The panel of crazed anti-Trumpers on Nancy Pelosi’s House Select Committee is failing to pique America’s interest in the events that occurred on Jan. 6, 2021.
Despite their attempts to manipulate what little viewers they have left, the Jan. 6 Witch Hunters have done absolutely nothing to prove that Donald Trump orchestrated an insurrection against the government. It just isn’t there!
Given the constant attacks lobbed against Trump even before his presidency, it wouldn’t be so outlandish to think those same people are willing to do anything they can (including stealing a presidential election) to ensure he doesn’t remain in office.
The “evidence” presented at the show trials confirms that, yes, Donald Trump did question the results and the overall legitimacy of the 2020 presidential election — and he has every right to do so!
What would you do if your reelection was decided by swing state counties that tallied more votes than they had registered voters? How does that make sense?
Meanwhile, have been multiple examples of both Republican and Democratic candidates questioning the results of a presidential election — but they didn’t have the benefit of a global pandemic, which Democrats exploited to conceal their fraudulent tactics in 2020.
On Monday, the second day of show trials kicked off with the sole purpose of attacking Trump for daring to question the 2020 election results. The panel hopes to establish evidence of Trump questioning the results in the hopes they can prove he was involved in and orchestrated an insurrection against the government.
The goal was to argue that Trump inspired his supporters to storm the Capitol by convincing them that the election had been “stolen” and that they had to prevent an illegitimate president from being installed by stopping the certification of the result.
The panel played video depositions of various individuals who had testified before the committee behind closed doors since refusing to do so would’ve resulted in a contempt of Congress charge.
Notable testimonies included those of former presidential adviser and Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner; former Attorney General Bill Barr (whom the Democrat-run House had already voted to hold in contempt over his refusal to hand over grand jury documents in the “Russia collusion” hoax); and former Fox News reporter Chris Stirewalt.
Interviews featuring Rudy Giuliani were also played.
And it what the most shocking part of the trial (and the least discussed) was the absence of Trump’s former campaign adviser Bill Stepien (who now serves as campaign manager for Harriet Hageman — Liz Cheney’s opponent).
The panel received massive backlash after it issued a subpoena against Stepien. Many argue this was a way for Liz Cheney to rattle her reelection opponent just after Hageman received an endorsement (and a huge approval bump) from Former President Trump.
The theme was the same throughout: Trump seized on theories that votes had been switched or that there had been massive voter fraud; individuals close to Trump were said to have counseled him against pursuing those theories, and individuals on camera during the January 6 event cited similar theories as their motivations.
The presence of hyper-anti-Trump partisanship already proves these show trials – and the entire Committee – are a total scam. They’re merely a last-ditch effort for vulnerable lawmakers to win over more voters before the midterm elections.
The panel of Witch Hunters has yet to discuss why Democrats themselves prepared to question the 2020 election results, why Nancy Pelosi called off requests for additional security, or why Donald Trump’s calls for peaceful protests have all been wholly ignored.
Author: Ann Taylor