Jason Miller forced to testify about ‘intoxicated’ Giuliani at Jan 6 sham show, Stirewalt’s face says it all

(Video: Fox News)

The extreme lengths that the made-for-TV farce, the House committee hearings on January 6, will go to in order to smear former President Donald Trump and his allies have grown so ludicrous that a willing participant was barely able to contain his laughter at the absurd line of questioning.

On Monday, the select committee resumed their heavily produced witch hunt that kicked off in primetime Thursday, not with any sort of shocking proof that Trump or his advisers had plotted an insurrection to overthrow the government, or even that they encouraged others to do so. Instead, as evidence of wrongdoing, they put forward that former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani (R) may have been drunk on election night.

“Was there anyone in that conversation who in your observation had had too much to drink?” an investigator asked of Gettr CEO and former Trump campaign senior adviser Jason Miller during a pre-recorded deposition.

“Mayor Giuliani,” Miller responded flatly.

“Tell me more about that,” the investigator pressed. “What was your observation about his potential intoxication during that discussion about what the president should say when he addressed the nation on election night?”

“The mayor was definitely intoxicated but I do not know his level of intoxication when he spoke with the president, for example,” Milller replied.

*Note the tweet below mistakenly claims Giuliani was ‘drunk’ on Jan 6th, but Miller testified he had too much to drink on Election night:

Former Fox News political editor Chris Stirewalt, who famously called Arizona in favor of then-candidate Joe Biden on election night 2020 well before any other outlet had reason to do so, was testifying live before the committee Monday when the deposition was played. Stirewalt suppressed laughter at the question of whether anyone “had had too much to drink” and his lasting bemused expression after encapsulated everything the American people need to know about the hearing.

The sham committee has made a laughing stock of the federal government and corporate media’s amplification of the spectacle will, in all likelihood, damage the nation’s reputation on the world stage for some time to come.

That hasn’t stopped the members of the committee from continuing to apply their most serious tones as they go on record discussing whether or not Giuliani’s had one too many while the Trump campaign celebrated what was expected to be a victory over Biden, as Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) did Monday.

(Video: C-SPAN)

“You will also hear testimony that President Trump rejected the advice of his campaign experts on election night and instead followed the course recommended by an apparently inebriated Rudy Giuliani to just claim he won and insist that the vote-counting stop to falsely claim everything was fraudulent,” Cheney detailed. “He falsely told the American people that the election was not legitimate. In his words, ‘a major fraud.’ Millions of Americans believed him.”

They went on to play more of Miller’s deposition that included him saying, “There were suggestions by, I believe it was Mayor Giuliani, to go and declare victory and say that we won it outright.”

Trump campaign manager Bill Stepien had also testified, “It was far too early to make any calls like that. Ballots were still being counted. Ballots were still going to be counted for days.”

This is the sort of shoddy investigative reporting that is created when evidence is collected with the intent to prove conclusions that have already been drawn.


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