11 Right-Wing Oath Keepers Charged With Seditious Acts Over Jan. 6 Plot

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'For a whole year after the insurrection at the Capitol, we heard from countless Republicans who downplayed the seriousness of what took place on #Jan6th because no one was being changed with sedition,' said Rep. Ilhan Omar. 'Maybe their rhetoric will ...

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'For a whole year after the insurrection at the Capitol, we heard from countless Republicans who downplayed the seriousness of what took place on Jan6th because no one was being changed with sedition,' said Rep. Ilhan Omar. 'Maybe their rhetoric will ...

\u0022For a whole year after the insurrection at the Capitol, we heard from countless Republicans who downplayed the seriousness of what took place on #Jan6th because no one was being changed with sedition,\u0022 said Rep. Ilhan Omar. \u0022Maybe their rhetoric will change now.\u0022

Andrea GermanosJanuary 13, 2022Eleven members of the so-called"Oath Keepers"—including the right-wing extremist group's leader—have been charged with seditious conspiracy for actions related to the January 6, 2021 assault on the U.S. Capitol.

The Department of Justiceunsealedthe indictment Thursday a day after it was handed down by a grand jury.The indictment states that Oath Keepers leader and former Army paratrooper Stewart Rhodes and others conspired"to oppose by force the lawful transfer of presidential power."

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Oath Keepers Head Charged With Jan. 6 Seditious ConspiracyStewart Rhodes, the founder and leader of the far-right Oath Keepers militia group, has been arrested and charged with seditious conspiracy in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol

Oath Keepers founder charged with seditious conspiracy in Capitol riotStewart Rhodes, the founder and leader of the far-right Oath Keepers militia group, has been arrested and charged with seditious conspiracy in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.

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FBI arrests Oath Keepers leader on charge of seditious conspiracy involving Jan. 6 attackThe FBI has arrested the leader of the Oath Keepers militia group and several other members on charges of seditious conspiracy involving the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol. Those that entered the Capital on January 6th are no better than people walking into a store after a smash and grab to pick up leftovers! Do stupid shit, win stupid prizes! Are they the ones who were standing behind the FBI instigators?

Oath Keepers Founder Arrested over Planning 'Seditious Conspiracy' in Jan. 6 InsurrectionStewart Rhodes, the group’s founder, is facing charges over his role in planning “to stop the lawful transfer of presidential power” RSPolitics Who funded and who was he talking to leading up to the insurrection. He probably didn’t see it coming.

Oath Keepers leader charged with 'seditious conspiracy' for role in US Capitol breach | EngadgetThe Oath Keepers' founder and others have been charged over the US Capitol breach, but they had already faced online repercussions for months.. 5 years plus? Give me technology news. Not fake news Good. Now do Trump and his cohorts.

"For a whole year after the insurrection at the Capitol, we heard from countless Republicans who downplayed the seriousness of what took place on #Jan6th because no one was being changed with sedition," said Rep.‘It's Not Over': With Deadline Ahead, Harris Reiterates Resolve for Passing Voting Rights Bill The arrest of Rhodes and the others is a serious escalation of the accusations against the thousands of rioters who stormed the Capitol.Despite hundreds of charges already brought in the year since pro-Trump rioters stormed the Capitol in an effort to stop the certification of President Joe Biden's 2020 election victory, these were the first seditious conspiracy charges levied in connection with the attack on Jan.Unfortunately, our website is currently unavailable in your country.

Ilhan Omar."Maybe their rhetoric will change now. 6 insurrection, arguing that since no one had been charged yet with sedition or treason, it could not have been so violent." Andrea Germanos January 13, 2022 Eleven members of the so-called"Oath Keepers"—including the right-wing extremist group's leader—have been charged with seditious conspiracy for actions related to the January 6, 2021 assault on the U. The charges rebut, in part, the growing chorus of Republican lawmakers who have publicly challenged the seriousness of the insurrection, arguing that since no one had been charged yet with sedition or treason, it could not have been so violent.S. 6 but is accused of helping put into motion the violence that disrupted the certification of the vote. Capitol.

The Department of Justice unsealed the indictment Thursday a day after it was handed down by a grand jury. 6, when rioters stormed past police barriers and smashed windows, injuring dozens of officers and sending lawmakers running. And on Jan. The indictment states that Oath Keepers leader and former Army paratrooper Stewart Rhodes and others conspired"to oppose by force the lawful transfer of presidential power." It cites a message on the encrypted application Signal two days after President Joe Biden won the 2020 election in which Rhodes wrote: "We aren't getting through this without a civil war. The first “stack” split up inside the building to separately go after the House and Senate. Too late for that. Days before the attack, one defendant suggested in a text message getting a boat to ferry weapons across the Potomac River to their "waiting arms," prosecutors say. Prepare your mind, body, spirit. Outside Washington, the indictment alleges, the Oath Keepers had stationed two “quick reaction forces” that had guns “in support of their plot to stop the lawful transfer of power.

" Rhodes and others associated with the Oath Keepers used encrypted and private communications for their efforts to recruit and mobilize others, including"trainings to teach and learn paramilitary combat tactics; bringing and contributing paramilitary gear, weapons, and supplies," authorities said. Rhodes was arrested Thursday, as was Edward Vallejo, who is identified as a"quick reaction force" leader in the indictment. “He has been subject to a lot of suspicion to why he wasn’t indicted,” so far in the Jan. Capitol Building on Jan. QRF teams, according to the indictment,"were prepared to rapidly transport firearms and other weapons into Washington, D.C. “I don’t know if this is in response to those discussions, but we do think it’s unfortunate." to support the Oath Keepers' operations that day. 6, several members, wearing camouflaged combat attire, were seen on camera shouldering their way through the crowd and into the Capitol in a military-style stack formation, authorities say.

While those two men were arrested for the first time related to the Capitol attack, the other nine people named in the indictment were previously charged, and now face the sedition conspiracy charges.” Moseley said Rhodes was supposed to testify before the House committee investigating the Jan. Other charges listed against the Oath Keepers in the new indictment include conspiracy to obstruct an official proceeding, destruction of government property, and conspiracy to prevent an officer from discharging any duties. Rhodes' arrest, the . He was talking to Rhodes on the phone about the committee when Rhodes was contacted by the FBI. The second stack confronted officers inside the Capitol Rotunda, the indictment said.