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Nadler EXPOSED: Campaign Contributions from Terrorist Bomber


That’s a photo of the Capitol bombing, November 7th, 1983.

The goal was to kill Republicans.

Who did it?

Glad you asked.

That brings us to current day, involving Jerry Nadler.

You see, the seasoned House Democrat who claims to be for justice, turns out he’s receiving funds from a known terrorist.

Campaign contributions from none other than Susan Rosenberg, a former member of a domestic terrorist group.

A grand sum of $1,000 found its way into his campaign coffers in July 2021, as per the unearthed campaign finance records.

Quite the contradiction, considering Nadler’s vocal stance against “insurrections!” on Jan. 6, 2021.

What became of this insurrectionists? And how did she come across $1,000 while in jail?

Just kidding, she’s not in jail.

She was pardoned by President Clinton.

Then she went on to become the Vice Chair of BLM.

(I heard BLM  stands for burn, loot, murder, but that’s probably just a rumor.)

Here’s Susan Rosenberg:

 

Here’s a post showing her handiwork, an actual insurrection, attached to an anti-Trump post claiming an ‘insurrection’ on the 6th.

One has people yelling and waving flags, the other set off bombs.

(And yes, though the video clip does show someone firing a pistol, it’s straight up in the air.A far cry from bombing a building. Was this person planted there by the government?)

I bet she’s behind bars, right?

Like the J6 prisoners?

Washington Examiner reports:

Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY), a longtime House Democrat and advocate of justice, received campaign donations from a former member of a domestic terrorist group in the months following the Jan. 6 riots.

Nadler received $1,000 from Susan Rosenberg in July 2021, according to campaign finance records uncovered by the Washington Free Bacon. Nadler has been one of the most outspoken Democrats against right-wing extremism following Jan. 6, 2021.

Rosenberg was a member of the May 19th Communist Organization and was affiliated with other revolutionary organizations. In 1988, she was sentenced to 58 years in prison for possessing hundreds of pounds of explosives and machine guns, according to the FBI, with the intent to use them in politically motivated bombings. She was later pardoned by then-President Bill Clinton in 2001, with the support of Nadler.

In July 2021, Nadler was the House Judiciary Committee chairman, and weeks before Rosenberg’s donation to him, he decried the “terrorists” who “planned” and carried out the riots at the Capitol. Rosenberg has also reportedly given small donations to progressive “Squad” House Democrats.

In the weeks after the Capitol attack, Nadler advocated prosecuting all those involved, writing to then-acting Attorney General Monty Wilkinson that it was “critical that all of the perpetrators of this insurrectionist attack be identified, investigated, arrested, charged and subsequently prosecuted.”



 

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