The Rob Maness Show

Setting The Record Straight: January 6th Actions Taken by Americans Exercising Their Rights | EP 376

“We are not hopeless. You are not helpless. Help restore our great country to her former glory. We must fight for truth, justice and the America way.” From the website of that man, retired Air Force Lt Col, A-10 pilot, combat veteran, and January 6th political prisoner Larry Brock and he is correct, hope will never be lost as long as there are Americans on this planet with the courage to defend liberty. The AP reported on March 17, 2023 that “A retired Air Force officer who stormed the U.S. Capitol dressed in combat gear and carried zip-tie handcuffs into the Senate gallery was sentenced on Friday to two years in prison.” In a letter to the judge, a retired Air Force major general praised Brock’s military service. The major general, whose name was redacted from public court filings, said Brock risked his life to protect U.S. forces from a Taliban attack, flying below mountain peaks into a valley “saturated with enemy forces.” “The result thwarted enemy advances on U.S. personnel, saved U.S. lives and defused an ever-escalating situation for the forces at that remote base in Afghanistan,” the major general wrote. Nevertheless, Judge Bates convicted Brock in a bench trial of all six counts in his indictment, including obstruction of an official proceeding, the Jan. 6 joint session of Congress for certifying President Joe Biden’s electoral victory, The obstruction charge is a felony; the other five counts are misdemeanors. Brock was not involved in any violence although false reporting stated that he was, and he is my guest today as we set the record straight and publicize his story.

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