DC Court Dismisses 9 Jurors in Trial Against J-6 Political Prisoner Guy Reffitt Accused of ‘Thought Crimes’ — He Never Entered US Capitol, Did not Attack Police, and Got Gassed on Steps


Guy Reffitt, a 49-year-old father of three and husband of 21 years been held in extreme lockdown at the Washington DC Gulag and denied bail for over a year now.

The government’s allegations against Guy Reffitt are among its most fervently savored—deliciously offensive (and completely dystopian) thought crimes.

Despite never getting closer than 20 feet from officers at the Capitol, never entering the building, and only carrying a megaphone, Reffitt was arrested in a pre-dawn military-style raid on his home by FBI with guns pointed at his wife and kids.

We wrote about Guy Reffitt’s story here.

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Guy Reffitt’s trial is going to court in front of Marxist jury in Washington DC.

** You can donate to the Reffitt family fund here.

Greg Kelly discussed the case tonight on his who.

The Brandon regime is out to get Guy Reffitt. They want to make an example out of him. They will not allow dissent in America against their insane, anti-American and suicidal policies.

And now they are having trouble finding jurors in Washington DC.

Please pray for Guy and his family.

The Daily Mail reported:

Potential jurors selected for the first trial surrounding the January 6 attacks on the US Capitol grew emotional in court Monday upon being questioned about the events of the day, raising concerns regarding their reliability to serve on the historic case.

‘I felt like it was an attack on my home.. It was a very scary time,’ one potential juror, with his voice shaking, told the DC court Monday, after being selected along with 33 others to potentially preside over the case of accused Capitol rioter Guy Reffitt, 48.

Noting how emotional the juror appeared in the courtroom, US District Court Judge Dabney Friedrich excused the candidate from service, saying he was ‘starting from a place where he feels so clearly, visibly impacted from the events.’

The prospective juror was one of nine dismissed by Friedrich Monday after displaying strong feelings about the Capitol attackers.

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