America’s Bastille.

A special prison, formerly unused, is being purposed to ‘detain’ the January 6th Capital ‘Rioters’.

But in all their extensive coverage of the fallout of the “insurrection,” most of the national media refuses to report on the atrocious living conditions to which some of the roughly 300 rioters who were arrested have been subjected as they await their sentencing from D.C. prison cells.

As recently reported in Just the News, not far from the Capitol, 1,500 inmates are confined to prison cells 22 hours a day. Up until a few weeks ago, it was 23 hours a day. Many, if not all, of the inmates who were involved in the January 6 riots have been placed in “restrictive housing” and have been relegated to “maximum-security” conditions.

These are mostly men and women that have NO previous criminal records. Many are working stiffs torn from their lives and no longer able to provide for their families.

And the one politician that is raising his voice baring these injustices before the world?  Vladimir Putin.

I seriously believe that the current government of this country wants a revolution.  They should be careful about what they wish for.

 

About On the North River

Forty years toiled in the Tel-com industry, married for 36 years widowed at sixty-one. New girlfriend at sixty-five. Was a Tea Party supporter. Today a follower of the Last American President to be honestly elected, Donald J. Trump.
This entry was posted in 2021, All the News not fit to print., Civil War, Patriots, Time to talk a little treason. Bookmark the permalink.

2 Responses to America’s Bastille.

  1. David J. Barrus says:

    Do you remember when AOC said, “Remember what they did. We should not allow the following groups of people to profit from their experience: Those who elected him. Those who staffed his government. Those who funded him.”

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  2. It’s been a while since I ran a poll.
    Which method of execution for the Biden/Harris administration do you prefer: Hanging, shooting or the Guillotine?

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