N.Y. Post writer, Douglas Murray, gives life to Jan. 6th committee propagandists

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After admitting the Jan. 6th Committee Hearings “. . . was little more than partisan political theater . . .” and it is ". . . pretty disgraceful that one political side can effectively carry out a political trial of the other. . . ", after boldly admitting all this and considering the fact none of the so-called witnesses who testified were cross examined as our adversarial legal system requires to help insure a legitimacy to so-called findings of fact, author Douglas Murray goes on to, by inuendo, to flamboyantly conclude a number of assertions made about Trump are factually based when they remain, to this very day, unsubstantiated within the four walls of our adversarial legal system.

The question is, why would a New York Post writer engage in a mission to intentionally cast Donald Trump in a bad light by relying upon information taken from, what amounts to be, a Star Chamber Committee Hearing? Of course, one can deduce an answer to the question by reading Murray’s concluding comments indicating his desire is to see Trump out of the political picture, which was his mission when taking pen to paper.

JWK

Today’s Fifth Column media ___ MSNBC, NEW YORK TIMES, CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC, WASHINGTON POST, ATLANTIC MAGAZINE, New York Daily News, Time, in addition to Facebook, Twitter, Politico, Snopes, Fact Check… ETC., and countless Yellow Journalists who are authoritarian revolutionaries ___ make Russia’s old Pravda, [an organ of the old Communist Party of the Soviet Union] look like propaganda amateurs.

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How does one make Donald Trump doing nothing to stop an attack on the Capitol by his supporters… basically forcing Pence to take authority and call in the National Guard be seen in a good light?

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You and Douglas Murray seem to be two peas in a pod . . . very adept at projecting by inuendo.

JWK

Our federal government, by the terms of our Constitution, is commanded to “guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion” ___ Article 4, Section 4. Constitution of the United States

Not only the Post but the Wall Street Journal too. You know after all this time…maybe all those things they say about Trump…are true?

“Mr. Trump took an oath to defend the Constitution, and he had a duty as Commander in Chief to protect the Capitol from a mob attacking it in his name. He refused. He didn’t call the military to send help. He didn’t call [then-Vice President Mike Pence] to check on the safety of his loyal VP. Instead he fed the mob’s anger and let the riot play out,” the editorial board wrote.

“Character is revealed in a crisis, and Mr. Pence passed his Jan. 6 trial. Mr. Trump utterly failed his,” the editorial board added.

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How would one cast it in a good light?

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And unlike the current Administration, Trump actually worked to defend our southern border against an invasion as our constitution commands.

JWK

Our federal government, by the terms of our Constitution, is commanded to “guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion” ___ Article 4, Section 4. Constitution of the United States

What does that have to do with the fact that he…

“…took an oath to defend the Constitution, and he had a duty as Commander in Chief to protect the Capitol from a mob attacking it in his name. He refused. He didn’t call the military to send help. He didn’t call [then-Vice President Mike Pence] to check on the safety of his loyal VP. Instead he fed the mob’s anger and let the riot play out.”

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Yet when his supporters attacked the Capitol he failed to act.

How does one cast that in a good light?

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John do you think Trump did anything wrong after he lost the election?

Ignore it and point a finger elsewhere?

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Soon the be called the “failing” new york post and wsj…

They were probably begging…on their hands and knees… to endorse trump before this…

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Serious question John. Fine if you just say no - but genuinely- do you think Trump did anything wrong after he lost the election and then during Jan 6th?

Do you think Donald Trump advanced the common defense and general welfare of the United States while in office?

Ok if you don’t want to answer the question fine. If its no I’ll leave it be.

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Like a dog

Why did Trump not act during the attack?

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To the degree he asked for anything before Jan 6…he asked for them to be there…to protect HIS supporters from “Antifa attacks”.

And his own appointed acting SecDef didn’t even take him seriously.

Certainly he wasn’t asking for them to be there to prevent HIS people from getting out of control.

And when it was KNOWN they were out of control? What did he do?

Nothing…except to rile them up even more.

His tweet about Pence came AFTER the attack on the Capitol had begun…and it was known the mob was monitoring his social media even as the attack was in progress.

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How can one answer your question without knowing the facts?

Do you think Donald Trump advanced the common defense and general welfare of the United States while in office? Did the Trump Admiration work to defend our southern border?