Shocking Rasmussen Poll Reveals Half Of Voters Believe Jan. 6 Suspects Are ‘Political Prisoners’

A brand new poll yielded some shocking results as it revealed that nearly half of voters currently believe the individuals being charged in the Capitol riot on Jan. 6 are political prisoners.

If you listen carefully, you can hear the sounds of liberals howling and crying as they realize all of that propaganda they’ve pushed all year is having the opposite intended effect.

According to a poll that was published by Rasmussen Reports, 49 percent of those surveyed believe the individuals currently in jail and being charged with violence and other crimes in the riot are being held as “political prisoners.”

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Another 30 percent stated they “strongly” agree with that statement. Only 42 percent stated they disagree.

What’s really going to bake liberal brains is the fact that 42 percent of the Democrats who were surveyed also agreed that the 500 people being held are political prisoners.

via Washington Examiner:

Rasmussen also found more agree that the FBI’s Jan. 6 dragnet is targeting “patriots.”

When asked if they agreed or disagreed with this statement: “The Department of Justice and the FBI have targeted, imprisoned, and persecuted non-violent American patriots,” 48% agreed, and 46% disagreed.

The findings are surprising considering the general negative media coverage of the pro-Trump riots that led to the U.S. Capitol Police killing of one protester, Ashli Babbitt, as she tried to enter the House floor.

People aren’t as stupid as the mainstream media thinks they are. Folks here recognize that all of the major media outlets are in the pocket of the Democratic Party and that they push propaganda instead of arming people with the truth.

Unfortunately, the left will continue to try and convince the masses that Trump and all of his supporters are evil white supremacists who want to overthrow the government, despite the fact that’s not true.


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