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Social Media Post Offering Presidential Pardon to Anyone Involved in Capitol Breach Is Fake: DOJ

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Social Media Post Offering Presidential Pardon to Anyone Involved in Capitol Breach Is Fake: DOJ

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The Justice Department (DOJ) said on Saturday that a social media post offering a presidential pardon to those involved in the breach of the U.S. Capitol is fake. The post that the department deemed fake appears to have originated from a Parler account claiming to be the official social media page of Acting Pardon Attorney Rosalind Sargent-Burns. It states that President Donald Trump “is strongly considering” pardoning “all patriots” who stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6. The account then asks that anyone who wants a presidential pardon to respond to the post with information including their name, city, and a list of a “crime you think you need to be pardoned for,” along with an explanation of why they believe they should be pardoned. “Please share to anyone who may need it, we are trying to stay off the MSM so that the left does not learn of the President’s …

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