1983 Flashback: Top BLM Associate Detonated Bomb In US Capitol Building

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Any person who simply walked the halls of the US Capitol Building during last week’s protest is being labeled a “domestic terrorist” by the American establishment.

However, in 1983, a pair of left-wing terrorists detonated a bomb in the U.S. Capitol Building only for the two criminals to be pardoned on behalf of House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler and then-President Bill Clinton.

The explosion, which took place just outside the Senate chamber, also blew the door off Democrat Leader Robert Byrd’s office.

Byrd was once an “Exalted Cyclops” in the KKK and was a close friend of Bill and Hillary Clinton.

So, why would Bill pardon a pair of domestic terrorists who nearly killed his dear friend?

A 1983 report by the Washington Post says the bomb also tore apart “the Republican Cloakroom.”

“An explosion left piles of rubble just outside the doors to the Senate chamber, blowing out a wall partition and windows, ripping through the Republican Cloakroom, and damaging several works of art on the second floor. The bomb appeared to have been placed on or under a window well seat in a corridor leading to the Senate chamber,” the article explained.

The estimated damage cost was $1 million… in 1983!

The people convicted for committing the attack, Linda Evans and Susan Rosenberg, each only served 16 years of their sentences.

The women were a part of a group called M19 that was “an offshoot” of the communist Weather Underground of the 1970s.

“The Weatherman” are connected to Barack Obama via Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn.

Ayers even joked about being the ghostwriter of Obama’s autobiography “Dreams of My Father.”

Smithsonian Magazine reported, “Over the course of a 20-month span in 1983 and 1984, M19 also bombed an FBI office, the Israel Aircraft Industries building, and the South African consulate in New York, D.C.’s Fort McNair and Navy Yard (which they hit twice.)”

Currently, Rosenberg serves as the vice-chair of the board of directors of Thousand Currents.

According to Thousand Currents’ website, the group “provides the legal and administrative framework to enable BLM to fulfill its mission.”

Americans need to brush up on their history.