WOW: Democrat Patrick Leahy accidentally reveals a LOT during Capitol Riot hearing, names ANTIFA

Sen. Patrick Leahy, a very liberal progressive Democrat, who also happens to be 80 years old, gave a lot away in his remarks on Capitol Hill today in the televised show hearing on the Capitol Riots which was designed to give Democrats another bite at the PR and fundraising apple. He had an Antifa slip and a totalitarian future one.

First, Leahy asked former chief of Capitol police Steven Sund about warnings ahead of January 6th. He read aloud from an intelligence report that “indicated that members of the Proud Boys, white supremacist groups, Antifa and other extremist groups are expected to participate in the January 6th event, and may be inclined to become violent.”

SO “Antifa and other extremist groups” made the list? But sir, AREN’T ANTI-FASCISTS THE SAME AS D-DAY TROOPS? That’s what the media said!

That’s not the only thing, though, Leahy also gave it away about what it is the Democrats are doing, what they intend to do. We heard the plan on Tucker’s show last night but Leahy says the quiet part out loud.

He said that provocation went on for “months” and blamed Trump of course, but then he let it slip.

“I think until we root out the hate that drove the rioters through the doors that day, no fence or tank or barrier is going to provide the safety we need,” he said. He then quoted Franklin on those giving up liberty for safety deserve neither.”

You see the reveal there I’m sure. He’s admitting that Biden is keeping D.C. on lockdown indefinitely against “hate” and that they have to “root out” the hate.

He quotes Franklin on liberty because he means HIS liberty, because he’s talking about fences and barriers on D.C.’s streets. Not yours.

On YOUR streets he wants to “ROOT OUT” the “HATE” and we all know what that means. It means the end of the First and Second Amendments. It means the Big Tech Purge.

It means this.

Watch Leahy reveal it all.

He probably didn’t mean to, but he did.

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