Two Capitol riot suspects have written a letter claiming they are “force-fed” critical race theory and subjected to “anti-white messaging” behind bars.
Ryan Nichols and Robert Morss wrote a letter listing 77 offenses they said they have experienced in a Washington, D.C., jail where they are being detained.
Ryan Nichols of Longview, Texas, and Robert Morss of Pennsylvania, who have been charged with multiple offenses stemming from the Jan. 6 riot, wrote a letter decrying the conditions of the District of Columbia jail, where they are being held.
“We are force-fed CRT (critical race theory) propaganda on tablets,” as well as “reeducation propaganda” and “anti-white racial messaging,” they wrote. Critical race theory is the study of the relationship between race and laws and its impact on society.
The letter was attached to Nichols’ motion for modification of bail submitted Nov. 1. He is asking the court to be released on personal recognizance or to be released to the custody of his wife and committed to the supervision of a High-Intensity Supervision Program with GPS monitoring.
According to the motion, “the jail also prevents him from having reasonable access to reading materials while simultaneously streaming anti-white messages and critical race theory propaganda across his tablet. This is psychologically damaging.”
With that fact in mind, the reports coming from the jail become that much worse. These political prisoners are being force-fed propaganda which is meant to make them feel subhuman.
This is a Soviet-style reeducation camp on American soil. Prisoners are being physically punished for expressing their political or religious beliefs while they are taught to adopt the ideology and religion of the new regime.
Prisoners have already reported on the extremely harsh physical conditions in which they are being held and on the contempt with which they are treated by guards.
Even Vladimir Putin has said that these individuals are political prisoners, though that pronouncement was unlikely to do much to make liberals feel any more sympathy.
Forcing prisoners to view anti-white propaganda constantly, as the prisoners have reported, is a very extreme form of psychological torture that wouldn’t be out of place in most totalitarian regimes.
American politicians are happy to talk about the concentration camps run by China, in which the Uyghur cultural identity is meant to be completely dismantled and their collective spirit broken.