• Sara Rimer

    Senior Contributing Editor

    Sara Rimer

    Sara Rimer spent 26 years as a reporter at the New York Times, where she wrote about education, the death penalty, immigration, and aging in America, and was the New England bureau chief. The Times nominated her for the Pulitzer Prize. Her coverage of the death penalty was cited by the Supreme Court in its 2002 ruling outlawing the execution of developmentally disabled individuals. Profile

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There are 2 comments on Why a White Mob Felt They Could Storm the US Capitol without Fear

  1. “They called a curfew in Washington Wednesday, but it seemed like they didn’t enforce it. ”

    I saw videos of them beating protestors. I believe they enforced it, or at the very least, attempted it.

  2. I have yet to see where our justice department go after: military retirements, military disability, social security benefits disability, PTSD disability, and other specious payments these terrorists have accumulated. These terrorists have a lot of time on their hands. Don’t they have jobs? They spend hundreds of thousand of dollars on merchandising, travel expenses, military gear, weaponry, etc.

    We were lightening fast to follow ISIS and Al Queda money and debilitate their plans or slow them down.

    Where is the news of finding and removing their funding?

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