Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene today released “Unusually Cruel- An Eyewitness Report From Inside The DC Jail.” her report with the aid of Louis Gohmert details the squalid conditions that exist in the DC jails where the political prisoners are kept. If we kept dogs in these conditions (Other than the Mengele-like experiments by Dr. Faucistein) people would be locked up for it.
Today, I released Unusually Cruel: An Eyewitness Report From Inside The DC Jail.
— Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (@RepMTG) December 7, 2021
Reps. Greene, Gohmert, Gaetz, and Gosar tried, unsuccessfully, to visit the January 6 political prisoners twice earlier this year, but they showed up on Torture Day both times but were finally able to schedule a visit between the beatings and rancid meat days. They were forced to send a Congressional letter to the D.C. mayor’s office and the Washington D.C. Department of Corrections (DOC) staff in order to visit which is their right and their duty by law.
Takeaways from Greene’s report include:
- Inmates claim they aren’t allowed to see their lawyers or family members
- They aren’t allowed to get a haircut unless they are vaccinated. Some use Nair hair remover on their heads. Some keep their hair long.
- Some of the J6 political prisoners claimed their cells were infested with rats and bedbugs when they first arrived.
- They claimed the U.S. Marshals Service came through several days before the Green-Gohmert visit to paint and scrub dirt and mold from the showers. There were still visible signs of dirt and mold in the shower section.
- One inmate told Greene his toilet doesn’t work. He has to wait until he is let out of his cell to use a restroom.
- The inmates aren’t allowed to attend religious services so they hold their own.
- Several inmates need medical attention. One has a broken finger. A seventy-one-year-old inmate, Lonnie Leroy Coffman, who hasn’t seen a doctor, watched as his lower forearm has turned purple and his thumb turned black. The other inmates suggested that if anyone can be released, it should be Lonnie.
“What is there to hide?” Gohmert pressed. “The complaint has been that they’ve been treated
differently than the other detainees. I thought tonight we were going to find out.”
At that point, the tour had already lasted two hours and Greene and Gohmert hadn’t yet met a single J6 inmate. After an 11-minute discussion, the tour went forward.
Greene and Gohmert met with roughly 40 J6 inmates, in what Greene described as a noticeably older part of the prison, which appeared to have not been updated recently, unlike the rest of the prison.
The political prisoners cheered as they met Gohmert and Greene. Some cried and all were visibly shaken (they were the only inmates on the tour to cry). They lined up to shake hands with Greene and Gohmert and began chanting “U-S-A! U-S-A!”
Greene and Gohmert promised to keep fighting for the J6 inmates. As Green and Gohmert were leaving, the prisoners chanted “U-S-A!” and “Let’s Go, Brandon!”