“What’s the use of being a good guy?”

GOP arsonist Sarah Palin said on Tuesday Prison sentences recently imposed on insurgents In the attack on the Capitol on January 6, 2021, “the good guy makes you think, ‘What’s the use of being a good guy?'” (Check out the video below.)

The interview with news max‘S Eric Bolling Heavily downplayed the prominent roles of Proud Boys gang members Zachary Rehl, Joe Biggs and Ethan Nordean. All received double-digit sentences after being convicted of seditious conspiracy to plan, promote and orchestrate the siege.

Bolling called their participation “non-violent” and said they “could easily have been charged with trespassing or vandalism.” He also spoke of the Christmases they will miss with their families.

Palin — a former Alaskan governor, 2008 vice presidential nominee, and youngest loser in one Offer endorsed by Donald Trump for the House of Representatives – repeated the Conservatives’ whitewashing of the attempted coup as an example of a biased justice system.

“It’s so disheartening, the examples you gave Eric,” Palin replied. “It’s causing people to lose a lot of their trust in our government, and that’s an understatement. Unfortunately, if we look at the examples you just gave, which are the two tiers of different justice systems that apply depending on politics, it leads the good guy to think, “What’s the use of being a good guy?” We’re being punished ‘You know, we get teased, that’s who we are in this system.’”

On Tuesday, former Proud Boys chairman Enrique Tarrio was sentenced to 22 years in prison for his crucial role in overseeing the operation. He told the court he had “abandoned” his family.

The uprising sought to prevent certification of President Joe Biden’s 2020 victory to keep Trump in power. Two of the four charges Trump now faces relate to his role in alleged election interference and conspiracy to overturn the election results.



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