Rep. Mike Nearman is a traitor -- New video shows him coaching how to breach the Capitol
Mike Nearman is the man who let armed protestors into the Oregon Capitol building in December, which led to a violent encounter with the police who were trying to remove them. The protestors attacked the police and used pepper spray.
Nearman willfully endangered their lives, along with the lives of his fellow lawmakers and Capitol staff.
Although the original video of him letting them in was pretty damning, a new video has emerged that made no doubt that it was planned.
The new video shows Nearman walking his constituents through on how to breach the Capitol building, step-by-step, in a scheme called "Operation Hall Pass." He gives instructions on how to text him, where to stand, and how to get in. He knows what he is doing is illegal, which is why he intersperses his instructions with coy language. He says he will deny knowledge of the scheme, and that he will give out a random number---which happened to be his cell phone number.
We're talking about setting up Operation Hall Pass, which I don't know anything about and if you accuse me of knowing something about, I'll deny it. But there would be some person's cell phone which might be...
He was speaking to an anti-union group called the Freedom Foundation, which is funded by billionaires such as Charles Koch and the DeVos family.
The Democrats in charge of the legislature have already stripped him of his committee assignments, and forced him to give up his badge to access the building. They have asked him to resign, but he has refused. The Oregon GOP is, as expected, deadly silent (complicit)—just as the national Republicans are about January 6th. Nearman also faces criminal charges.
The footage shows the planning, the breach, and the fight with the Capitol police.
Other footage from the same day shows him giving advice for the best day for the breach. Nearman said "Monday, you've got one crack at it there." The breach happened Monday, December 21st.
Don't for a second think that these conservative traitors aren't above promoting violence to stay in power. As sick as this was, Rep. Nearman is nowhere near as crazy as the current crop of GOP reps in our nation's capitol building, like Jim Jordan, Louis Gohmert, Mo Brooks, Matt Gaetz, Lauren Boebert and Marjorie Taylor Greene. In what reality would someone think that any of these people would be "above" giving advice/tours to insurrectionists prior to January 6th, which they have been accused of doing?
The truth is going to come out, and it isn't going to be pretty.