Thursday, December 29, 2022

Black American supremacist WANNABE Sergeant-at-Arms William Walker claims via Yahoo a response to January 6th rioters would have been very different if those were black

One of the most violent African American criminals involved in MK Ultra just happens so was here seen Sergeant-at-Arms William Walker. I personally find it fascinating how one managed to find his daylight through incursion into January 6th Capital Hill riot issues and its what now makes me more and more wonder about who truly was behind one... further weather Sergeant-at-Arms William Walker truly was as one depicted himself as during MK Ultra torture(he played role of black racist bigot - black racist supremacist who death threatened me during Donald Trump's inauguration in 2017 - guaranteed me death via assassination as was brought by US GOVERNMENT STRAIGHT INTO HIS HANDS DURING TRUMP'S INAUGURATION) or is it that we continue to witnesses as Donald Trump's PUTINISM(Putin's divide and conquer for which unfortunately black democratic side was extremely supportive in 1995, 1996, 1997, up to 2000) in United States of America IT COULD WELL BE FOR DONALD TRUMP AND WILLIAM WALKER TO WORK TOGETHER(99%)....DEATH THREATS IN MY FACE BY WILLIAM WALKER WENT ON FOR SOME TIME, AND I NO LONGER WOULD GO ON MK ULTRA RIDE TO THE USA AS THE CASE WAS IN THE PAST(think Lukashenko in 2003).... DONALD TRUMP BURIED HIS SUPPORTERS AT LARGE IS A FACT AND THEY DESERVED IT. TRUMP BECAME EXTREMELY WEALTHY WITH AMERICAN POVERTY OF WHICH THOSE WHOM ONE GOT IMPRISONED(radicalized and wasted as such) PAID THE MOST   

On January 20, 2017, Walker assumed the role of acting Commanding General, District of Columbia Army and Air National Guard, nicknamed the “Capitol Guardians”. In March 2018, President Donald Trump nominated Walker for promotion to Major General and selected him as the Commanding General.[4][8][9][10][11][12][13]

House sergeant-at-arms to Jan. 6 panel: Response ‘would have been different’ if rioters were Black

House Sergeant-at-Arms William Walker, who led the D.C. National Guard during the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol attack, said law enforcement would have responded differently if the rioters had been Black.

“I’m African American. Child of the Sixties. I think it would have been a vastly different response if those were African Americans trying to breach the Capitol,” Walker told the House Jan. 6 panel in April, according to a transcript released this week.

“As a career law enforcement officer, part-time soldier, last five years full-time, but a law enforcement officer my entire career, the law enforcement response would have been different,” Walker continued.

The House panel as part of its investigation examined why it took hours for the Pentagon to eventually send the National Guard to the Capitol as the calamity unfolded.

The committee concluded in its final report that no Pentagon officials deliberately held off on sending the Guard, but rather conflicting messages caused a delay, placing the blame on then-President Trump.

Walker indicated he did not receive a call from the Defense secretary or secretary of the army as rioters began breaching the Capitol, drawing a comparison to the summer of 2020, when Walker said Pentagon officials “constantly” called him to discuss the racial justice protests that unfolded following the killing of George Floyd.

“I think the response would have been different, a lot more heavy-handed response to, I think there would have been a lot more bloodshed,” Walker said. “You know, as a law enforcement officer, there were — I saw enough to where I would have probably been using deadly force.”

Law enforcement fatally shot one person during the attack who attempted to enter the Speaker’s Lobby, which is located just off the House floor.

Former House Sergeant-at-Arms Paul Irving resigned the day following the Capitol attack as scrutiny grew over law enforcement’s response, and Walker ultimately replaced him in April.

“You’re looking at somebody who would get stopped by the police for driving a high-value government vehicle. No other reason,” Walker told the committee.

“I think it would have been a different response,” he added. “I’ve had to talk with my five children, and getting ready to have it with my granddaughter, the talk. I don’t know if you know what I mean by the talk, of what to do to survive an encounter with the police.”


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