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DOJ Advertises for 80 More Attorneys to Assist w/ J6 Show Trials

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(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) The Department of Justice is looking to hire 80 attorneys to assist with Jan. 6 related trials, the Gateway Pundit reported.

In a recently released request, the DOJ requested 130 total term positions, including the 80 attorney slots, along with $34 million to continue with the Jan. 6 witch hunt.

“The January 6, 2021 riot at the U.S. Capitol has resulted in hundreds of complex and resource-intensive cases charging defendants from around the nation with a broad range of offenses from basic violations… to more complex charges,” the request reads.

“Funding is critically needed to provide the USAO-DC with additional prosecutors and support personnel to respond to the increased caseload, litigation costs, and other court proceedings arising from the cases.”

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According to the document, 750 defendants have been arrested nationwide for crimes related to the Jan. 6 protest, with 210 of them pleading guilty to “federal misdemeanors.”

While this goes on, the federal government has made no attempts to arrest or try any of the participants of the Black Lives Matter riots of 2020, which included crimes of vandalism, arson, burglary, manslaughter and more.

Many on social media were quick to point out the hypocrisy of dedicating $34 million to this, when the country has so many other, more immediate issues:

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