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      The husband of a US Congresswoman from Illinois (who infamously said “Hitler was right) participated in the Insurrection. he is a 3% (he denies that even with a sticker on his truck) and a GOP Party member

      Only know because of the “Sedition Hunters” on twitter pouring over images

      add to this the recent revelation that Marjorie Greene’s associate was in regular contact with her during and around the insurrection . . .

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      Here’s the full story on the husband and the US Congresswoman

      Several members of U.S. Congress have ties (of varying degrees) to the groups or ideologies involved in the January 6th insurrection attempt. Now one Congresswoman turns out to be married to the owner of a vehicle emblazoned with far-right militia imagery, that was at the Capitol that day. Unsurprisingly, it’s the same Congresswoman who declared “Hitler was right” in a video on the grounds during the protests before the attack.

      The Daily Beast reported the bombshell news that a truck bearing a logo for the 3 Percenters — a far right militia that opposes government, named, according to the Southern Poverty Law Center for a belief that only 3% of colonists fought against British rule — belongs to the husband of newly-elected Representative Mary Miller (R-IL).

      The information came via Twitter users who pored over images and videos from the day, picking out individuals and vehicles and working to identify them. In the image below, the truck in question has a 3 Percenter logo in the rear window, and with a plate registered in Illinois with an image of the Capitol building — identifying an owner who is an Illinois politician.

      Rep Miller’s husband, Chris, who is a Representative at the state level himself, admitted that the truck was his, but claimed ignorance about the sticker, insisting that he had festooned his vehicle with the logo of a far-right militia group without ever first finding out what it was.

      It’s not clear whether Rep. Mary Miller was using the truck that day, or whether her husband was in attendance at the Capitol.

      However, Rep. Miller was on hand the day before, when she was caught on video telling a crowd at a Mothers for America rally that Hitler had at least one thing right. You can even hear her identify herself before the bizarre pronouncement — “They said Mary, we need you because you represent the family….Hitler was right on one thing: he said whoever has the youth, has the future.”

      CONGRESS CANNOT INVESTIGATE ITSELF ON THIS ISSUE, OBVIOUSLY

      THE ONLY HOPE IS THE FBI AND MERRICK GARLAND

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      and its not just the fringe. 140+ GOP Congress supported the Big Lie and the the insurrection and now this

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      The looniest wing of the loons is . . well . . angry

      “As fractures emerge among Proud Boys, experts warn of a shift toward extremist violence”

      “”One thing that was made apparent by the insurrection is there is this growing anti-democratic far-right bloc that is willing to use violence and force to push their views,” she said. “We’re seeing a shift back to what the Proud Boys have been practicing for a long time.””

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