J6 Letter to VA Senator Tim Kaine and His Reply

Last December I contacted all of my federal representatives concerning the J6 POWs. Below is the letter I sent to Tim Kaine – His “reply” follows. To his credit, he is the only one I heard back from, including Congressman Goode, a freshman Republican who reportedly actually visited the DC gulag.

The Honorable Tim Kaine
231 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20510
Phone: (202) 224-4024
Fax: (202) 228-6363

December 27, 2021

RE: January 6 Political Prisoners

Dear Senator Kaine,

While you may not agree with my ascertain the American citizens held without bail due to the events of January 6, 2021 are political prisoners, I ask you to set the nomenclature aside for the moment.

Please note I consider what is happening with these prisoners to be a watershed moment in our nation’s history.

In Washington DC, our nation’s capital, as well as elsewhere in our nation, American Citizens are being held without being charged and without bail. A federal judge, Royce Lambert, held the DC jailers in contempt for the treatment of these prisoners. House Representatives have documented the deplorable conditions they are being housed in. Conditions any American would be horrified to learn if the worst convicted felons in our nation’s history were subject to. Yet these are not felons. They are not convicts. They are citizens of the United States of America. I am sure you would be outraged if you learned illegal immigrants were treated like this. How can you stand by and allow this to happen to anyone, much less a fellow citizen? Are you so far removed from the people of this nation?

These individuals, these citizens, are being held within a ten minute drive from your office. TWO miles from where you sit right now, American citizens suffer from poor food, miserable living conditions, insufficient medical care, beatings and more. Has the principle of “innocent until proven guilty” somehow been suspended? Have we become so callous?

What I find appalling is the total lack of due process, the absolute shredding of the constitutional rights of these citizens and the ALMOST TOTAL SILENCE of nearly everyone involved. None of these things should be. This is not the America I was thought I’d grown up in.

I urge you to do more. Contact those responsible. Make noise. Do not let up. ALL Americans should be ashamed of the treatment of these individuals. Whether they are guilty or innocent is not at issue at this point as they have not been charged! Enough is enough. Please take action.

Andrew Havens

Here is Kaine’s reply.

February 22, 2022

Mr. Andrew Havens
My street
My town, VA  xxxx-xxxx

Dear Mr. Havens:

Thank you for contacting me about the attack on the United States Capitol on January 6, 2021. I appreciate hearing from you.

While still in office, former President Donald J. Trump falsely claimed that the 2020 presidential election was “stolen” because he lost. On January 6, 2021, he encouraged his supporters to “show strength,” and a mob responded by violently storming the U.S. Capitol to disrupt the certification of Joe Biden’s electoral victory. Four people died on the day of the attack. U.S. Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, who was beaten by the mob, died the next day. More than 100 police officers were injured. Four additional police officers who defended the Capitol on January 6 subsequently committed suicide as a result of the physical and mental trauma that they suffered on that day.

I am deeply troubled by reports implicating members of Congress for their possible involvement in the attack. For example, on October 24, 2021, Rolling Stone revealed that several House Members and their staff were involved in planning rallies that set the scene for the insurrection. While Congress does not have law enforcement authority, it can penalize violations of House and Senate rules and conduct. On January 11, 2021, Representative Cori Bush introduced H.Res.25, which would direct the House Ethics Committee to investigate and issue a report on whether any actions taken by Members of Congress who sought to overturn the 2020 Presidential election violated the Rules of the House of Representatives or their oaths of office to uphold the Constitution.

In the Senate, I joined Senator Sheldon Whitehouse and five other colleagues in urging the Senate Ethics Committee to investigate Senators Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley for the role that they may have played in the January 6 attack. On January 13th, the House of Representatives passed an article of impeachment against Donald Trump for inciting the insurrection at the Capitol. Last year, I voted to convict President Trump, because an acquittal would lead to worse behavior. On February 13, 2021, the Senate acquitted President Trump for the second time by a vote of 57 to 43, short of the required 67 votes for conviction.

I remain concerned that turning a blind eye to the insurrection will set a dangerous precedent that could embolden more bad actors in the future. Please be assured that I will continue to do everything in my power to safeguard our democracy. Again, thank you for contacting me.



Tim Kaine

Generally I categorize this kind of response as the “Why My Grandmother’s Dog Has Fleas” sort. In other words the reply in no way resembles what it is supposed to be in reply to. The only similarity is “January 6”.

Other than that and the body count, Kaine fills his page with absolute lies.

Per The New Yuck York Times, four people are alleged to have died on January 6.

WASHINGTON — As a pro-Trump protest turned into a violent attack on the Capitol on Jan. 6 last year, four people in the crowd died.

      • Ashli Babbitt, an Air Force veteran, was fatally shot by a Capitol Police officer as rioters tried to breach the House chamber.

      • Kevin D. Greeson died of a heart attack, collapsing on the sidewalk west of the Capitol on Jan. 6.

      • Rosanne Boyland appeared to have been crushed in a stampede of fellow rioters as they surged against the police.

      • Benjamin Philips, the founder of a pro-Trump website called Trumparoo, died of a stroke.

Rosanne Boyland. The video evidence I saw strongly indicates she was beaten to death by a Capital Police officer.

Officer Sicknick was NOT “beaten by the mob”.

There was no “insurrection”, at least not one by those protesting the election fraud and, yes, MOUNTAINS of evidence is piling up supporting more than enough fraud to illegally put Biden in office. And while the “authorities” at the Capital have jailed hundreds of political prisoners on minor charges, without bail, while denying their rights to a fair, impartial and speedy trial, not to mention the gross, inhumane treatment of these political pawns, they seem to be suppressing exculpatory evidence AND possibly obscuring their own efforts to overthrow  a duly elected President.

The GLARING OMISSION from Kanin’s “response” of course, is he said