Liz Cheney Accidentally Cuts Out the Entire Purpose of the January 6 Committee by Release of Mark Meadows Text

Is it… Liz Cheney just unwittingly owning herself and the entire January 6th House board of directors by trying to own the Trump team?

It’s correct. Looks like she did.

Congresswoman Wyoming, who I think we still have to say is a Republican even though she is no longer considered a by the GOP in her home state, has been going all-in since the 2020 election after previously presenting herself as a staunch loyalist to former President Donald Trump.

We can say, however, that she went all the way around her and the committee’s ruthless campaign on 6 January against Mark Meadows, a former congressman who served as Trump’s chief of staff and whom they have asked to be considered criminal because he refused to comply with their subpoena.

Cheney just inadvertently proves that there is no uprising.


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In Monday, New York Times reported, Cheney read aloud text messages sent to Meadows from Donald Trump Jr. and Fox News hosts Laura Ingraham, Sean Hannity and Brian Kilmeade as the intrusion was underway. All of them urgently conveyed the need for the then-president to publicly and resolutely condemn violence as it spiraled out of control.

In doing so, however, she inadvertently revealed that Trump and his supporters were both surprised and concerned by the riot and that there was a general consensus that it should end.

So, you know, not exactly an uprising, and like what we have doubt all the same – that a small group of peaceful protesters stormed the Capitol, followed by less violent, less opportunistic Trump supporters who proceeded around the building, taking selfies and videos and perhaps mistakenly hoped that the election would be legally overturned in the Houses of Parliament by the legislators who had vowed to challenge it that day.

As the messages revealed by Cheney showed, Trump’s team recognized right away that this was a terrible event that needed to be prevented and denounced, in the first place.

“He must condemn this ASAP,” Trump Jr wrote to Meadows, who replied that he had “promoted it the hard way.”


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“We need an Oval address. He has to take the lead now. It went too far and got out of hand,” the younger Trump added in another text.

“Mark, the president needs to tell everyone at the Capitol to go home,” Ingraham wrote. “He is destroying his legacy.”

Cheney claimed that the text messages “leave no doubt” that “the White House knows exactly what is happening here on the Capitol.”

Yes, and they also demonstrate that the White House quickly orchestrated Trump’s response, condemning the violence and asking his supporters to go home.

What he did.

The colloquial accusation against Camp Trump that the infiltration of the Capitol was intentional uprising attempt towards those seeking to overturn the 2020 election.

This is the fundamental claim behind the historic second attempt to impeach the former president – that Trump and his allies, in their dismay over the outcome of the election, have sown disease among supporters. Their support terrified members of Congress to try somehow to overthrow the government and install him. as our great orange emperor (or something).

In fact, Trump and his allies challenged the election legal, and some legislators have raised their objections to the Electoral College votes on January 6 because they are completely free to do, although most recognize that the inauguration rate of Biden’s stop is pretty low.

It should also be noted that the text messages also undermine Cheney’s claim that it is remarkable that the White House knew what was going on that day, because apparently Trump Jr., Ingraham, Hannity and Kilmeade , all private citizens, knew, as did anyone who had access to cable news or social media at the time.

“At this point, it’s very clear that whatever you think of Donald Trump, what happened on January 6 was as much of a surprise to him as anyone else.” RedState blog noted. “The idea that he was hatching and leading some sort of master plan to try to stay in power and stay in office never made sense from what we know.

“Besides, it makes even less sense when you think it… not happening. Usually, when you want to make a coup, you really know, you’re going to make a coup. Instead, Trump denounced what happened, even if it was a few hours later than some would have liked. He then left the White House without any objection.”

As Ingraham noted in her grieving texts to Meadows, Invasion of the Capitol has done a great deal of damage to Trump’s impressive legacy, albeit highly controversial in Washington. It’s exponentially more beneficial to the establishment making him ever more disgusted with him or his claims of electoral fraud and corruption.

So we have to ask – what is the January 6 commission even trying to prove at this point? Because it just inadvertently proves that there is no uprising.

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