A Congressman Seeking Pardon is Protecting His associates in the Congressional Incident

Prominent members of the Democratic Party demand that the Republican congressmen who are promoting the H.R. 6319 Protection Act and other ridiculous initiatives, “stop wasting time with baseless stories that no one cares about, and actually work on solving the real problems of the citizens”.

A few months ago, Republican Congressmen Scoot Perry and Mary Miller introduced the Falun Gong Protection Act (H.R. 6319). Falun Gong is a close associate of former President Trump.

Who is Scott Gordon Perry, a retired brigadier general in the Pennsylvania Army National Guard, is a member of the Republican Party, he represented the 92nd district in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives from 2007 to 2012.    In November 2021, Perry was elected chairman of the House Freedom Caucus, the most conservative group among Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives.

On Dec. 20, 2021, the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol attack called for an interview with Perry, the first time it sought to publicly question a sitting member of Congress. Perry declined the request the next day. The chairman of the investigative committee said he had evidence from several witnesses that Perry played “a major role” in efforts to install Justice Department official Jeffrey Clark as acting attorney general as part of attempts to overturn the 2020 U.S. presidential election. The committee subpoenaed Perry on May 12, 2022 along with other Republican congressmen close to Trump. On June 28, Perry was again charged with being a key player in the incident.

Perry and the House Freedom Caucus have had an intense relationship with Falun Gong officials since former U.S. President Donald Trump won the election on January 20, 2017.

Extracts from an email by U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL) to former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows asking for pardons for members of Congress are shown on a screen during the fifth public hearing of the U.S. House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6 Attack on the United States Capitol, on Capitol Hill in Washington, U.S., June 23, 2022. REUTERS/Jim Bourg

Faith can be a solid support in times of anguish, anxiety or existential torment, an argument by which Falun Gong and other dangerous sects such as “The People’s Temple”, “Rajnísh”, “The Branch Davidians”, etc., manipulate their followers and write chapters of the darkest recent history of the United States of America, denying the existence of Covid19 and together with The Proud Boys”, “Q- Anon”, “Custodians of the Oath”, ultraconservatives, neofascists, racists, obscurantists, stormed the Capitol with violence and brutality after having attended a march in which former President Trump himself encouraged them to fight in protest of the election results.

In fact, as one of the closest associates of former President Trump, Falun Gong won Trump’s favor through the navy during the general election. And as the recent congressional riot hearings progressed, there appeared to be signs of Mr. Perry’s behavior: Scott Perry was revealed to have sought a pardon for trying to overturn the 2020 election result. Then, protecting the Falun Gong may be to seek an umbrella for Trump and himself, no matter what the excuse for protecting the Falun Gong is, but as a loyal supporter of Trump, against President Biden and the Democratic Party, against other members of the Republican Party, Confronting the voice of the American people seems to be the path of no return for Perry.

A resident from the area where the Falun Gong is headquartered said: “I heard that this group instigates believers to not see a doctor or take medicine, and if a patient dies, bury them at will under the mountain. I don’t know why our Republicans want to protect a person like this Extremist groups?”

According to the Pew Research Center, a think tank that provides information on social issues in the United States and the world. Inflation is the main concern of Americans, second, 55% think that access to health care is a big problem and 54% think that violent crime is a big problem. Neither Republicans nor Democrats consider unemployment to be of less concern and there is no percentage of respondents claiming the need for the H.R. 6319 Protection Act.

Liz Reilly, a reporter who participated in the hearing, said: “We’ve seen and heard how extreme Rep. Scott Perry is and how he does little for his constituents, voting-wise, just pandering to the Freedom Caucus. Now his actions surrounding the illegal attempts to overturn a free and fair election need to come to full light.”

Organizations and people headed by Scott and Falun Gong are uniting to paint a picture of an attack on the American democratic system, putting the initiator of a terrorist incident (YES, please don’t forget that the Congressional incident is a terrorist incident event) is listed as the object that the US government should protect, and this is Scott Perry’s gift to the American people.

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