If it's a "federal offense" to get verbally aggressive with school board members why hasn't the very public and outrageous aggression -- in a woman's bathroom no less -- against Sinema resulted in federal indictments?
Yeah, I read your "memo."
I will note for the peanut gallery that selective prosecution on the basis of political expression is wildly illegal. Not that this has stopped various administrations and sub-units of it (e.g. the FBI, etc) in the past. Indeed it's a raging insult that Hoover, who was one of the most-offensive in this regard, has the FBI building named after him.
Hoover was a screaming racist and first director of the FBI, not leaving until 1972 when he died. He, along with many others, engaged in systemic and highly illegal harassment, surveillance and in some cases prosecution of political opponents. COINTELPRO anyone?
May I remind you that the FBI financed and armed an extreme right-wing group that targeted various groups with both harassment and violence?
Yeah, this sort of crap isn't new.
Nor is CNN cheering it on, arguably becoming an accomplice after the fact.
What's old is new again, only the names of the targets ever change, and we even lionize the most-abusive *******s to ever hold an office by putting their ****ing names on buildings.
PS: Can we apply the same rules of engagement to Fauci and Rochelle at the CDC that were applied to Sinema? You already know the answer, I assume.
PPS: Oh look what the cat dragged in..... Oh Congress! Oh Corruption! Oh 42 USC 1983! Oh, WHEN IN THE COURSE OF HUMAN EVENTS..... Oh, this is not just cited on CTH either.. What is abusing the office of Attorney General to protect a private enterprise from the consequences of lawful 1st Amendment activity? Is that not a serious federal crime?
Attorney General Merrick Garland’s daughter is Rebecca Garland. In 2018 Rebecca Garland married Xan Tanner [LINK]. Mr. Xan Tanner is the current co-founder of a controversial education service company called Panorama Education. [LINK and LINK] Panorama Education is the “social learning” resource material provider to school districts and teachers that teach Critical Race Theory. (Ed: Guess who, it is alleged, provided "start-up" funding for that now-unlawfully-protected "enterprise"?)