Homeland Security Committee Chair Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS) wants to place Republican Senators Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley on the federal “No Fly” list due to the “actions they participated in” last week during an appearance on SiriusXM’s The Joe Madison Show.
The Democrat-media complex is using the chaos at the US Capitol last week as a pretext to label Trump supporter domestic terrorists.
All hell broke loose last week after Vice President Mike Pence said he would accept Joe Biden’s fraudulent electors.
According to a former FBI agent who was on the ground at the Capitol last week, at least one bus load of Antifa terrorists infiltrated the Trump demonstration.
However, President Trump and his supporters are being blamed for the violence and chaos.
And now Republican Senators Ted Cruz (TX) and Josh Hawley (MO) are being targeted for ruin because they exercised their right to object to Biden’s electors.
Josh Hawley was already canceled by publisher Simon & Schuster and now Democrat Rep Bennie Thompson is suggesting Hawley is a domestic terrorist.
“There’s no question about it,” Thompson said when asked if protesters who entered the US Capitol last week should be placed on the federal no-fly list. “First of all, these folks, in my opinion, can be classified as domestic terrorists because of the actions they participated in on Wednesday. Now under normal circumstances international terrorists are out on no-fly lists. These are domestic terrorists–same thing. A terrorist is a terrorist, no matter who you are.”
The radio host then asked Rep. Thompson if Hawley and Cruz should be placed on the no-fly list because they objected to Joe Biden’s electors.
“There’s talk about liability for inciting this insurrection falling, maybe, in the laps of Senator Hawley and Senator Cruz and a member of Congress who may have Facetimed or led people to Pelosi’s office. If these folks are found liable, should they be on the no-fly list?” the radio host asked Rep. Thompson.
Thompson replied, “Well, there’s no question about it. There’s no exemption for being put on the no-fly list.”
Congressman Bennie Thompson (D-MS), Chair of the House Committee on Homeland Security: "There's no exemption for being put on the no-fly list. Even a member of Congress that commits a crime, you know, they expel from the body. There are ethics charges that can be brought against those...