The Jan. 6 House Select Committee has become blinded by their extreme desire to see Donald Trump behind bars.
Decorum is out the window as the anti-Trump witch hunters defy ethics in their pursuit to bar the Former President from ever holding office again. In their pursuit, committee members have failed to do their jobs and have allowed hearsay evidence and uncorroborated testimony to slip through the cracks, destroying what’s left of their credibility.
The entire country is on fire after former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson testified on Tuesday about a story told to her by Anthony “Tony” Ornato, former the White House’s deputy chief of staff for operations.
She recalled an instance on Jan. 6 when “Tony described [Trump] as being irate.”
According to Hutchinson, Tony divulged to her a moment on Jan. 6 when then-President Trump supposedly assaulted two separate Secret Service agents after they refused to drive him to the U.S. Capitol Building.
She claimed Trump lunged after the steering wheel as one Secret Service agent drove off in the presidential limousine.
Yesterday, Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony got everyone's attention! pic.twitter.com/Wh6JuUqcWZ
— Jacqueline Brown Reed (@iSurmise3) June 29, 2022
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, the Secret Service agents in question seem to back up Trump’s claims that Hutchinson is a liar.
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, thus proving the J6 Committee failed to do their due diligence.
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.
Hutchinson, however, isn’t backing down from her testimony and her legal representation has come out full force in defense of the wild story told on the stand Tuesday.
“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.
Also included in Hutchinson’s testimony were more wild claims about Trump’s supposed angry behavior, including throwing his lunch at White House walls in fits of rage.
Sure, that sounds about right.
Author: Ann Taylor