Jim Hoft and his team at The Gateway Pundit have been doing a great job of getting the stories of the people who the Biden regime is rounding up and treating as if they were ISIS members, out to the public.
Without TGWP’s work the public would never know about the incredible abuses of power that the FBI is engaged in. Their treatment of Average Americans, who made foolish mistakes, as if they were the world’s more dangerous terrorists is shameful.
Yes, there should be consequences for people who break the law. However, pregnant women who walked into the Capitol and engaged in no violence should not be facing the rest of their lives in prison.
Ironically, none of these groups who want to abolish the police and prison have protested a single one of these cases to my knowledge.
The latest victim of the tyrannical Biden regime is Felicia Konold. Felicia made a mistake, she trespassed, now she is facing what amounts to the rest of her life in a federal prison.
The Gateway Pundit explains:
Felicia Konold of Arizona was on a road trip celebrating being alive after a bad accident left her with a broken back and half of her face ripped off in 2020.
Konold had never travelled before, so for the first time in her life she has been taking road trips through the country that she loves so dearly with her brother — while also homeschooling her 10-year-old son.
When Konold heard that President Donald Trump was going to be speaking in DC, the siblings decided to add a stop to their road trip plan. She had never been to a protest before and did not really know what to expect — in fact, she did not even expect it to be a protest, just a rally. What she did know is that patriotic Americans who loved their president were not often treated kindly, and that she had a little boy that needed her. She packed a medical kit and bought some extra protective layers to make sure she would get home safe, should leftists attack the event.
She also hoped that by bringing supplies, her training for veterinary medicine may come in handy if things went terribly awry.
anuary 6 in DC was unlike anything she would experience in her wholesome and quiet life in Arizona, which mostly consists of spending time in her small mobile home, gardening, taking care of her animals, and homeschooling.
Konold still did not realize it was a protest when she followed the crowd of fellow Trump supporters to the Capitol. The door to the building was open and police seemed to be allowing people inside, so she went. She was kind and friendly to police and left quickly when she was told that people were not supposed to be there.
When the arrests of Capitol rioters started she assumed that she was okay. After all, she did no harm. She thought that the people who were being arrested were the ones who were violent or engaging in vandalism — not the peaceful people like her.
A month after the protest, she was yanked from her bed at gunpoint by the FBI. Her entire street was blocked off and crowded with unmarked vehicles. Her small mobile home was raided and a two page long list of her belongings was seized.
Konold is four months pregnant. Her son has always wanted a sibling.
The expecting mother was detained for an entire week. Bizarrely, the FBI told her not to speak to other law enforcement agencies.
Upon her release, Konold found that her social media accounts were all removed. She was even banned from the stock trading app WeBull. The media was smearing her as an “insurrectionist” and painting her to be someone that she is not, while all traces of her life and who she really is vanished from the internet. Without social media, it is nearly impossible to defend yourself from these smears. The media could now paint her as any cartoon villain that they wanted — and people couldn’t look at her happy and normal social media accounts to see otherwise. READ MORE AT THE GATEWAY PUNDIT