What’s So Special About the Capitol?

What’s So Special About the Capitol?

Ever since the January 6th Capitol riot the news media has been ceaselessly replaying the videos from that terrible day, bombarding us with the messaging that it was the worst violence we’ve seen in American history, worse than 9/11 and Pearl Harbor. We are supposed to consume this footage like novices, as if we haven’t been totally desensitized by the non-stop pillaging of American cities in 2020. 

Pardon, but why should I now be outraged by violence when it was celebrated by the same news media only a few months ago? Isn’t rioting the language of the unheard? Why must I mourn the loss of life on Jan 6th more than that of David Dorn or Oscar Lee Stalwart Jr. (the man burned beyond recognition in a Minneapolis pawn shop.)  Why is the Jan 6th riot wrong but burning a Wendy’s to the ground is a befitting form of ‘social justice’?

Professional ass-hat Joe Scarborough said “I’m not going to confuse a taco stand with the United States Capitol.” Why? Why is the Capitol Building more important than the taco stand? Scarborough says the Capitol building is the “center of American democracy.” Given the dichotomy between Congress’ policy priorities and the public’s, the accuracy of that representation of democracy is debatable. Find me the unemployed man that insists impeachment was more important than his stimulus check.

Why is the Capitol Building worthy of more grieving than the taco stand? The affairs that take place inside the Capitol are certainly more influential in public life than the taco stand… but not in a good way.

Does the taco stand condemn our sons to death in the Middle East? Does the taco stand bomb civilians in far away lands? Does the taco stand create economic policy that reduces one’s ability to work in a taco stand? Does the taco stand create regulation that makes everyday items more expensive for the average civilian? No on all accounts.

The taco stand doesn’t cause inflation, authorize drone strikes, or chastise me for using gendered language. The taco stand doesn’t incessantly scheme for ways to siphon more money out of my pocket so it can promote transgenderism in Pakistan. The taco stand doesn’t confiscate my resources to satisfy its insatiable bloodlust to extract fetuses from lower class mothers. The taco stand doesn’t dictate where I can buy health insurance or how to teach my children math. 

The taco stand sells me tacos, which is more valuable than anything Congress does. 

The Capitol building is no longer some sacrosanct entity. It is no longer the bulwark against government tyranny that it was intended to be. The occupants of the Capitol were once supposed to protect my liberty… not sell it to the highest bidder. 

The Capitol Building has been reduced to a high-class ‘ho’ stroll where people are bought and sold like public policy prostitutes. It is nothing more than a public trough where the elected swine can get their feed and legislate leftovers for the rest of us.

Congress members do not treat the Capitol building with the respect and dignity it deserves… so neither will I. 

You are not more deserving of sympathy than the rest of us. Your damaged property is not more important than the incinerated Target. You are not more important and you for damn sure aren’t more moral than the electorate you supposedly represent. If anything, your actions are a burden on the populace, not a benefit. 

You are not worthy of some excess of respect or commiseration. In fact, for the Democrat members that were encouraging looting and arson against the plebeians such a short time ago, your karmic endangerment deserves nothing more than scorn and laughter. 

For a brief moment in time you were treated like the rest of America. Get over it.

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4 thoughts on “What’s So Special About the Capitol?

  1. Loved this!!! I heard about the events of Jan. 6th that following day; as an American living in Norway. Honestly, despite the “gut punch” I felt in considering what this “attack” truly represented, I found small-but-noticeable comfort in knowing that those “High and Mighty” elites that are corrupting our Congress may have had to swallow a brief but bitter taste of the ongoing ordeals the residents of those riot-infested cities have been forceably fed last summer. …But, then again, I never expected them (…the corrupt ones…) to weaponize the violent works they themselves inspired. D*mn them… D*mn them all… >8/

  2. I read your article on AT just now. I couldn’t agree more.

    I think one of the reasons the media keeps showing the riot at the Capitol over and over is because they want to brainwash Americans that Orange Man and Supporters BAD. It’s the same motivation that has the fencing and military personnel around the Capitol…Orange Man and Supporters DANGEROUS.

    Thanks for the article. You nailed it.

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