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New report exposes radical Left and completely rips apart the J6 narrative


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Those on the Left cannot seem to get over January 6th. And they are doing everything they can to use it against Trump.

But now, a new report has completely exposed the radical Left and ripped apart their J6 narrative.

A recently released report from the January 6 Select Committee has completely contradicted previous claims.

Cassidy Hutchinson, a prominent witness in the J6 committee hearing, stated that Trump “lunged” for the wheel and attacked a Secret Service agent while riding in a limo after his rally on January 6, demanding to be taken to the Capitol Building where a riot was forming.

However, the recently released transcript from an interview conducted by the January 6 Select Committee contradicts her claims.

A Secret Service agent who was operating the car on January 6 reportedly informed House investigators that “the president was insistent on going to the Capitol,” and that “it was clear to me he wanted to go to the Capitol,” according to the New York Times.

He added that “He was not screaming at Mr. Engel.”

“He was not screaming at me. Certainly his voice was raised, but it did not seem to me that he was irate — certainly not, certainly didn’t seem as irritated or agitated as he had on the way to the Ellipse.”

Even the driver completely disagreed with Mark Meadow’s aid Hutchinson and verified that Trump never “lunged” or even reached.

“I did not see him reach,” the driver claimed.

“He never grabbed the steering wheel. I didn’t see him, you know, lunge to try to get into the front seat at all. You know, what stood out was the irritation in his voice, more than his physical presence.”

The driver said he did remember Trump being “upset that the vice president was unwilling to not certify the Electoral College.”

He also emphasized that Trump never thought that there would be much danger in going to the Capitol since much of the crowd were his own supporters.

The agent said, “I don’t remember exactly what prompted it or how that portion of the conversation kind of grew organically, but he was pushing pretty hard to go.”

“The thing that sticks out most was he kept asking why we couldn’t go, why we couldn’t go, and that he wasn’t concerned about the people that were there or referenced them being Trump people or Trump supporters.”

The information was not released because the committee agreed to avoid disclosing “privacy information, for-official-use-only information, intelligence and law enforcement sensitive records and raw intelligence information.”

Jonathan E. Meyer, general counsel for the Department of Homeland Security, stated in a letter that the committee had asked the department to search through the transcripts of these interviews for sensitive material.

Meyer had previously informed House Republicans in February that the agency was still going through the interviews more than a year after the driver was questioned.

House Republicans examined why those with direct knowledge of the matter were questioned months after Hutchinson, who stated she had learned about the allegations from someone else about the vehicle ride, in a report they released on Monday afternoon regarding their probe into the J6 committee.

According to the report, “records obtained by the Subcommittee indicate that the Select Committee waited until November 2022 to interview them – well over four months after Hutchinson’s public testimony, and when it was obvious Republicans would win control of the House.”

The radical Left cannot get past January 6, and they will continue to use it against Trump for as long as they can.

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