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Modern Day Brown Shirts At It Again: : Michigan Senate Majority Leader Stated Capitol Takeover Was ‘Staged’ And A ‘Hoax’ in Secretly Recorded Conversation
“Accuse the other side of that which you are guilty.” -Joseph Goebbels
No matter how many times I try to show the people in this country the guilty party when seeing these false flag attacks on them, they want to act daff in giving the guilty party another pass to attack them again on another day. This happens to people who refuse to learn from history and apply a little common sense (Hosea 4:6).
The modern-day brown shirts are sent in to create chaos only to bring in a new order. Who profits from the crisis? (Jeremiah 11:9)
It reminds me of SS officer Joseph Mengele (Angel of Death) under Adolph Hitler and his Third Reich when he said, "The more that we do to you, the less you seem to believe we are doing it” (John 8:44, 10:10).
To prove the point, we have the Michigan State Senate Majority Leader who blurts out the truth in his confusion.
The Gateway Pundit reported:
Michigan State Senate Majority Leader Mike Shirkey was caught on camera telling officials from the Hillsdale County Republican Party that the Capitol takeover was “staged” and a “hoax.”
“It was all staged,” Shirkey says during the secretly recorded lunch meeting on Feb. 3.
During the conversation, Shirkey says that the January 6 protest “wasn’t Trump people.”
“That’s been a hoax from day one, that was all pre-arranged,” Shirkey adds, asserting that the people “went in on separate buses, that was all arranged by somebody that was funding everyone.”
“Why wasn’t there more security? It was ridiculous, it was all staged,” he continued.
Shirkey issued an apology for his comments in a statement released on Tuesday.
“I said some things in a videoed conversation that are not fitting for the role I am privileged to serve,” the statement said. “I own that. I have many flaws. Being passionate coupled with an occasional lapse in restraint of tongue are at least two of them.”
In a subsequent statement, Shirkey added that “I frankly don’t take back any of the points I was trying to make.”
“Some of the words I chose I do regret,” he said.
The Hillsdale County Republican Party voted 14-5 to censure Shirkey on Monday for not standing up to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on lockdowns and supporting a ban on the open carrying firearms at the state Capitol “when no violent attack with firearms has ever taken place.”
The party is also upset with Shirkey for calling armed protesters who stormed the state Capitol in April “a bunch of jackasses.”
Conclusion: For Americans to simply look the other way and suggest that this was somehow a mishap or that government could never do such a thing, they better look to their history, as well as to the history of global governments to understand that much of this is conspired within government agencies to carry out these staged events to bring about the political ends which they hope will transpire in the end (Ephesians 4:14). It would be good for us all to learn from the lessons of the past, so they do not repeat themselves in the future (Jeremiah 6:16).