If the January 6th Committee show is short-and-sweet, say a few weeks, it will be quickly forgotten in the welling summertime heat as the great masses of America groan under $5… $7… maybe $10-a-gallon gasoline prices (or maybe no gas at all) while diesel prices at $6.50 today are already destroying the trucking industry — and thus the entire system for delivering all goods around the country.
January 6 Commission
America must end this two-tiered system of justice created by the Democratic Party Communists, who have recently grabbed power across the board in all our most important institutions if we are to ever restore America and heal Her of all the damage done by these radicals. Those conservative and independent Americans who still love this country must hold the 117th Congress in contempt of America.
My advice, then, is to take the televised January 6th hearings for the grand entertainment it’s intended to be. Enjoy the sob stories of the Capitol Police officers pretending to suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder. Behold the terrible “threat to our Democracy” of the bare-chested interloper in a horned helmet chatting-up security guards in the Senate chamber.
Evidence presented by the prosecution was highly suspect, or downright misleading. For example: the jury was shown undercover video of the conspirators casing the Whitmer lake home. There was even video of their truck in the home’s driveway. Except all of the occupants of the truck were either agents or informants. None of the defendants were involved in casing the Whitmer home, because they had gotten lost that night.
The committee wants to break attorney-client privilege because Eastman is obviously a criminal, since he works for Donald Trump and he is reported to have written a legal opinion that differs from that of the committee. That certainly makes him a “threat actor” (per the DHS), but I’m not seeing how asserting the constitutional rights of his client makes him a criminal.
In a reality outside of Alice’s Wonderland, the request would have been required and met with full unredacted documents provided. Judicial Watch is a member of the media and thus has full rights to the request. There are also terms within the Act that specify how long they can drag their feet, which they have exceeded.
McConnell should be rallying the GOP base, the collection of people that will actually vote in 2022 and drive the red wave, if it does still occur. Instead, he’s taking time to smear the most pro-Trump, deep red Republicans as violent insurrectionists and defending the RINOs that did seemingly everything in their power to bring about a GOP defeat in 2020.
We know, from the Gretchen Whitmer kidnapping conspiracy, the FBI used undercover agents and informants to “solve” that case before any danger befell the governor. In fact, it now appears the FBI undercover agents and informants may have been actively involved in promoting the conspiracy. The case agent in that case was fired after being charged with spousal abuse and two other agents had to be removed from the case to avoid having to testify.
Assume for a moment that there really was a coup, but that it hadn’t been fully consolidated. Wouldn’t those who had illegitimately assumed control be working hard to consolidate their power and eliminate potential opposition? After all, Stalin, after taking power in the Russian Revolution set about systematically eliminating anyone who might pose a threat to him. He even went so far as to send an assassin to Mexico to eliminate Leon Trotsky, who was killed with a climber’s ice axe through his temple.
As the financial guys say: Past performance is the best predictor of future behavior. So, what have the Oath Keepers done in the past? They’ve defended the property rights of private citizens, protested an election that half of America thinks was stolen and accused Biden of being a Chinese puppet. Stewart Rhodes must have learned a thing or two about the Constitution at Yale Law. All of his organization’s past activities have been entirely consistent with the Constitution — freedom of speech, freedom of assembly, property rights, and government by the people
In August of 2021, the FBI said there was no evidence of a coordinated attack on the Capitol. Now, in January of 2022, the FBI is saying that Rhodes organized teams to conduct an armed paramilitary operation to prevent congressional certification of the vote. There’s just one problem: It never happened. Except for the activities of Ray Epps, who is no longer wanted by the FBI, there was no coordination at all of the mob at the Capitol. Stewart Rhodes was present, but he never entered the Capitol, and like the other Oath Keepers present, he was unarmed.
The deep state is behaving like any other criminal enterprise. Success leads to hubris and their adventures get bolder and bolder. The deep state has already affected an election outcome. How swollen do you suppose their ego has become? But eventually hubris meets nemesis. They go too far. They take too many chances, and are exposed. Was January 6 the operation that went too far? Was stealing an election not enough? Did they have to discredit all conservatives as well?
What I mean to say is that they’ll be tearing through that should-be-privileged material trying to find communications that prove Trump was complicit in organizing the Capitol breach. Even more exciting to them is the possibility that they may uncover something indicating Trump considered some form of actual insurrection against the illegitimate government that was about to be installed on that day…a real, honest-to-goodness smoking gun.
Democrats have been talking about January 6th as much as possible since… well, since January 6th. Whether it’s Joe Biden or Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer or Kamala Harris, January 6th is the cornerstone of their immediate political strategy, and they’ve been planning on Americans’ anger over the riots propelling them to victory during next year’s midterm elections. In poker parlance, the Dems are all-in on January 6th, and so is their media.
Isn’t it interesting that Pelosi didn’t want witnesses to be called during the second impeachment proceedings against President Trump. She knew she would be one of the first called to testify, since many Republicans were already aware that she had warnings and did not act accordingly to ensure the Capitol’s security that day.
Okay, so they didn’t really claim insanity as a defense for voting to empanel a commission to investigate the January 6th protest/riot/insurrection/domestic terrorist attack (pick one). But voting for this nonsense can rightly be called an act of insanity.