Right-Wing Pundit's Attempt To Whitewash The Capitol Insurrection Backfires
Conservative commentator Dinesh D’Souza made critics shake their heads on Monday after trying to cover up the January 6 uprising in the U.S. Capitol.
D’Souza, a convicted felon who was pardoned by former President Donald Trump in 2018, tweeted a widespread picture of the uprising showing a man carrying the parliamentary lectern.
“Does that look like a riot? A rebellion? A coup attempt? "he asked." If it doesn't walk like a duck or talk like a duck, it's probably not a duck. "
This man, Adam Christian Johnson, was arrested in January on charges of entering a restricted building or compound without legitimate authority, theft of state property, and forced entry and disorderly behavior on the Capitol grounds. He was one of hundreds charged with the violent attack on the Capitol that was led by a pro-Trump mob that resulted in five deaths.
D’Souza did not mention the huge inventory of images showing these rioters storming the building, smashing property, attacking police and threatening to harm elected officials.
D’Souza pleaded guilty to a 2012 financial finance fraud for making an illegal donation to a Republican Senate candidate. He is known for making abusive, shocking, and racist comments, including mocking survivors of school shootings and defending Adolf Hitler.
He was criticized by Twitter users on Monday for saying that insurgents are not insurgents just because they smiled and waved.
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