Feds wanted to fry Trump photo-op protesters with heat ray

     “Federal officials looked into getting a heat ray” and amassed 7,000 of rounds of live ammunition “in preparation for clearing a peaceful protest in Lafayette Square” across the street from the White House on June 1, 2020, according to congressional testimony by an Army National Guard major “who was at the scene,” CNN reported on Thursday, September 17, 2020.

     The heat ray (photo, left) is a battlefield weapon for use against enemy troops that uses a directed energy beam to cause an “intolerable heating sensation” on the target’s skin. Read about it here.
     They also failed to acquire an “announcement device” to warn protesters to disperse, Maj. Adam DeMarco, a senior National Guard official at the scene, told a House committee in sworn written testimony. National Park Service police only used a megaphone that “was barely audible” from 30 feet away, DeMarco said.
    Acting on orders from Trump’s attorney general, Bill Barr, the NPS cops attacked peaceful demonstrators (video below) so Trump could brandish a Bible in front of a boarded-up church.
     Read story here and here.

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  1. Mark Adams #

    If only they had had Odd Balls tanks. WWII technology. Loud and non lethal. Pretty paintings.

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