Petty 1/6 Witch Hunt Committee Denied Access To Trump Files

Democrats have tried to take down Donald Trump every which way: impeachment, mainstream media propaganda, phony foreign collusion hoaxes, election rigging, inflammatory and false fear mongering, even witchcraft!

But their latest attempt to lock up the Former President – by using a phony committee to investigate the Jan. 6 protest – has been arguably their most desperate.

Nancy Pelosi established a special House committee comprised of leading impeachment Democrats plus a gaggle of anti-Trump Republicans, all of whom are equally anxious to destroy Donald Trump. The purpose of the Special Committee is to investigate the events leading up to the Jan. 6 protests at the Capitol.

However, the committee couldn’t help but to expose their political bias early on. Nancy Pelosi blocked House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy’s picks to the committee, choosing instead a cadre of RINO Reps who hate the Former President as much as any Democrat. By blocking all America First candidates, Nancy Pelosi solidified the committee’s purpose: to take down Donald Trump at all costs.

From day one, the committee has legally lunged after Trump and his White House associates who may or may not had anything to do with what happened on Jan. 6. It’s not enough that Donald Trump himself spoke to the crowd, demanding no one enact violence, and called for peaceful protests above all else.

That’s a cheeky little point Democrats fail to remember.

Many Trump associates have denied subpoenas and other attempts by the Committee to extract information covered under executive privilege — and it appears a federal judge agrees with that argument.

A federal appeals court has temporarily blocked the release of records sought by a U.S. House committee investigating the Jan. 6 riot as the court considers an emergency request by former President Donald Trump.

On Thursday, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit granted an administrative stay sought by Trump. The stay is intended to give the court time to consider Trump’s arguments against release of the documents, otherwise scheduled for Friday without a court order.

The appeals court set arguments in the case for Nov. 30.

The House is seeking Trump’s call logs, draft speeches and other documents related to Jan. 6, when rioters breached the Capitol to try to stop the certification of his loss to President Joe Biden.

The purpose of the investigation is not to find out about the Jan. 6 debacle, but to signal to Trump’s supporters that all measures will be taken to silence your voices and prevent you from voting for a man who rustled so many feathers in Washington D.C.

They demand your submission.

Author: Asa McCue