Posted BY: Steven Ahle

Liz Cheney is editing as many statements as she can because without lies their case falls apart. During their show trial, they edited several statements, and a video from J6 was edited to remove the deaths of Roseanne Boyland and Ashli Babbitt, but leaves in the reactions of the Trump supporters who were outraged by the murders. That 0put them in the worst light possible. Cheney has become the Tower of Babble. (Not misspelled)

She criticized the statement by Trump as inciting rioters, but, in order to do so, she had to leave an important statement out. Cheney said that Trump “did not condemn the attack, instead, he justified it.”


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he read an excerpt from one of Trump’s posts:

“These are the things and events that happen when a sacred landslide election victory is so unceremoniously & viciously stripped away from great patriots who have been badly & unfairly treated for so long.”

However, she left out the ending in which Trump said:

“Go home with love & in peace.”

Also, why did Pelosi and the capitol police turn down an offer of 10,000 National Guardsmen? Fact-checkers deny this fact and state that it never happened, but an investigation by MyNBC15 discovered that was a lie by the WaPo and Politifact, both of whom are well-known prevaricators. (That’s liars for you Democratic voters out there.

From MyNBC15

What we also know is that President Trump wanted to make sure that the people that came, that there was a safe environment for that kind of assembly,” former President Donald Trump’s Chief of Staff Mark Meadows told Fox News’s Sean Hannity.

And I’ve said that publicly before — the 10,000 National Guard troops that he wanted to make sure that everything was safe and secure,” Meadows said. “Obviously having those National Guards available, actually the reason they were able to respond when they did, was because President Trump had actually put them on alert.

Liberal “fact-checkers” like The Washington Post and PolitiFact argued the claim about National Guard assistance coming from Meadows and other top Trump administration officials was false, but an official timeline of the events leading up to Jan. 6 apparently shows differently.

Now, I’m not the smartest person in the world, but neither am I the dumbest. (That’s only because I have a younger brother) But, if I wanted to incite a riot, I would not send in 10,000 national Guard troops, but I would refuse them. Think about that.