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Les journaux (ultra) conservateurs et les auditions du 6 janvier

La vérité n’est pas la chose la mieux partagée du monde. La dernière audition organisée par la commission du 6 janvier à laquelle est venue témoigner Cassidy Hutchinson, une assistance de Mark Meadows, Chief of Staff de Donald Trump, a montré l’implication directe de l’ex-président pour renverser le résultat des élections et garder ainsi le pouvoir. Ce que l’on peut appeler une tentative de coup d’état.

La grande majorité des élus républicains ne s’est pas vraiment exprimée à quelques exceptions près.

Parmi celle-ci, on peut mentionner celle de Mike Mulvaney, ardent soutien de Donald Trump, et ancien Chief of staff lui-même, qui est désormais persuadé de la culpabilité de Donald Trump

En revanche, Kevin McCarthy ne pense qu’à une chose, son futur poste de Speaker quand les républicains auront pris la majorité de la Chambre des représentants en novembre prochain. Il a mis en berne son amour propre et son éthique et est allé baiser l’anneau du parrain à Mar-a-Lago. Il est full-speed Donald Trump et il n’y a aucune limitation de vitesse sur son parcours.

« We will make the next century ours ». Sauf que Trump ne lui donnera peut-être pas sa bénédiction. Tout cette loyauté pour rien.

Qu’en est-il du côté des journaux de droite et d’extrême-droite ?

Les principales vedettes de la chaîne de Rupert Murdoch nient en bloc et accablent et se moquent allègrement de Cassidy Hutchinson et des démocrates

Newsmax confirme sa position et maintient que la marche vers le Capitole a été tranquille

Investigation Revealed: What Really Happened on January 6th

January 6, 2021. Unbridled violence was sweeping the nation, a disputed election had Americans pitted against each other, and trust in the mainstream media had been lost.

Donald J. Trump lost his bid for the office of president of the United States in an extremely close and hotly debated election.  

Mail-in ballots and voting machines were called into question, and the validity of the election had a nation divided.

On January 6th, 2021, then-President Donald Trump spoke to a crowd of his supporters from the Ellipse, near the White House in Washington, D.C. He spoke of a failed electoral system and encouraged his followers to insist upon change.

“I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the Capitol building to peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard.”

The human cries for justice and transparency and fair elections began . . .

The group responded by peacefully walking down the National Mall to the steps of the Capitol building to make their voices heard. A right every American has.

What followed was pandemonium, as men and women entered the Capitol Building. Police fought back with tear gas and barricades, while others escorted supporters through.

In the ensuing days, media outlets that once sang the praises of rioters tearing our cities apart staunchly condemned those who expressed their outrage at the Capitol building.

They claimed these protesters wanted to overthrow the government, but there was never any evidence even suggesting this.

The hypocrisy of the left was clear.

There were no calls from the left or mainstream media to raise funds for those imprisoned after January 6th.  Weren’t they, too, Americans speaking out against injustice?

Même son de cloche chez ce magazine qui n’en rate pas une et qui pratique l’idée que la meilleure défense c’est l’attaque. Et qui affirme que les faits contredisent la déposition de Cassidy Hutchinson alors qu’il met en balance une déposition sous serment et un témoignage qui n’a pas encore été fait. Jeffrey Lord est un inconditionnel de Trump

The Credibility of the January 6 Committee Implodes

Secret Service refutes “star” witness Cassidy Hutchinson.

by Jeffrey Lord

June 30, 2022, 11:30 PM

Cassidy Hutchinson testifies before the Jan. 6. Committee, June 28, 2022 (CBS News/YouTube)

Her story was instantly toast.

And as a result the January 6 Committee finally implodes.

This week, the January 6 Committee made much of the appearance of Cassidy Hutchinson, a young former aide to Trump’s White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows. Over there in the Washington Times, the paper’s editorial board quoted the late philosopher Eric Hoffer as it described the appearance of Ms. Hutchinson:

Every great cause begins as a movement, becomes a business, and eventually degenerates into a racket.

Indeed. The January 6 Committee stands revealed for exactly what it always has been — a corrupt, anti-constitutional racket.

This was Hutchinson’s fourth appearance in front of a committee filled with lawyers, and she proceeded to testify — for the first time on camera — with nothing more than hearsay. As all of the committee members well know, hearsay is inadmissible in a court of law. And in allowing it in the committee hearing, the committee and its all-lawyer members set themselves up to look like village idiots.

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Breitbart dénigre les propos de Cassidy Hutchinson, affirme que ce n’est qu’un témoignage de seconde main et affirme qu’ils ont été contredits (ce qui n’est pas la réalité).

Cassidy Hutchinson Testimony: Third-hand Hearsay, Later Contradicted

Cassidy Hutchinson, a former aide to President Donald Trump’s White House chief of staff, Mark Meadows, testified on Tuesday in the sixth public hearing of the January 6 Committee that she had heard third-hand accounts that Trump had tried to lead armed protesters in a march on Capitol Hill.

Specifically, Hutchinson testified that she heard deputy chief of staff Tony Ornato say that he heard Robert Engel, the U.S. Secret Service agent on Jan. 6, 2021, claim that Trump tried to seize the wheel of his car to force it to drive to the Capitol.

The testimony was not only hearsay — testifying about what a witness heard someone else say — but hearsay upon hearsay.

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Le Washington Examiner a publié de nombreux articles offrant des opinions différentes laissant ouvertes l’opinion que l’on peut se faire sur la responsabilité de Donald Trump

Le magazine maintient que la commission du 6 janvier propage le mensonge sur la fraude électorale du 6 janvier. Cassidy Hutchinson ne changera rien à cette réalité.

The J6 Show Trial Is Lying About Election ‘Fraud’

The purpose of the January 6 committee is to further the lie that there was nothing seriously wrong with the 2020 election and to criminalize any questioning of the election. The January 6 riot gives the committee a nice hook, but that’s not what they really care about.

They want to prevent you from admitting the election was irregular, faulty, or anything less than the most perfect election in the history of mankind, and from supporting people who fought against those irregularities. In service of this goal, the January 6 committee repeatedly lied about the actual claims Donald Trump supporters have made about the flaws in the election.

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The Jan. 6 Committee Is Causing Never Trumpers To Lose Their Minds

Something is very wrong with the supposedly right-of-center media outlets and commentators treating the Jan. 6 committee like something other than the appalling Stalinesque show-trial that it is. In particular, the Washington Examiner and National Review both ran embarrassing, delusional op-eds about the hearings this week. The Examiner even ran an editorial declaring, “Trump proven unfit for power again.”

Why is Trump “unfit for power”? Because of former Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson’s testimony on Tuesday. It was hailed by the corporate press as “explosive” and “damning,” featured on the front pages of the New York Times and the Washington Post, and replayed ad nauseum on all the cable news shows.

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La voix du National Examiner est d’une tonalité différente et l’article publié à la suite de la déposition ne laisse aucune ambiguïté

Cassidy Hutchinson, a top aide to Trump’s White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, provided compelling testimony Tuesday that former president Donald Trump is singularly culpable for the Capitol riot.

The testimony in a session of the House January 6 committee – a session abruptly called, reportedly due to concerns about Ms. Hutchinson’s safety – was devastating because it was directly about the former president.

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Commentary est sur la même longueur d’onde que le National Examiner

Trump Is In Deep, Deep, Deep, Deep Trouble

by John Podhoretz

The testimony this afternoon of Cassidy Hutchinson, the aide to Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows, cannot be dismissed. If what she has testified to, sworn under oath, is not countered or contradicted by Meadows or Trump’s White House counsel Pat Cippolone—either under oath themselves or eventually before a grand jury—then there is a credible criminal case that Trump violated the law in ways not dealt with by the second impeachment, and from which he would not be shielded by executive privilege.

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