Anonymous ID: 022be4 June 18, 2022, 4:37 p.m. No.16469584   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>9751 >>9780 >>9799 >>9937 >>0117 >>0139 >>0210 >>0255 >>0322


‘Impeachment No. 3’: Jan. 6 panel isn’t swaying these swing-state Republicans


Republican voters in Nevada were aware Tuesday that the Jan. 6 committee was building a public case that Donald Trump knew the election wasn’t stolen.


They saw some of the committee’s new video footage of violence at the Capitol on Jan. 6.


“Reprehensible,” said one voter.


“Disgusting,” said a second.


“It has everybody angry,” said a third.


It wasn’t the noose hanging outside the Capitol that upset them, the chants of “hang Mike Pence” or the testimony of the president’s former attorney general.


Instead, it was “Washington politicians” and “the media establishment,” several voters interviewed said, who they saw as trying to stack the deck against the former president.


“It might as well be impeachment No. 3 for Donald Trump,” said Judy Cameron, a Reno retiree who had just voted in Nevada’s Republican primaries on Tuesday with her husband. “This is their big push to get Donald Trump off the ballot.”


NBC News talked to more than two dozen voters in both Washoe and Clark counties — the two most populous in Nevada — and found that the Jan. 6 committee hearings that captivated Washington not only failed to persuade these voters but pushed them in the opposite direction.


Among this sampling of Republicans, including in Washoe, the swingiest county in one of the nation’s swingiest states, it has hardened partisan views, spawned more conspiracies or deepened fealty toward Trump.



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MSNBC panel wonders if Ginni Thomas should be ‘perp-walked’ by Jan. 6 Committee


During MSNBC’s The Cross Connection on Saturday, host Tiffany Cross wondered if the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, Ginni Thomas, was going to get "perp-walked" for her actions surrounding former President Trump contesting the 2020 election results.


Cross claimed that she felt Thomas deserved it for her "violation of the law" or violation of "ethical norms" in promoting Trump’s stolen election claim.


Her guest agreed, saying that if Thomas didn't face consequences, they all might as well "pack it up and go home."


Thomas has been summoned to testify to the January 6 Committee over her alleged communications with Trump election lawyer John Eastman days before the January 6, 2021 Capitol Hill riot.



Anonymous ID: 022be4 June 18, 2022, 5:42 p.m. No.16469924   🗄️.is 🔗kun   >>0117 >>0139 >>0210 >>0255 >>0322

Jan. 6 panel gets caught spreading a whopper worthy of Russia collusion, Biden laptop


The Donald Trump era has brought countless examples in which Democrats, bureaucrats, and the establishment news media wove a sensational tale that turned out to be false.


There's the Russia collusion caper that wasn't, the 51 security experts who wrongly claimed Hunter Biden's laptop was misinformation, the Ukraine quid-pro-quo call that had neither a quid nor a quo, and the Moscow bounties on U.S. troops' heads that never happened.


Now the Jan. 6 panel — led in part by the Russian collusion advocate Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif. — has been called on the carpet for falsely suggesting a GOP lawmaker ran a reconnaissance mission inside the Capitol for Jan. 6 protesters the day before the riot.


Ironically, the man who blew that whistle is the new Capitol Police Chief J. Thomas Manger, who got his job on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's watch but handed Republicans vindication on an allegation they long claimed was a smear.


Manger wrote in a letter Monday to Congress, which Just the News obtained, that an exhaustive review of security footage found no evidence that Republican Rep. Barry Loudermilk of Georgia did anything other than give constituents a tour of some congressional office buildings.


In fact, the chief said, the congressman didn’t even enter the U.S. Capitol with the group.


“There is no evidence that Representative Loudermilk entered the U.S. Capitol with this group on January 5, 2021,” Manger wrote in a letter to Rep. Rodney Davis, R-Ill., the ranking Republican on the House Administration Committee. “We train our officers on being alert for people conducting surveillance or reconnaissance, and we do not consider any of the activities we observed as suspicious.”