January 6th incident garbled with muddled misinformation

Op-ed views and opinions expressed are solely those of the author.

Has anyone taken the time to physically walk from the spot where President Donald Trump delivered his infamous January 6th speech to the Capitol Building? I did. For attendees to have taken the stroll, even those in the back of the crowd, was a logistical impossibility!

Also mysteriously disappearing from the narrative was the fact that a large number of the alleged assaulters were armed with one-gallon plastic jugs of milk. Question: “Significance?” Answer: “Anticipation of tear gas.”

This detail, in itself, suggests that the event was likely staged. Only trained rioters would be sufficiently insightful to bring a tear gas deterrent. One America News did catch Trump supporters urging these participants not to engage in vandalism, calling them “ANTIFA.”

I was not in attendance on that cold, blustery Washington, D.C. day. For those I know who were there, the initial entrants were not Trump supporters, although some were attired in Trump garb. Who were they?

As one source phrased, “I’m not sure. But, they were organized. We were telling them not to break into the Capitol, but they ignored us. Then, when people began showing up, the doors were wide open and people started walking in.”

A great many were arrested and subsequently denied due process. I recall mentioning to Kentucky 6th district Congressman Andy Barr that his “fifth great” Uncle, Martin Barr, had experienced a similar fate in 1862.

Barr, an Associated Press correspondent, had written a piece that suggested that, if forced to forego its Civil War neutrality, Kentucky should cast its lot with the South, due to “cultural ties.” Shortly after the piece ran, secret service agents showed up at his home in the wee hours, spiriting him to Fort Lafayette in the New York harbor. There he remained until the end of the war.

As with the January 6th participants, Habeas Corpus was deemed inapplicable! Today, internees languish in reportedly squalid conditions. It is reminiscent of a 1982 HBO movie, “Gulag,” where an American sportscaster was held in a Moscow prison for months while his wily Soviet interrogator attempted to exhume a “spying” confession from him.

The conclusion of Trump’s speech has been manipulatively suppressed by mainstream media. Why? Because his use of the word “peace” didn’t fit the narrative.

The House January 6 panel is beyond an insult to the American people. Why would Reps. Adam Kinzinger and Liz Cheney be chosen to serve on the panel? It’s common knowledge that they are the two most vehement enemies of Donald Trump in the party. Are they assuming that we are all stupid?

Perhaps the greatest misnomer of them all comes from the former Vice President himself. When asked, Mike Pence states that he did not have the constitutional authority to evoke the 12th Amendment. For those who survived the media murky water, this was never the chosen option.

There were seven states that sent electors to Washington, DC. They were Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Nevada, New Mexico, and Wisconsin. Pence was simply asked to refer the electors back to these individual states’ general assemblies for confirmation. In essence, confirm which electors spoke for their state. It was simply a request for Pence to “kick the can” back to the states. Nothing more.

It is believed that both Rudy Giuliani and Jenn Ellis urged this option. On paper, it looked like a sound strategy. There were cries of election fraud in six of the seven states. Pence was seen by most as a loyal ally of the president. His about-face will forever haunt Trump supporters.


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