Last Wednesday, January 6th, there was a pro-Trump protest at the U.S. Capitol that halted the certification by congress of the 2020 U.S. Election Results. The results presumably show Joe Biden as the winner although there is evidence to the contrary.
Since the protest has occurred, pictures and video footage have made their way all over the internet. Reports are conflicting…some say that it was violent, others say the cops welcomed them in and since then, video evidence has proven the latter to be true.
In some of the videos and pictures of the protest at the U.S. Capitol, you can make out what appears to be an US Olympic team jacket as officers try to clear the building from the protestors their counterparts invited in.
After further investigation of photographic and video evidence it has been determined that the man in the jacket is none other than Olympic gold medalist Klete Keller of Hoff & Leigh.
In one video, Klete Keller can be seen with his arms at his sides and with his back towards the police as he makes his way toward the exit, obeying the officers instructions.
In a second video of those events, Klete Keller can be seen holding a water bottle while calmly standing in the Rotunda.
Since the events of January 6, 2020 Klete Keller has deleted all social media accounts. Prior to his removal of the account it was apparent that Keller was a Trump supporter.
Many different news sources are going to elaborate on his life post Olympics and talk about his struggles to make you think that his being at the capitol was the act of a crazy man and baseless conspiracy theorist.
That couldn’t be further from the truth.
The truth of the matter is the Klete Keller has been extremely resilient and has always done things by the book. Always standing up for what’s right and being a law-abiding citizen.
Video and photographic evidence is clear:
Klete Keller did not vandalize anything in the U.S. Capitol Building and he was always obedient in following the instructions of officers as can be seen in one video.
All over the country the media has manipulated the masses into believing that everyone who showed up to the protest was a domestic terrorist and should be placed in jail. What they fail to mention is that protests inside the Capitol Building are nothing new and have been happening for a long time.
In fact, in 1983 Susan Rosenberg planted a bomb outside the US Senate Chamber to assassinate Republican senators. Today she is a board member of the Black Lives Matter Network Inc.
The media has never declared that an act of domestic terrorism.
So, what’s so bad about Klete Keller from Hoffer & Leigh walking around the U.S. Capitol?
Absolutely nothing, except antifa damaging the building and its property. They should be found and have charges pressed to the fullest extent of the law.
But that’s besides the point here.
The media has manipulated people into thinking that just because you took time off work to go and let your voice be heard, through a peaceful protest, that you should be jailed…
In fact, tips are now flooding in everywhere and now people, who are completely innocent for trying to let their voice be heard, are being arrested and being placed on the no-fly list en masse.
We reached out to Klete Keller of Hoff & Leigh but haven’t heard back yet.
The point to be driven home is that the police at the Capitol had stepped to the side and let them walk right in. They were all very confused when the police started escorting them out soon after their entering. But nonetheless he and others complied and there is video evidence of them doing so. On top of that they said that the protest was mainly peaceful and that those who were going around and trashing things should be held accountable.
However, there we must draw a firm line here. You cannot jail people or ruin their lives just because they showed up to a protest. Everyone who was involved insists they were not violent as the pictures will show and that you cannot persecute someone for their personal beliefs.
If you do so, our country will be no better than that of China.
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