The complete and total failure of the Jan. 6 committee

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Epic failure.....

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/editorials/the-complete-total-failure-jan-6-committee

If you want to see just how out of touch with reality the Democratic Party has gotten itself over the Jan. 6 riot, look no further than former FBI agent Peter Strzok. The adulterous and unethical FBI agent told MSNBC this week, “If you look at the scale in terms of the threat to democracy — I mean, 9/11 was a tragedy. We lost thousands of lives in a horrific way that we still mourn to this day, but when you look at something that is an attack on democracy, something that could actually bring about a fundamental change to American governance as we understand it, 9/11 is nothing compared to January 6.”

So a protest that turned into a riot in which one rioter was killed by police is a very big deal compared to the mere intentional murder of thousands of innocent Americans. Got it.

Democrats think 9/11 is “nothing” compared to Jan. 6. No wonder their party is cruising toward an epic beating this November.

If you think Strzok is alone in his Jan. 6 delusions, just look at Harvard University’s latest poll asking voters to identify what are the “most important issues of the day.” Republicans said immigration (37%), inflation (24%), and jobs (21%). The nation as a whole said inflation (37%), jobs (29%), and immigration (23%). Pretty much the same.

But Democrats are on their own fantasy island where the second- and third-most important issues of the day are climate change (23%) and women’s rights (25%). And the No. 1 issue facing the country today, according to Democrats? You guessed it: Jan. 6 (27%).

Much of the blame for the Democratic Party’s freak-out over the regrettable occurrences that day belongs to the House committee investigating the riot, which has endlessly hyped and distorted the events leading up to Jan. 6 and the actual events of that day.

In perhaps the most blatantly partisan and cynical move by the committee, it deliberately leaked texts obtained by staff through its subpoena power to the press for the express purpose of trying to unseat a Republican senator.
 

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Epic failure.....

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/editorials/the-complete-total-failure-jan-6-committee

If you want to see just how out of touch with reality the Democratic Party has gotten itself over the Jan. 6 riot, look no further than former FBI agent Peter Strzok. The adulterous and unethical FBI agent told MSNBC this week, “If you look at the scale in terms of the threat to democracy — I mean, 9/11 was a tragedy. We lost thousands of lives in a horrific way that we still mourn to this day, but when you look at something that is an attack on democracy, something that could actually bring about a fundamental change to American governance as we understand it, 9/11 is nothing compared to January 6.”

So a protest that turned into a riot in which one rioter was killed by police is a very big deal compared to the mere intentional murder of thousands of innocent Americans. Got it.

Democrats think 9/11 is “nothing” compared to Jan. 6. No wonder their party is cruising toward an epic beating this November.

If you think Strzok is alone in his Jan. 6 delusions, just look at Harvard University’s latest poll asking voters to identify what are the “most important issues of the day.” Republicans said immigration (37%), inflation (24%), and jobs (21%). The nation as a whole said inflation (37%), jobs (29%), and immigration (23%). Pretty much the same.

But Democrats are on their own fantasy island where the second- and third-most important issues of the day are climate change (23%) and women’s rights (25%). And the No. 1 issue facing the country today, according to Democrats? You guessed it: Jan. 6 (27%).

Much of the blame for the Democratic Party’s freak-out over the regrettable occurrences that day belongs to the House committee investigating the riot, which has endlessly hyped and distorted the events leading up to Jan. 6 and the actual events of that day.


In perhaps the most blatantly partisan and cynical move by the committee, it deliberately leaked texts obtained by staff through its subpoena power to the press for the express purpose of trying to unseat a Republican senator.

@NJPSU is very stupid.
 

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Epic failure.....

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/editorials/the-complete-total-failure-jan-6-committee

If you want to see just how out of touch with reality the Democratic Party has gotten itself over the Jan. 6 riot, look no further than former FBI agent Peter Strzok. The adulterous and unethical FBI agent told MSNBC this week, “If you look at the scale in terms of the threat to democracy — I mean, 9/11 was a tragedy. We lost thousands of lives in a horrific way that we still mourn to this day, but when you look at something that is an attack on democracy, something that could actually bring about a fundamental change to American governance as we understand it, 9/11 is nothing compared to January 6.”

So a protest that turned into a riot in which one rioter was killed by police is a very big deal compared to the mere intentional murder of thousands of innocent Americans. Got it.

Democrats think 9/11 is “nothing” compared to Jan. 6. No wonder their party is cruising toward an epic beating this November.

If you think Strzok is alone in his Jan. 6 delusions, just look at Harvard University’s latest poll asking voters to identify what are the “most important issues of the day.” Republicans said immigration (37%), inflation (24%), and jobs (21%). The nation as a whole said inflation (37%), jobs (29%), and immigration (23%). Pretty much the same.

But Democrats are on their own fantasy island where the second- and third-most important issues of the day are climate change (23%) and women’s rights (25%). And the No. 1 issue facing the country today, according to Democrats? You guessed it: Jan. 6 (27%).

Much of the blame for the Democratic Party’s freak-out over the regrettable occurrences that day belongs to the House committee investigating the riot, which has endlessly hyped and distorted the events leading up to Jan. 6 and the actual events of that day.


In perhaps the most blatantly partisan and cynical move by the committee, it deliberately leaked texts obtained by staff through its subpoena power to the press for the express purpose of trying to unseat a Republican senator.
So a few hundred people getting pissed and damaging the building is worse than trying to steal an election with bogus claims of Russiagate backed up by a corrupt FBI, DOJ, WH, DNC, and national campaign. Using fake documents, lies, a compliant press to illegally frame a sitting President, stage a fake impeachment, and disrupt the democratic process is ok?

These people are totally scum criminals and at least 200 should spend the rest of their lives in prison. Hell, a few should executed for treason and sedition.
 
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Epic failure.....

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/editorials/the-complete-total-failure-jan-6-committee

If you want to see just how out of touch with reality the Democratic Party has gotten itself over the Jan. 6 riot, look no further than former FBI agent Peter Strzok. The adulterous and unethical FBI agent told MSNBC this week, “If you look at the scale in terms of the threat to democracy — I mean, 9/11 was a tragedy. We lost thousands of lives in a horrific way that we still mourn to this day, but when you look at something that is an attack on democracy, something that could actually bring about a fundamental change to American governance as we understand it, 9/11 is nothing compared to January 6.”

So a protest that turned into a riot in which one rioter was killed by police is a very big deal compared to the mere intentional murder of thousands of innocent Americans. Got it.

Democrats think 9/11 is “nothing” compared to Jan. 6. No wonder their party is cruising toward an epic beating this November.

If you think Strzok is alone in his Jan. 6 delusions, just look at Harvard University’s latest poll asking voters to identify what are the “most important issues of the day.” Republicans said immigration (37%), inflation (24%), and jobs (21%). The nation as a whole said inflation (37%), jobs (29%), and immigration (23%). Pretty much the same.

But Democrats are on their own fantasy island where the second- and third-most important issues of the day are climate change (23%) and women’s rights (25%). And the No. 1 issue facing the country today, according to Democrats? You guessed it: Jan. 6 (27%).

Much of the blame for the Democratic Party’s freak-out over the regrettable occurrences that day belongs to the House committee investigating the riot, which has endlessly hyped and distorted the events leading up to Jan. 6 and the actual events of that day.


In perhaps the most blatantly partisan and cynical move by the committee, it deliberately leaked texts obtained by staff through its subpoena power to the press for the express purpose of trying to unseat a Republican senator.
🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣
 

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So a few hundred people to g pissed and damaging the building is worse than trying to steal,an election with bogus claims of Russiagate backed up by a corrupt FBI, DOJ, WH, DNC, and national campaign. Using fake documents, lies, a compliant press to illegally frame a sitting President, stage a fake impeachment, and disrupt the democratic process is ok?

These people are totally scum criminals and at 200 should spend the rest of their lives in prison. Hell, a few should executed for treason and sedition.
The Durham face plant must be a big disappointment to you.
 
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And people know it...............................

Moral of the Durham trials: Jurors won't convict sources if the FBI wanted their bait​


https://justthenews.com/accountabil...ham-trials-jurors-wont-convict-sources-if-fbi

Special Counsel John Durham made a calculated decision to transform his only criminal trials — of Clinton lawyer Michael Sussmann and Steele dossier source Igor Danchenko — into forums for telling the story of the FBI's pursuit of the unsubstantiated Russia collusion narrative.

From pretrial motions and brutal cross-examinations of FBI witnesses to his parting words at the Danchenko trial, Durham telegraphed his disdain for the FBI's behavior to jurors in the courts of both law and public opinion.

The jury might very well conclude the FBI mishandled the Russia case, the veteran prosecutor declared Monday in his closing argument. "The government is not here to defend the FBI's performance in these matters," he added. Such comments gave license to jurors to acquit, as they did in the end.

Before it was over, Durham dropped bombshell after bombshell, with most landing on the FBI rather than the defendants:


  • Hillary Clinton personally approved sharing the Russia collusion narrative against Trump in fall 2016 even though her campaign wasn't sure it was true, former campaign manager Robby Mook testified.
  • The FBI offered Christopher Steele a whopping $1 million if he could prove the sensational allegations in his dossier, but he didn't, FBI witnesses testified.
  • The FBI included allegations from the Steele dossier in its FISA application to spy on the Trump campaign even though it hadn't verified a single element of the dossier, an FBI analyst testified.
  • Danchenko was hired as a confidential human source and recommended for hundreds of thousands of dollars even though the FBI had concerns he was tied to Russian intelligence and had lied to the bureau.
  • A Clinton-friendly PR executive, Charles Dolan, testified he lied to Danchenko, who then passed that lie on to Steele's dossier and then lied about Dolan being a source of the allegation.
  • The FBI ignored the warnings of its own analyst that the allegations of collusion might be disinformation inserted by Russian intelligence.
 
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Face plant? No, not really. He's exposed leftwing extremism in the FBI. Time for another Church Committee.
Exactly. Who cares if Igor Danchenko gets convicted of lying to the FBI. What he exposed was again how utterly corrupt the FBI has become. I am not confident an R Congress will expose them.
DoJ - corrupt
FBI - corrupt
CDC - zero credibility
Facebook, Twitter, You tube - massive censorship

I don't know when but this country is at a breaking point. When and how it occurs or what comes of it after is anyone's guess, but things are not encouraging.
 

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Exactly. Who cares if Igor Danchenko gets convicted of lying to the FBI. What he exposed was again how utterly corrupt the FBI has become. I am not confident an R Congress will expose them.
DoJ - corrupt
FBI - corrupt
CDC - zero credibility
Facebook, Twitter, You tube - massive censorship

I don't know when but this country is at a breaking point. When and how it occurs or what comes of it after is anyone's guess, but things are not encouraging.
We are 100x more equipped today than we were in the revolutionary war or the civil war. I realize the government has some crazy ass weapons but when shit hits the fan…..if it ever does, there is no doubt in my mind that other countries would get involved if our government was ever to use those weapons on it’s own citizens.
 
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Not disappointed but saddened. I expected it as there is no justice system in this country, especially in the swamp. This is just another example as to how far the country has fallen.
Where did the justice system fail? I don't recall Durham complaining that he did not get a fair shake. Sometimes you don't get the result you want but that is not the fault of the justice system in every instance. If you have specifics I would be interested.
 
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We are 100x more equipped today than we were in the revolutionary war or the civil war. I realize the government has some crazy ass weapons but when shit hits the fan…..if it ever does, there is no doubt in my mind that other countries would get involved if our government was ever to use those weapons on it’s own citizens.

And look at Iraq insurgency, they gave our military a run for their money...and you'd also need to factor in some states would use their own national guard forces - a civil war would not be pretty here.

You think WV, Texas, ect is just gonna let the federal government to start killing people with no resistance?
 
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Where did the justice system fail? I don't recall Durham complaining that he did not get a fair shake. Sometimes you don't get the result you want but that is not the fault of the justice system in every instance. If you have specifics I would be interested.
the justice system failed during the russiagate debacle, the steele dossier, the fisa warrants. ....not to be picky.
system is still failing with the biden laptop, the border - fentanyl, murders in chicago, NY..... I could go on, but hopefully you understand. Our justice system is failing us
 

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Epic failure.....

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/opinion/editorials/the-complete-total-failure-jan-6-committee

If you want to see just how out of touch with reality the Democratic Party has gotten itself over the Jan. 6 riot, look no further than former FBI agent Peter Strzok. The adulterous and unethical FBI agent told MSNBC this week, “If you look at the scale in terms of the threat to democracy — I mean, 9/11 was a tragedy. We lost thousands of lives in a horrific way that we still mourn to this day, but when you look at something that is an attack on democracy, something that could actually bring about a fundamental change to American governance as we understand it, 9/11 is nothing compared to January 6.”

So a protest that turned into a riot in which one rioter was killed by police is a very big deal compared to the mere intentional murder of thousands of innocent Americans. Got it.

Democrats think 9/11 is “nothing” compared to Jan. 6. No wonder their party is cruising toward an epic beating this November.

If you think Strzok is alone in his Jan. 6 delusions, just look at Harvard University’s latest poll asking voters to identify what are the “most important issues of the day.” Republicans said immigration (37%), inflation (24%), and jobs (21%). The nation as a whole said inflation (37%), jobs (29%), and immigration (23%). Pretty much the same.

But Democrats are on their own fantasy island where the second- and third-most important issues of the day are climate change (23%) and women’s rights (25%). And the No. 1 issue facing the country today, according to Democrats? You guessed it: Jan. 6 (27%).

Much of the blame for the Democratic Party’s freak-out over the regrettable occurrences that day belongs to the House committee investigating the riot, which has endlessly hyped and distorted the events leading up to Jan. 6 and the actual events of that day.


In perhaps the most blatantly partisan and cynical move by the committee, it deliberately leaked texts obtained by staff through its subpoena power to the press for the express purpose of trying to unseat a Republican senator.
We all knew this was set up for failure from day 1. Don't worry - we'll have a real investigation when the adults take the gavel back in a few short days.
 
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