Trump Proven RIGHT – Dems Lied And We Have PROOF

According to a witness, then-President Donald Trump had not grappled with a private service agent and had in fact asked for troops to guard the Capitol, according to recently made public transcripts of the committee’s private evidence on January 6.

The committee withheld the transcript of a January 28, 2022, closed-door interview with then-Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) and Deputy Chief of Staff Anthony Ornato because it emphasized dramatic assertions that the evidence contradicted.

Cheney specifically supported the claims made by Cassidy Hutchinson, a former Trump adviser, who made it known in public and with much media attention that Trump had attempted to use his official car and drive to the Capitol riot.

Breitbart News and other outlets pointed out that, at the time of Hutchinson’s dramatic statement in June 2022, a number of people, including Ornato, were ready to give public evidence in opposition to her allegations (which were also completely unfounded).

However, Cheney and the other committee members declined Ornato’s offer, using the same strategy that member Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) had employed when he left uncomfortable witnesses behind during the initial impeachment investigation.

Furthermore, according to Cheney and the committee’s final report, there was no proof that Trump had asked for 10,000 National Guard soldiers to guard the Capitol. Ornato had really testified that she had heard Trump do just that.

Reporter Mollie Hemingway of the Federalist wrote on the discovery of the Ornato transcript by Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA), the chairman of the House Administration’s Subcommittee on Oversight. According to Hemingway,

“The Federalist has received a previously undisclosed transcript from former Representative Liz Cheney’s January 6 Committee, which withheld proof indicating President Trump wanted¬†10,000 National Guard troops to safeguard the nation’s capital.”

“Cheney and her committee erroneously said that they could find “no proof” to back up the assertions made by Trump administration officials that the White House had expressed a desire for 10,000 National Guard soldiers. In reality, the committee included exactly such material from a critical source in an early transcript of an interview. Cheney attended and took part in the interview, which was withheld from the public until recently.”

“Ornato said that he had not heard anything about Trump’s decision to visit the Capitol that day when asked. Ornato said that Trump had flown over and driven past two prior rallies and that his advisers had previously determined that he would not be attending the day’s activities.”

It was discovered previously that a large portion of the material gathered by the January 6 Committee had been destroyed. Loudermilk was also unfairly singled out by the committee for bogus charges that he had offered a tour to Capitol rioters before the incident.

In late 2022, after then-incoming Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (D-CA) had instructed it to save all of the evidence it had gathered, it nonetheless went ahead and did so.

Strangely, Trump is still prosecuted at the federal level for allegedly mismanaging official records.

Author: Scott Dowdy

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