California Capitol Attacked – Video

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( – Highlighting the extreme left’s blatant disregard for democracy to advance its radical agenda, an event occurred in the California State Assembly where three groups who identified as Jewish, though their representation of the Jewish community is considered marginal and radical, disrupted legislative order.

This demonstration led to the temporary shutdown of the legislative session, marking a significant interruption in the state’s democratic process.

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As reported by The Sacramento Bee, the protest was organized by activists calling for a cease-fire in the conflict between Israel and Hamas. Numbering in the hundreds, the demonstrators filled both the Rotunda and the Assembly gallery. Their presence and actions, which included chanting, singing, and displaying banners, coincided with the Assembly’s resuming work after a long recess.

Reactions among the lawmakers were mixed, with some leaving the chamber immediately and others remaining for a while. The protesters continued their demonstration, singing “cease-fire now,” even as the Assembly members vacated the chamber.

Interestingly, none of the demonstrators were removed or arrested by the California Highway Patrol sergeants responsible for Capitol security. The protest persisted even after the Assembly chamber lights were turned off, with participants using their cell phone flashlights to continue their demonstration.

This incident in Sacramento clearly contrasts the January 6, 2021, events at the U.S. Capitol, where the most common charge against the intruders was “obstructing an official proceeding.” Despite the similarities in disrupting official legislative processes, it appears no such charges are being considered for the protesters in Sacramento.

Politico highlighted that this is not an isolated incident but the third such disruption in recent months in California. These events underscore a growing divide within the Democratic Party, particularly between progressive activists and the more mainstream Democratic viewpoints, regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.