Democrats, Never-Trump RINOs And Deep State Actors Keep January 6 Show Going While They Can

Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s hand-picked January 6 Committee is likely heading into its home stretch, as most observers continue to expect that the GOP will be retaking control of the House after Election Day next month.

Pelosi’s show-trial committee is made up only of members who previously voted to impeach President Donald Trump, with Reps. Liz Cheney (R-WY) and Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) notably being the only two Republicans. Kinzinger is retiring from Congress after redistricting in Illinois likely would have made it involuntary anyway. Cheney was dusted off by nearly 30 points in the Wyoming GOP primary in August.

The committee has not permitted any witnesses to be cross-examined and has not allowed for any evidence in opposition to its anti-Trump narrative to be introduced.

Ordinary people who have watched any of the committee’s hearings have more questions for the Washington Deep State than for President Trump. Despite the narrative, the only person who was killed on January 6 was an unarmed female protestor.

In case anyone thinks Democrats might be looking for a way to quietly draw the curtain on the committee before it does more damage to their party’s fading hopes of having a chance to maintain their majority in the House and now even the Senate, Deep State operatives are keeping the tire-fire burning.

Disgraced former senior FBI agent Peter Strzok appeared on MSNBC on Monday and declared that the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, were “nothing” in comparison to the January 6 protests.

Host Nicolle Wallace prompted Strzok by describing January 6 as the “deadliest attack on the U.S. Capitol in our, you know, in history.” Strzok jumped at the chance to say that even though 9/11 was “a tragedy,” it is “nothing compared to January 6” when looking “at the scale in terms of a threat to democracy.”

Of course, he also took the opportunity to demand that the Department of Justice should prosecute those accused by the January 6 Committee just as aggressively as the 9/11 organizers have been.

He said that if the federal government does not maintain a “war footing” against the people Democrats have accused related to January 6 as comparable to 9/11, “shame on everyone.” “We need to be addressing it in the same way,” he added.

Strzok was fired from the FBI in 2018 for his bias against President Trump, which was discovered as his secret affair with former FBI lawyer Lisa Page was exposed. In text messages with Page, Strzok claimed that “we won’t allow” Trump to take office as president.