Say Their Names! Free the J6 Protestors - Remembering the Lost Lives of The J6 Prisoners!
We are fast approaching the three-year anniversary of the January 6 Protests. Since these protests, the government, with the help of FBI and other law enforcement, has unrelentingly harassed, imprisoned, and stripped the rights away from the J6 protestors. With the election of Speaker Johnson, who has released a statement confirming his intentions to release the J6 footage, we are getting closer to justice for these wrongfully prosecuted patriots. Congress needs to liberate the J6 protestors and protect their rights, putting an end to their political imprisonment, SAY Their Names!
On January 6, a protest took place in which many Americans exercised their right to peacefully protest and assemble at the Capitol. In turn, they were arrested as political prisoners. Our Constitution guarantees that we have the right to peacefully protest and assemble, so why is it that numerous J6 protestors are being held as political prisoners, waiting for justice? 
It has been over two and a half years since the protests took place, and some protestors have spent over a thousand days languishing in prison, waiting for a court date and justice that has not come under the current administration.
As we have reported before, in October, reports from several defense attorneys representing January 6 defendants revealed that potential jurors are being recalled or "recycled."
After the jury selection for Zachary Alam's trial, defense attorneys discovered that their potential jury pool consisted of jurors who had been excused the week before.
Additionally, The Gateway Pundit, who spent hours discussing this peculiar jury selection with Metcalf, found that Metcalf asked each potential juror, whom he was allowed to vet, whether they recognized anyone else in the room. Dozens of potential jurors answered in the affirmative, referencing other individuals they had seen at the federal courthouse just a week earlier when they were dismissed from jury duty in other J6 cases.
Reusing jurors isn't the only failure of the courts, many J6 protestors turned political prisoners are receiving the harshest sentencing possible. Livelihoods destroyed, families torn apart, the mental toll of languishing in prison… and for what, because American citizens exercised their 1st amendment right? Free these fearless Americans, free the J6 Protestors! 
What has happened because of this harsh, unjust, and cruel treatment. What has come from individuals being STRIPPED of their rights, taken away from their families and friends? The mental toil that these brave men and women have faced because of our corrupt and unjust government is extreme, and has tragically led to some individuals taking their own lives. 
Recently body cam footage has been released, as a part of Speaker Johnson’s promise regarding the release of the J6 footage. Unsurprisingly, all the footage that has been released has shown that there was NO insurrection whatsoever! 
The Gateway pundit puts it best, “Following the release of new footage, it’s important to reflect on the individuals who faced severe distress after facing various charges and public scrutiny under false premises, leading to their tragic deaths. Among these were Matthew Perna, Jord Meachum, Mark Aungst, and Chris Stanton.” 
These names of the lives lost, need to echo through the halls of Congress, Say Their NAMES! Free the J6 Protestors! 
To accept the persecution of the J6 protestors, who were exercising their right to assemble, is to accept and allow our government to trample on the First Amendment rights of all U.S. citizens. This must end! Liberate the J6 protestors, protect the First Amendment!
Congress must be made aware of the people's will. We have the right to peacefully assemble, to protest our government, and to exercise the rights protected by the Constitution. It is painfully clear that our justice system is corrupt, and injustice will be served to the J6 protestors. Congress MUST free the J6 protestors, stop the persecution, end the corruption, and cease the stripping of the American people's rights.