Thursday, July 7, 2022

Liz Cheney’s J6 Committee Show Trial Theatrics Are Further Exposed After ‘Concerning Messages’ Source Is Revealed

Liz Cheney’s J6 Committee Show Trial Theatrics Are Further Exposed After ‘Concerning Messages’ Source Is Revealed

“Cheney could have asked Hutchinson about [the messages] right then and there. But she instead chose to do the TV tease and leave everybody hanging.” – Byron York

The January 6th hearings are unquestionably carefully orchestrated show trials designed to try and make self-important committee members look like they are “doing something!” to get to the bottom of the Capitol riot incident, who was allegedly behind it all, etc.

Unfortunately for the Democrat/NeverTrump “Republican” committee members, not only have they failed to produce any evidence that former President Trump intended to incite supporters to get them to breach the Capitol and/or was involved in some vast alleged conspiracy to subvert the democratic process or whatever, but their TV ratings have been abysmal, which is further confirmation that their efforts to “get Trump” are not the midterm election year motivator they’d intended them to be.

Just this week, we saw “star witness” Cassidy Hutchinson’s “bombshell” hearsay testimony about how Trump allegedly tried to assault a Secret Service agent in order to take over “the Beast” (or SUV) so he could join the protesters fall apart when the Secret Service told reporters that the two agents at the center of this fantastical tale were willing to testify under oath that what Hutchinson was told happened never happened, but that curiously they had not been called upon to do so this week by the committee for reasons that should be obvious to anyone.

And now, in addition to seeing other parts of Hutchinson’s testimony crumble, we’ve learned that the source for two “concerning” mystery messages Cheney teased towards the end of Hutchinson’s day of questioning was Hutchinson herself, though Cheney did not reveal that information after she read them:

The Jan. 6 select committee publicly pointed to two communications this week as potential evidence of Trump World’s efforts to influence witness testimony — without revealing their origin. Both were detailed to the panel by Cassidy Hutchinson, according to a person familiar with the last of her four depositions.

Both of the two slides that the panel revealed at the end of its live hearing with Hutchinson reflected conversations she described to the committee in her final closed-door deposition, this person said. Hutchinson told the committee at the time that, on the eve of her earlier March 7 deposition, an intermediary for former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows contacted her to say that her former boss valued her loyalty.


In response to the revelation that the messages came directly from Hutchinson, the DC Examiner‘s Byron York wrote a Twitter thread breaking down the absurd theatrical nature of what Cheney and the rest of the committee did (and did not do) in regards to the brief end-of-day slide presentation:

He wrote a more comprehensive breakdown here.

“Why doesn’t the committee just say what it knows?” York asked. Perhaps because it “knows” nothing and fully intends to drag this charade out as long as they can because the committee has nothing of substance to offer to American voters and (wrongly) believes that eventually, this will win voters over if they just hang on a little while longer.

All signs point to this not being a winning issue at all for Democrats come November, but the old saying comes to mind here about how it’s best not to interrupt one’s political enemies when they’re in the process of destroying themselves.

— Stacey Matthews has also written under the pseudonym “Sister Toldjah” and can be reached via Twitter. —

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