PROOF: January 6 Committee Lied About Trump

( – Contrary to what then-Congresswoman Liz Cheney and other members of the January 6 Committee told the world based on the second-hand testimony of one White House staffer, according to sworn testimony by Secret Service agents, former President Donald Trump did not assault Secret Service agents.

Additionally, Trump never attempted to grab the steering wheel when he urged the agents to take him to the U.S. Capitol following his speech to supporters near the White House.

The committee hid the transcript of a private session with Deputy Chief of Staff Anthony Ornato and former Representative Liz Cheney (R-WY) on January 28, 2022, as it amplified sensational claims that the testimony contradicted.

Specifically, Cheney expanded the declarations by former Trump aide Cassidy Hutchinson, who publicly alleged that Trump had attempted to grab control of his presidential vehicle to head to the Capitol riot.

Despite various people, including Ornato, being poised to publicly refute Hutchinson’s claims, Cheney and the committee avoided Ornato’s offer, and employed a similar tactic of Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) during the initial impeachment inquiry, leaving inconvenient witnesses in the lurch.

Furthermore, the committee and Cheney argued in their final report that there was no proof Trump had requested 10,000 National Guard troops to safeguard the Capitol. Contrary to this, Ornato testified to hearing Trump doing exactly that.

Mollie Hemingway of the Federalist uncovered the existence of the Ornato transcript, which the House Administration’s Subcommittee on Oversight, led by Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA), brought to light. Hemingway reported:

“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 officials’ 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…”

When asked whether he had heard anything about Trump’s intensions to visit the Capitol that day, Ornato denied it.

The January 6 Committee unfairly targeted Loudermilk with baseless allegations that he had provided tours to Capitol rioters before the incident, previously discovered that the committee had destroyed of much of the evidence it had gathered.

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