Bill Barr Wants To Charge Protestors With Conspiring To Overthrow The Government

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Published on 18 Sep 2020, 19:00
According to Attorney General Bill Barr, charging protestors with sedition is within the realm of possibility. This means that protestors could face charges of attempting to overthrow the government of the United States, which would obviously result in a much harsher prison sentence than a simple vandalism charge. Ring of Fire's Farron Cousins explains what's happening.

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*This transcript was generated by a third-party transcription software company, so please excuse any typos.

Last week attorney general William Barr, um, actually had a conference call with, um, us attorneys from across the country. And what he did was he explained to these us attorneys, what kind of tools they had at their disposal to deal with rioters and protesters in their areas. And one of the things he told them they could do was charged these people with sedition. Now, for those of you who are not familiar with sedition, let me go ahead and boil it down to its most basic tenant. Sedition is essentially the charge that William Barr wants them to use it for conspiracy to overthrow the United States government. Now, let me ask you, even in some of the most violent or some of the most bizarre footage we have seen from some of these protests that turned violent over the last few months, have you seen anybody actually trying to legitimately attempt to overthrow the United States government?

Have you seen anything resembling that at all? Because I haven't and I've, I've watched a lot of the footage. I mean, admittedly, I haven't been on the ground there, but I'm willing to say that these people were not by breaking windows in a shop legitimately trying to overthrow the government because if they were, then they've gotta be the dumbest people in the world because that's not how you overthrow a government, you know, smashing a couple of windows at a big box store. Doesn't exactly hurt the federal government itself. Right? So I'm, I'm not sure how that works, but, but trust me, bill BARR, obviously a much better legal mind than I am. He knows exactly how that amounts to conspiracy, to overthrow the United States government. Here's the actual, uh, seditious conspiracy statute that William Barr wants them to use 18 us code section 23, 84. Here it is.

If two or more persons in any state or territory or in any place subject to the jurisdiction of the United States can aspire to overthrow put down or to destroy by force the government of the United States or to levy war against them or to oppose by force the authority thereof or by force to prevent hinder or delay the execution of any law of the United States or by force to seize take or possess any property of the United States, contrary to the authority thereof. They shall each be fined under this title or imprisoned, not more than 20 years or both. Now I know some people are going to say, Oh, I see some of the other person. No you don't. You really don't. You really don't nothing that I just read out of the statute other than, you know, to oppose by force the authority thereof. However, okay. That could be the only one you could construe the rest of them. No total BS. It's going to get thrown out. However that one also can be thrown out because you could easily make the argument that the force that is being used against these rioters is actually excessive.
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