Liz Cheney, who is likely to set a record next year when she gets beaten so badly in the primary as an incumbent that no one before or forever will approach is now a conspiracy nut. Her fellow nutjob, Adam Kinzinger will probably not even run as he has hinted he may not do.
Cheney now says that she believes that President Trump was personally responsible for the January 6th incident. Of course, she has no proof, but that never stops a flaming liberal.
The January 6th Committee is nothing more than an extension of their two failed attempts at impeaching Trump is finding that people are refusing to take part in the clown show.
The committee is chaired by Benny Thompson, who actually supported an insurrection in which a police officer was killed and an FBI agent was injured.
Thompson’s own history, however, when as an alderman in a small Mississippi town in the early 1970s, he openly supported a secessionist group called the Republic of New Africa (RNA), going as far as to slam law enforcement for prompting conflicts with the group which resulted in the death of a police officer, as well as injuries to an FBI agent.
Thompson’s open advocacy of the RNA was found in documents, newspaper clippings, and video footage sourced from the state, FBI, and local law enforcement agencies, and traces the history of today’s Democratic Party leadership back to the days when they served as far-left, anti-government radicals. That is who serves as the current Democratic leadership in Congress.
“The FBI has so far found no evidence that [President Trump] or people directly around him were involved in organizing the violence, according to the four current and former law enforcement officials,” reported Reuters back in August. Congress was briefed on the investigation.
As for the assertion of executive privilege, there’s ample justification for it. Trump filed a lawsuit to stop the committee’s attempts to access records from his administration. The lawsuit accuses the partisan committee of members handpicked by Pelosi of “harass[ing] President Trump and senior members of his administration (among others) by sending an illegal, unfounded, and overbroad records request to the Archivist of the United States,” with a request that is “limitless in scope” seeking “records with no reasonable connection” to the events of January 6.
The lawsuit says that the committee is seeking access to “potentially millions of presidential records” which contain “information within the scope of various components of executive privilege, including but not limited to the presidential-communications, deliberative-process, attorney-client, and attorney-work-product privileges, and which include law enforcement information, national security information, and information relating to sensitive intelligence sources and methods.”