One thing you can say about the January 6th Commission, they are dumber than a rock. They have subpoenaed former NYC police commissioner to testify about a meeting held on January 5th in Washington. One small problem. He was in New York at the time and he has iron-clad proof. But, hold on, the commission gets even dumber. They claim they got their information from a book written by Bob Woodward and Robert Costa.
There seems to be a problem there as well. The faux commission claims Kerik attended a meeting with Trump advisors on how to overturn the election. The problem is the book says no such thing. In fact, the book with over 400 pages never mentions Kerik at all. If you are wondering how the commission could be so stupid, remember Bernie Thompson and Liz Cheney head up the commission. There’s a pair of aces for you.
Just The News reported:
Earlier this month, the Jan. 6 commission in Congress made headlines when it issued a subpoena alleging lawmakers had “credible evidence” that on the day before the Capitol riot former New York Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik attended a meeting at the posh Willard Hotel in Washington where Trump advisers discussed how to overturn the November 2020 election.
The subpoena even cited an impressive source: a book by famed investigative journalist Bob Woodward. You can read that here:
There’s just one problem for Chairman Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.) and his investigators.
Kerik was 300 miles away in the New York City area on Jan. 5, 2021, according to his own car’s toll booth records reviewed by Just the News. He left Washington the night of Jan. 4 and did not return until the morning of the riots, according to Kerik’s own account at a speech this weekend in Chicago.
Just the News contacted Woodward, who confirmed that Kerik not only was not named on page 234 but ids not named anywhere in the book at all.
“The subpoena for Mr. Kerik references page 234 of our book, ‘Peril. That page, however, does not mention Mr. Kerik in any way. In fact, he is not mentioned anywhere in our book.”