Sept. 18 there was a rally in Washington, D.C. and other locations called “Justice for J6.”
Organizers called for justice of the Jan. 6 defendants, of which there are over 600 individuals. Yes, absolutely there should be justice for those who are found guilty in a court of law for attacking the U.S. Capitol, the Capitol and D.C. police and other capitol defenders. Over 140 police officers were injured, some significantly and others have died. There was damage to the Capitol. This insurgency should be called for what it was, an attempted coup. Former President Trump lost a fully fair and transparent election. His fragile ego has been bruised and he is taking it out on our country through his Big Lie, for which the Jan. 6 coup attempt was a part.
The investigation of Jan. 6 should be taken to its conclusion and all individuals that are involved including the instigators and organizers must be brought forth in front of a court of law and tried. If found guilty, then serve their sentence. That is justice.