Tue Dec 27, 2022 AT 10:57 AM EST
The January 6 select committee never intended to act as a truth-seeking mission but rather perform a cover-up for what actually happened.
The January 6 select committee finally released its long-delayed report late on Dec. 23 after most Americans had happily turned away from politics to enjoy the Christmas weekend with family and friends. The Friday night news dump, a common tactic when government officials want to bury something controversial, was not exactly a vote of confidence in the panel’s ultimate work product.
As expected, the bulk of the 845-page document spun a well-worn tale that portrayed Donald Trump as the sole villain in a so-called “insurrection” the committee wants us to believe was engineered to keep him in the White House. Page after page included dramatic interpretations of snippets from witness testimony intended to bolster the committee’s preconceived conclusions. Read Full Story