(Republican Party News) – If you quiet the dog, tell the kids to hush, and turn off every appliance in your house, listening carefully in complete silence, you might be able to hear the sound of Rep. Liz Cheney screaming her guts out.
According to The Western Journal, following the testimony of former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson on June 28, Vice Chair of the Jan. 6 Committee Liz Cheney was absolutely positive she had the smoking gun she needed to hammer President Donald Trump. After all, her star had delivered as promised.
But, when the testimony was given a closer look, it’s been revealed that there are a few “facts” that didn’t add up. As time has slipped by, the gap between the statements made by Hutchinson and what actually happened has continued to grow.
“The Secret Service quickly disputed Hutchinson’s allegations that Trump had lunged at his driver and tried to grab the steering wheel and said agents were ready to say so — under oath,” the report stated.
“Moreover, it turned out that the committee never tried to corroborate Hutchinson’s accusations, which, had it been conducting an impartial — and ethical — investigation, would have been its first course of action,” the Western Journal reported.
Hutchinson then went on to make the claim that her testimony that she wrote a statement for Trump on a notecard on Jan. 6 which said, “Anyone who entered the Capitol without proper authority should leave immediately,” according to a report published by The Washington Examiner.
There’s just one problem though.
A representative for former White House Attorney Eric Herschmann spoke with ABC News a week ago and stated that Herschmann was the one who had written the note, not Hutchinson.
“All sources with direct knowledge and law enforcement have and will confirm that it was written by Mr. Herschmann,” the representative stated.
Oh and that’s not all the damage that was done to Hutchinson’s credibility. The Daily Caller has reported that a leaked text message revealed that Hutchinson referred to the Jan. 6 committee as “bs.”
“On Tuesday, The Daily Caller reported they’d obtained several emails Hutchinson had written to a former senior Trump administration official explaining that she was in a financial bind and asked if they could put her in touch with someone who might help her,” the Western Journal stated.
On the date of Feb. 4, Hutchinson wrote, “I was subpoenaed by the 1/6 Committee on November 9, 2020 [sic 2021], but was not formally served until Wednesday, January 26, 2021 [sic 2022]. I’ve had difficulty securing a legal team, and was hoping you may be able to put me in contact with any fundraising organizations and/or attorneys that are involved in this process.”
Another email message to the same person went on to explain, “My aunt and uncle applied to refinance their house to loosen up some money since I don’t have much immediate family, but they weren’t approved.”
The Daily Caller revealed that their sources for this information included “multiple senior Trump officials and a person with first-hand knowledge” who had agreed to speak out under the condition of anonymity.
“Several of the sources said former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows refused to take Hutchinson’s calls after she was subpoenaed. The outlet confirmed this claim with his representative who explained that Meadows wanted to avoid the appearance of impropriety,” the report from the WJ said.
The individual who had “first-hand knowledge” then spoke with the Daily Caller, saying, “Cassidy Hutchinson reached out to various people in Trump world asking for both financial assistance and help finding a lawyer. She told us she was in significant financial distress, had no family that could help and couldn’t even afford food. She also told us Mark Meadows wouldn’t return her calls. To our knowledge, she spoke with multiple lawyers and chose Stefan Passantino to represent her.”
The individual then said, “Trump’s PAC agreed to help her financially” and gave her a list of recommended layers to look into. The source then stated that “Hutchinson made derogatory comments about the Jan. 6 committee to multiple people in Trump world.”
A senior official for Trump remarked, “She reached out to Trump world and was like, ‘Hey. The committee reached out to me. I really need help.’ She didn’t have a job. She didn’t have money to pay a lawyer. Trump has been trying to be really helpful, especially with young people who weren’t like bad actors on J6, like get you a lawyer. Pay for it. Meadows wasn’t returning her phone calls and like her circle of people, weren’t, like, helpful.”
“Given her testimony before the Jan. 6 committee, why would Hutchinson reach out to the Trump team for help? As more and more of her text messages and emails trickle out, that question looms larger than ever and undermines her legitimacy as a witness,” the report continued.
Here’s a very quick summary of what all of this information about Hutchinson means:
She’s a fraud.
This woman is not the smoking gun that Liz Cheney was hoping for. In fact, she’s the exact opposite. Hutchinson and her testimony are proof the entire Jan. 6 committee are a farce meant to try and paint conservatives and Trump supporters (often the same thing) as radical domestic terrorists that are just itching for an insurrection, therefore, all voters should cast ballots for Democrats during the midterms.
That’s how bad the progressives are doing, thanks to Joe Biden’s awful policies that left our economy in shambles.
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