The Department of Justice is out of control.
And their thirst for power has become a lethal force.
And now Joe Biden’s DOJ has claimed yet another life in its deadly war on conservatives.
Chicago Democrat boss Rahm Emmanuel said it best, “Never let a serious crisis go to waste.”
And the left lives that to the fullest.
While January 6 was certainly not an insurrection or a violent revolution, and arguably not even a riot, it was in many ways a crisis.
Certainly, it was a crisis for Joe Biden, Nancy Pelosi and the left as it became clear that security measures were ignored in an effort to try and entrap protestors.
The Deep State also infiltrated the pro-Trump protest with FBI agents and informants, Antifa and BLM terrorists, and others who foment violence.
And now that more video footage is coming out from that day, we know that Capitol Hill police not only murdered Ashli Babbitt in cold blood, but very likely murdered at least one other unarmed woman by brutally beating her to death.
And they also attempted to murder at least one other unarmed protestor by throwing him off a balcony.
All of this after we saw them actually open the doors for the protestors to gain entry into the U.S. Capitol.
And then, when all was said and done, they began hunting down people who had entered the Capitol that day and throwing them in prison.
They became America’s political prisoners.
Most of them did nothing wrong other than trespass, or maybe carry a podium around.
Far less than Antifa and BLM’s “mostly peaceful” protests where they burned down city blocks, raped, maimed, and even murdered. And they didn’t even get jail time.
No, the people in the U.S. Capitol that day were more like Matthew Perna.
The 37-year-old Pennsylvania man was there to hear President Trump speak. Afterwards he walked through an open door on the Senate side of the Capitol.
He entered through the very door where Capitol police, shown on surveillance video, stood by as hundreds of Americans entered.
Perna, wearing a “Make America Great Again” sweatshirt, walked around the Capitol, took a few pictures (he never even left the velvet roped-off walkway) and then left after about 20 minutes.
But less than two weeks later, Perna got caught up in what a former top U.S. prosecutor called a “shock and awe” campaign to round up Trump supporters.
Perna, no criminal at all, after he discovered his picture on the FBI’s most wanted list for January 6, immediately contacted his local FBI office and voluntarily submitted to questioning.
Then on January 18, despite his cooperation and no evidence of any actual wrongdoing, six FBI agents arrested Perna at his home.
From that point on his life became a nightmare. Perna was indicted by a grand jury in February 2021 on four counts, including obstruction of an official proceeding and trespassing misdemeanors.
After more than a year of legal and public torture, Perna saw no way out.
On Friday February 25, 2022, Matthew Perna hung himself in his garage.
“They broke him, they mentally broke him,” his aunt, Geri Perna, said through tears and deep sobs.
“He had run out of hope. I know he couldn’t take it anymore.”
His death came after the government prosecutor announced he would be delaying Perna’s sentencing yet again, even though Perna had agreed to a plea deal back in late 2021.
The government’s tactics are the tactics of an evil, jack-booted regime hellbent on the destruction of a segment of society they don’t agree with.
And those tactics are deadly.