On Tuesday, Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) stood on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives and took a stand against the inhumane treatment that is being dealt to the protestors of the Capitol Hill riot.
Accompanied by Representatives Paul Gosar (R-AZ), Louie Gohmert (R-TX), and Matt Gaetz (R-FL), Greene detailed how the supposed rioters are being ridiculed, abused, and mocked for not only their political stance but for the color of their skin.
There are even reports about defendants being held in isolation and being indoctrinated.
Releasing a report called, “Cruel and Unusual,” Greene stated, “I do not think it’s good for anyone in prison to have to read Nation of Islam newspapers and that be one of the only publications they have,” she also added that some inmates were handed “curriculum that informs them, because of the color of their skin they are being treated this way.”
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They’ve been denied basic human rights, like to clip their nails. Some of these prisoners, Greene noted, have never committed a crime in their lives.
Even in the courtroom, January 6 defendants are being mistreated as Greene revealed, “public defenders call [the defendants] white supremacists and tell them they have to denounce President [Donald] Trump, tell them they have to denounce their political views, want them to watch videos and read books that basically is critical race theory training.”
Although Greene admitted the Capitol Hill riot “shocked” her, it was hearing the defendants speak about the injustice taking place that scared her. “I think there’s a big political bias playing in the courts here and in Washington, D.C. – especially with the public defenders. The January 6 defendants that I spoke to and asked questions to in the jail said that they if they have a public defender, they said their public defenders hate them.”
Congressmen have also been denied entry into the prison to tour the location, which is not a normal circumstance.
Greene was also sure to point out that while over 400 protestors have been charged for the January 6th riot, most of the charges against looters and rioters of Black Lives Matter have been dropped.