President Donald Trump responded to the Jan. 6 Committee’s first public hearing set for Thursday, unleashing a string of Truths about the committee’s attempt to cast a shadow over Republicans and ignore serious election fraud concerns.
The highly partisan committee, composed of seven Democrats and two “Never Trump” Republicans, embarked on a long political witch hunt to blame Trump and Republicans for the events that occurred on Jan. 6 when protesters flooded the U.S. Capitol following the certification of the contested 2020 presidential results.
However, the “Unselect Committee,” as Trump calls it, fails to recognize that “January 6 was not simply a protest, it represented the greatest movement in the history of our Country to Make America Great Again,” Trump wrote on Truth Social.
“It was about an Election that was Rigged and Stolen, and a Country that was about to go to HELL..& look at our Country now!” he added.
Trump also mentioned that he suggested deploying 20,000 National Guard troops in D.C. However, “Crazy Nancy Pelosi” and the mayor of D.C. rejected Trump’s offer. If they had not, Trump says, “there would have been no January 6.”
Dinesh D’Souza, creator of the “2000 Mules” documentary revealing widespread election fraud in key states, also shattered the media narrative about the Jan. 6 “insurrection,” maintaining that the “true insurrection” occurred on election night.
D’Souza stated that the evidence presented by the election integrity group True the Vote in the film has “blown up” the Jan. 6 Committee’s “underlying premise.”
“The 2020 election was demonstrably stolen by the Democrats. Patriots came to DC on January 6 to complain about that!” he tweeted.
After refusing to comply with the political witch hunt, Trump’s former chief strategist Steve Bannon and former advisor Peter Navarro were charged for withstanding the committee’s subpoenas.
Bannon, who is set to stand trial in July, recently issued subpoenas to Democrat leaders and all members of the Jan. 6 Committee, maintaining that the charges against him are politically motivated.
Following his arrest earlier this month, Navarro expressed his plan to represent himself, stating he does not “want to be dragged down into the muck, spending hundreds of thousands of dollars of my retirement savings on this kind of venture.”