'Media' lose interest in woman who smashed Capitol windows | FreePressers | freepressers.com

  • 06/27/2022
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'Media' lose interest in woman who smashed Capitol windows | FreePressers | freepressers.com
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On Jan. 6, 2021, Pennsylvania resident Rachel Powell used an ice axe to smash a window at the Capitol building. When the ice axe didn't entirely remove the window from its frame, Powell and an unidentified male used a battering ram "that just happens to be lying near the Capitol windows and slam it into the windows of the Capitol as several bystanders watch or look away," a report noted.

Powell's actions were caught on video. She turned herself in to the FBI in early February 2021. She was charged with obstruction, depredation of government property, entering a restricted building, entering a restricted building with a dangerous weapon, and violent entry.

"There are several red flags surrounding Rachel’s case, beginning with her arrest, short-lived imprisonment in PA, her release from prison, and subsequent 475-day house arrest in the comfort of her home, while so many men who committed lesser crimes are still serving pre-trial time in solitary confinement and living in deplorable conditions," The Gateway Pundit's Patty McMurray noted in a June 25 analysis.

"Leftists on social media begged and pleaded with the January 6th Witch Hunt Committee to call Rachel Powell in to testify in front of the committee, but like Ray Epps, the committee and the dishonest media that were all over the story of Rachel Powell initially, have lost interest into one of the most high-profile 'insurrectionists' of January 6th," McMurray added.
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