Everyone is entitled to defend themselves against criminal prosecution and they can use any (legal) defense strategy in the process.I think seizing upon the talking points of the opposition as a defense is a smart move. OTOH I don't respect anyone who blames others for their own decisions. You don't see the political protesters from the left who volunteer to get arrested for passive resistance try and defer blame. They go along peacefully and plead guilty and pay their fines. On that basis I respect them for that much.
IMO, every single one of the "Stop the Steal" protesters who stepped off the curb and crossed the line gets what they get. Fck 'em. I just hope the prosecutors in DC don't do what the prosecutors in Seattle and Portland have been doing with those protesters by dropping charges.
godlikeproductions.comHmm, that's a clever and cunning move. However, I don't trust or support any of them. I'm not sure I can trust government agencies at all, because who knows if they are all fair? That they are all looking out for the good of the people? Hmm, I'm not so sure about that. Sometimes I think there can be a lot of "white collar" in every move by a high ranking official. After reading this article https://www.hg.org/legal-articles/4-faqs-about-white-collar-crime-presented-by-nyc-criminal-defense-lawyer-dr-nick-oberheiden-62235, I realized how easy it is for them to lie to us. Can you recommend any site where you can find more information like this?