I've identified a unifier for Americans. Just one man. Someone who can unite all sexes, races and those who love that country. Someone all Americans can happily get behind.......get behind in order to push into a deep dark hole, never to be seen again.
His name is Ray Epps.
There is video evidence on both the 5th and 6th in Washington of him encouraging and inciting the crowd, directing those around him to not only march on the Capitol but that they must enter the Capitol, to go "into" it.
Democrats: You think this man is traitorous, encouraging a mob to desecrate not only the Capitol building but democracy itself. He is scum and deserves no pity.
Republicans: This man was there to cause trouble and was no true supporter or representative of the people there that day. He encouraged others, agitating the crowd to invade the Capitol building which is an affront to our Constitution and he should face full consequences under law. Cannot defend his actions.
Independant's: An ugly day, he was exciting things. He should go down if anyone does.
So, is Ray Epps someone everyone can get behind in order to push him into the abyss?
Ray Epps, the Trump supporter who was swept up in one of the most persistent right-wing conspiracy theories connected to the events of Jan. 6, 2021, pleaded guilty on Wednesday to a single misdemeanor charge for his role in the attack on the Capitol.
The 20-minute plea hearing, conducted by video in Federal District Court in Washington, came one day after the Justice Department charged Mr. Epps with disrupting the orderly conduct of government business by entering a restricted area on the Capitol grounds on Jan. 6.
Prosecutors said at the hearing that aside from breaching the barricades outside the Capitol, Mr. Epps placed his hands on a giant Trump sign that the mob used as a battering ram against the police.
Mr. Epps will face a maximum of one year in prison when he is sentenced in December.
Mr. Epps, a former Marine and wedding venue owner who voted twice for Donald J. Trump, became the unlikely focus of a conspiracy theory promoted on Fox News and by right-wing commentators. It held that he had been a covert government asset who helped instigate the riot as a way of discrediting Trump supporters.
Dude, there are a lot of Republicans that don't think the insurrectionists did anything wrong. My uncle, and many others, don't even think there was an insurrection. Many of them want pardons for those traitors. Why would those people have a problem with Epps? We're not dealing with rational or intelligent people.