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CONFIRMED: January 6 Committee LIED!

United States: Testimonies from confidential witnesses, unveiled by the January 6 Committee, recently disclosed that the then-President Donald Trump did indeed request troops to safeguard the Capitol and refrained from physical altercations with Secret Service agents.

The committee opted not to release the transcript of a private interview conducted with then-Representative Liz Cheney (R-WY) and Deputy Chief of Staff Anthony Ornato on January 28, 2022. This decision stemmed from its focus on sensational claims that contradicted available evidence.

Cheney explicitly corroborated assertions made by Cassidy Hutchinson, a former adviser to Trump, who publicly alleged that Trump endeavored to commandeer his official vehicle and head towards the Capitol riot.

When Hutchinson made her startling declaration in June 2022, various individuals, including Ornato, were prepared to testify publicly to refute her claims (which were also rebutted in multiple ways).

However, Cheney and other committee members declined Ornato’s proposition, adopting a strategy reminiscent of Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), who omitted uncomfortable witnesses during the initial impeachment probe.

Furthermore, according to Cheney and the committee’s final report, there was no substantiation that Trump sought 10,000 National Guard troops to protect the Capitol. Ornato had indeed testified that she heard Trump make such a request.

Mollie Hemingway of The Federalist disclosed that the House Administration’s Subcommittee on Oversight, led by Representative Barry Loudermilk (R-GA), uncovered the Ornato transcript. Hemingway stated,

According to Hemingway, “Former Rep Liz Cheney’s January 6 committee suppressed evidence that President Donald Trump pushed for 10,000 National Guard Troops to protect the nation’s capital, a previously hidden transcript obtained by the Federalist shows.”

“Cheney and her committee falsely claimed they had ‘no evidence’ to support Trump official’s claims the White House had communicated its desire for 10,000 National Guard Troops. In fact, an early transcribed interview conducted by the committee included precisely that evidence from a key source. The interview, which Cheney attended and personally participated in, was suppressed from public release until now.”

“Asked if he had ever heard anything about Trump deciding to go to the Capitol that day, Ornato said he hadn’t. Ornato said Trump had driven by a previous rally, had flown over another, and that handlers had previously decided against him joining the day’s events.”

It was previously revealed that a substantial amount of evidence collected by the January 6 Committee had been obliterated. Additionally, Loudermilk was unfairly targeted by the committee with baseless accusations of offering a tour to Capitol rioters before the incident.

This occurred despite specific instructions from then-incoming Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy (D-CA) to preserve all evidence gathered in late 2022.

Strikingly, Trump is still facing federal prosecution for allegedly mishandling official records.

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