It was reported earlier today that best-selling author and commentator Dinesh D’Souza will be donating over $100,000 to a non-profit fund aimed at providing financial relief to the families of those arrested by Capitol Police for their involvement in the the historic breach of the Capitol on January 6th.
It was just yesterday that D’Souza made the announcement on his YouTube Channel which has garnered well over 600,000 followers that he and his wife, Debbie, “decided to contribute $100,000 to the family fund of the January 6th defendants”. D’Souza went on to say that the families are in desperate financial need and that the situation is a “human tragedy” and that the family members are innocent and that “they are victims also” in all of this.
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D’Souza then prompted his wife and podcast producer, Debbie, to make a few comments speaking to her side of the philanthropic decision. Debbie said that they found out details not just of the prisoners themselves and the extirpation of any manner of their rights, but also that there have been “some reports of beatings” and that the reported treatment of these prisoners has been tantamount to what is normally seen in “third-world countries”.
Mrs. D’Souza went on to bemoan the targeted of these political prisoners and said that it was “horrifying” and “heart breaking” what was happening to the families left behind and that to her, through “absolutely no fault of their own”. Mr. D’Souza took the baton back and made the point that the people who breached that Capitol thought that they were “fighting for Trump” and for a “fair count” and that they were people who felt that they had lost their voice as voters in what should be the self-evident idea of a free and just democracy.
As ConservativeBrief.com reports that American Greatness wrote that the families of the detained”… meanwhile, are falling behind on mortgage and rent payments. Their small businesses have been shuttered. Utility bills, car payments, tuition installments, and day-to-day expenses are piling up with no way to pay them. Moms are worried about buying clothes and supplies for the new school year.“