Siege of Capitol by White mob met little resistance.

— Robin Harris
Co-Chair, Green Party of Florida
January 6, 2021

Rioting.  Looting.  Broken glass.  Disrespect to media and cops.  It wasn’t Black Lives Matters protesters or anarchists.  This was the scene at and in the Capitol on Wednesday afternoon.  MAGA protesters stormed the Capitol and walked right in.  One MAGA supporter walked into the Chambers and announced that Trump had won the election!  Another rioter went to Nancy Pelosi’s office and put his feet on her desk to declare the same.

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Fla. Gov. Ron DeSantis would return state to Lynch Law Days.

Florida law through the centuries.

Between 1882 and 1930, African Americans were more likely to be lynched in Florida than in any other state.  With less than a month before 2021 cycles in, Ron DeSantis plans to keep this lynching legacy alive.  The Combatting Violence, Disorder and Looting and Law Enforcement Protection Act is the Governor’s imperialistic and racist package to stop public assemblies and protect law enforcement.

If you read the outline of this horrific bill, you will see that its historic manipulative flare cannot be ignored.

https://www.flgov.com/2020/09/21/governor-ron-desantis-announces-the-combatting-violence-disorder-and-looting-and-law-enforcement-protection-act/

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Florida’s Brevard County: Police Murder and Police Lie

While most of Amerikkka is debating failed politics, Quasheda Pierce and Tasha Strachan are mourning the loss of their sons.  A.J. Crooms and Sincere Pierce, both Black, were both executed by a killer cop who has been documented for instances of violence between him and his wife (who is a detective with the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office), at least once in front of their young child, as well as threatening to kill a man with whom his wife was reportedly having an affair.  Deputy Jafet Santiago-Miranda, of the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office (BCSO), shot into the vehicle the teens occupied and murdered them.  Afterward, it was determined that this horrific event was the result of mistaken identity, the Sheriff’s office rationalizing that the deputies thought the vehicle they were driving may have been stolen and that they may have fled the scene of an earlier traffic stop.

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