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There are times when some people just need to realize that they need to leave things be.

For example, one time when I was eighteen my mother wanted me to go on some all-day errand for her when I had plans and she tells me this on short notice. She tells me that she’ll take the tires off of my car, citing that while the car is mine she is still paying for the tires.

So, I ask a friend’s dad who was a lawyer about this and he did the old “give me a dollar and I am your lawyer” deal and wrote me a short legal letter to my mother saying that if she touched the tires what would happen legally.

I handed her the letter, she got a good laugh out of it and the matter died there. Liberals on the other hand would have continued to go after the tires.

The Justice Department and FBI are investigating whether high-profile Trump supporters — including Roger Stone and Alex Jones — may have played a role in the Jan. 6 Capitol breach as part of a broader look into “the mind-set of those who committed violence and their apparent paths to radicalization,” according to people familiar with the investigation.

In other words, they did nothing wrong, but the Lefties will still waste time and money on an investigation.

The investigation into potential ties between key figures in the riot and those who promoted former president Donald Trump’s assertions that the election was stolen from him does not mean those who may have influenced rioters will face criminal charges, particularly given U.S. case law surrounding incitement and free speech, the people said.

Officials at this stage said they are principally seeking to understand what the rioters were thinking — and who may have influenced beliefs — which could be critical to showing their intentions at trial.

“We are investigating potential ties between those physically involved in the attack on the Capitol and individuals who may have influenced them, such as Roger Stone, Alex Jones and Stop the Steal organizer Ali Alexander,” said a U.S. official, who, like others, spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss a pending matter.

Stone is a longtime adviser to Trump, while Jones is a radio and web-streaming host behind Infowars.com. Stone and Alexander have directly credited each other with inspiring and planning the pro-Trump Stop the Steal campaign, with Alexander saying he came up with the idea and helped organize the Jan. 6 rally that drew Trump supporters to Washington.

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