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Tag: Ari Adler
I guess we are not really facing the same thing.
Reports of the invasion by students and other bit actors at the capitol yesterday, arrived with rumors that they were hired with potato salad sandwiches and promises of an extra bag of chips if they succeeded in holding the fort overnight. Labor wishes to generate the kind of destructive element made possible by police capitulation in Wisconsin over the last month. The destruction that likely cost the state of Wisconsin over $300,000.
The glue, tape and posters are gone from the Capitol building in Madison. Despite original estimates that it would cost $7.5 million to remove and repair damage from the displays, it now appears the cost will be roughly $350,000.
Lansing has a little different story.
Though some of the same mindset is present, there appears to be a different tone of civility, and apparently OUR police are doing their jobs.
All 11 arrested will be charged with misdemeanor trespassing, according to State Police Capt. Gary Nix. One person additionally faces felony charges for allegedly breaking into the Capitol through a bathroom window and allegedly assaulting a police officer.
And we also have some competent representation for our legislators. ~ Below
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