TFG Calls for Arresting Liz Cheney for Destroying Evidence

In March, 11, 2024’s blog, News Views featured a brief segment on Representative Barry Loudermilk’s (Idiot-GA) tweet claiming, “Evidence indicates the J6 Select Committee intentionally suppressed critical testimony about President Trump’s push for National Guard troops.” News Views even featured a comment posted on a RW Shithole that suggested issuing a “supina” {sic} 🙄 to find out why the J6 Committee “rigged the outcome of their phony committee.” 🙄🙄 The illiterate Masterbatorcreator has since fixed his illiterate mess, but I digress.

Where is the Adjudicated Rapist getting his information from so RW Shitholes can regurgitate his vomit regardless of its accuracy and truthfulness? Answer: The Federalist. Last week, the far right shithole published some garbage written by Kash Patel…yeah, way credible, that one, who claimed he was there when TFG “authorized 10,000 National Guard troops days before Jan. 6 in the Oval Office.”

Of course the Adjudicated Rapist believed the nonsense Kash Patel published and has doubled down on his “push for former Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) to be prosecuted over allegations she and the other Jan. 6 committee members purposely withheld testimony and details from their investigation into the former president’s actions during the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol insurrection.”

Ms. Cheney replied to the Adjudicated Rapist’s ‘truth.’

Regardless of what Kash Patel has claimed and TFG regurgitated, both The Associated Press and Washington Post debunked these claims in 2022 and 2021 respectively.

“Don’t forget, President Trump requested increased National Guard support in the days leading up to January 6. The request was rejected — by Pelosi, by congressional leaders, including requests, by the way, from the Capitol Police chief.”

-Sean Hannity to Mark Meadows

“What we also know is that President Trump wanted to make sure that the people that came, that there was a safe environment for that kind of assembly. And I’ve said that publicly before — the 10,000 National Guard troops that he wanted to make sure that everything was safe and secure. … Obviously having those National Guards available, actually the reason they were able to respond when they did, was because President Trump had actually put them on alert.”

Meadows to Hannity


As we have documented before, President Donald Trump never requested 10,000 National Guard troops to secure the Capitol that day. He threw out a number, in casual conversation, that is now regarded by his supporters as a lifeline to excuse his inaction when a mob inspired by his rhetoric invaded the Capitol.

CLAIM: Former President Donald Trump signed an order to deploy 20,000 National Guard troops before his supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, but was stopped by the House sergeant at arms, at the behest of Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

AP’S ASSESSMENT: False. While Trump was involved in discussions in the days prior to Jan. 6 about the National Guard response, he issued no such order before or during the rioting. Speaker Pelosi does not control National Guard troops.

According to Ad Fontes Media, Latin for “to the source,” who analyzes media sources for their content and rates them for accuracy, etc., it should come as no surprise to people who also “considers the source” that Ad Fontes Media has placed The Federalist “in the Hyper-Partisan Right category of bias and as Unreliable, Problematic in terms of reliability.”

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