This story was originally published by the WND News Center.
There's a lot of review going on now of Jan. 6, 2021, events at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, where hundreds of supporters of President Donald Trump followed his instructions to go to the Capitol and protest the suspect Joe Biden's election victory peacefully.
Of course, there were a few who got out of hand, breaking windows to enter and then vandalizing.
Democrats for the last two years have released cherry-picked segments of video to try to portray the events as an actual attempt to overthrow the U.S. government, even though there was no plan, no military involved, no leader, and such.
Now, the Republican party, in the majority in the U.S. House, is releasing more videos, and it shows that the "insurrection" storyline is anything but true.
Likewise are the facts of some individual cases misleading.
For example, the Gateway Pundit cited the case against Jake Lang, who attended the protest and rally "because he believed the election was stolen from Donald Trump."
After Trump's rally, he "walked to the U.S. Capitol where he was gassed and trampled when Capitol Police pushed Trump supporters down the stairs. Jake was nearly killed. The woman next to him was gassed, knocked down, trampled, and then beaten with a stick by police. She died on the steps of the U.S. Capitol. Her name is Rosanne Boyland."
The report continued, "Jake Lang was next to Rosanne when she died. Being a former wrestler, Jake was able to crawl out of the pile. He then went back and saved Phillip Anderson who was knocked unconscious next to Rosanne Boyland. Jake was not able to rescue Rosanne but he saved the life of another man that day."
The result was that he was accused of taking "swipes" at police after they killed Boyland, and was arrested.
He's been held in prison without trial ever since – a total of 800 days.
"Jake is a political prisoner of the regime. This is the reality in America today," the Gateway Pundit expressed.
And he's not the only one, the report said, since U.S. attorney Matthew Graves "is working overtime to prosecute Americans for misdemeanors as legitimate criminals are allowed to skate."