An unmistakable anti-Trump bias prevalent on the Jan. 6 House Select Committee has caused its members to abandon all ethical standards when presenting “evidence” of Trump’s wrongdoing to the American public.
On Tuesday, committee members called on ex-White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson to testify about an event that occurred on Jan. 6 which she was not present for. Her entire testimony was hearsay, a tall tale told to her by Anthony “Tony” Ornato, former the White House’s deputy chief of staff for operations.
Hutchinson said Ornato said the Secret Service had denied Trump’s request to go to the Capitol following his speech at a park near the National Mall and that “Tony described him as being irate.”
According to Hutchinson, Trump lunged at the driver of his presidential limousine in an attempt to jostle the steering wheel away. The ex-aide claimed the Former President then assaulted a separate Secret Service agent out of anger over their refusal to take him back to the Capitol Building.
Yesterday, Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony got everyone's attention! pic.twitter.com/Wh6JuUqcWZ
— Jacqueline Brown Reed (@iSurmise3) June 29, 2022
Within hours of her testimony, multiple reporters said they were told both Secret Service agents in question were prepared to testify under oath that Trump did not grab the steering wheel or assault any agent on Jan. 6.
Essentially, the J6 committee did not do its due diligence and failed to corroborate Hutchinson’s testimony with the Secret Service.
We’ve learned from an individual close to the Secret Service that it had not been contacted for its thoughts on the videotaped testimony made by Hutchinson before the committee invited her to speak. Hutchinson’s testimony was actually the first they’ve heard of Trump supposedly jostling the steering wheel of his presidential limousine.
Anthony Guglielmi, the chief of communications for the U.S. Secret Service, said that there was “new information” alleged by Hutchinson in the hearing. Guglielmi asserted that “we are willing to make anyone in the Secret Service available to comment on the record” about the events in question, including the allegations of a physical altercation.
Meanwhile, Hutchinson’s legal representation says the former White House aide “stands by her testimony”
“Ms. Hutchinson stands by all of the testimony she provided yesterday, under oath, to the Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol,” Hunt said Wednesday.
Former President Donald Trump responded to Hutchinson’s allegations both on social media and in an interview with Newsmax. He denies the allegations, calling Hutchinson a “social climber.”
WATCH: Former President Trump reacts to Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony to the January 6 panel, on Thursday's "Wake Up America."
"The woman is living in fantasy land. She's a social climber."@RobFinnertyUSA
— Newsmax (@newsmax) June 30, 2022
Meanwhile, Biden’s Justice Department continues to violate the civil rights of many Jan. 6 protestors.
More than 840 defendants have been arrested in relation to the Capitol protest, including approximately 250 defendants charged with assaulting, resisting, or impeding law enforcement officers. They face inhumane conditions as they rot in a gulag somewhere in Washington D.C.
Author: Robert Bogart