Today, Look Ahead America released an analysis of Michigan House Resolution Ten. From the analysis:
The inflammatory language reveals an overt political bias and the denigration of opposing political viewpoints. The resolution also lacks context in that it only refers to a “violent mob” attacking the United States Capitol Complex. It makes no mention of the majority of peaceful protestors who had no hand in any violence, but rather were seeking representation by their elected servants for their concerns about a federal election. The resolution makes no mention of the fact that many of the peaceful protestors were not only allowed but ushered into the building by police, and the majority of those allowed entry were non-violent.
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