Trump records special video message for J6 prisoners being ‘tormented,’ treated ‘very, very unfairly’

Former President Donald J. Trump said that those who have been imprisoned for their role in the chaos at the Capitol on January 6, 2021, have been treated “very, very unfairly” by a government that has been weaponized against them.

In a video recorded at Mar-a-Lago for a group that raises money to help with the legal defense of the Biden regime’s political prisoners, Trump pledged to “get to the bottom of it” in his special message to the Patriot Freedom Project’s holiday-themed open house this week.

‘Patriot freedom is what it’s about and that’s not happening in our country. What they’ve done to torment people and go after people, like never before, I don’t think anything like this has ever happened in our country before, certainly not to this extent,’ Trump began.

(Video: Rumble)

“And you look at other groups which have done terrible things and virtually nothing happened to them,” he said, referring to Antifa and Black Lives Matter, groups that went on a destructive rampage during the summer of 2020 as the DOJ took a hands-off approach.

“So it’s a very unfair situation and we’re going to be, as you know, looking about it and talking about it very, very strongly in the coming weeks, months and over the next period of a year, year and a half during the campaign,” he added.

“People have been treated unconstitutionally, in my opinion, and very, very unfairly, and we’re going to get to the bottom of it,” the ex-POTUS vowed. “And you know what I’ve said, I take it very seriously, I have never seen anything like it at all levels.”

“It’s the weaponization of the Department of Justice and we can’t let this happen in our country,” said the man who has been targeted by Attorney General Merrick Garland who dialed up the unprecedented FBI raid on his South Florida residence this summer.

“And we can’t let this happen in our country because our country is going – not socialist, they’ve skipped over that, they skipped over socialism – our country is going communist,” Trump said. “This is what happens and we can’t let it happen, we have to stop it.”

“So I want to thank everybody for working so hard, I know how hard you’re working to get justice for people that are imprisoned right now and people that are being tormented,” he concluded. “We can’t let it happen. We’re going to stop it. We’re going to win.”

Trump’s message as the detention of those who were rounded up after the so-called “insurrection” drags on as they suffer under deplorable conditions in a special D.C. jail where they are mistreated, deprived of basic human rights and beaten, something that would be expected in a communist Chinese gulag and not the United States of America.

The former president, who officially declared his 2024 candidacy last month, has previously suggested that he would grant pardons to the January 6 political prisoners if elected.

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Chris Donaldson


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