Democrats have no direction. Their party is in total disarray. The liberal ideology is split between a group of radical progressives and a handful of pronounced liberal moderates. A man they positioned as a puppet figurehead to assume a stolen presidency has failed abysmally.
Joe Biden’s approval ratings are some of the worst in history. The Democrats are looking for something to save their sinking ship. All they can find is a so-called “insurrection”, an over-publicized assault on the U.S. Capitol. This false narrative is like a life preserver.
With nothing else to fend off a wave of public disapproval, Democrats are playing the only hand they have. January 6, 2020, is Christmas for Democrats. The liberal left, including the corrupt mainstream media, has nothing else.
Facing a tidal wave of Republican wins during the 2022 midterm elections, Democrats are trying to milk the “Stop the Steal” protests for every ounce. Certainly, the protests did turn chaotic. There was unthinkable violence, and it shouldn’t have happened.
However, there are tons of evidence showing that outside influences, not supporters of President Trump, orchestrated the chaos and encouraged the trespassing. The whole focus of the sham January 6 commission is to harm the former president.
The left wants to try to stop him from running again in 2024. Their efforts have doubled as they’ve watched their chosen golden cow implode. But there’s an even more alarming problem surfacing in relation to the January 6 narrative.
Recently, it seems there are a growing number of weak-kneed Republicans willing to stand up against the bogus sham. Kentucky Senator Mitch McConnell, the GOP leader in the Senate, kowtowed to the liberal left’s insane January 6 narrative.
Basically, by being quoted as calling January 6 a “violent insurrection”, McConnell is further spreading the left’s indefensible lies. Now, the leading Republican in the United States House of Representatives has done the same thing. Kevin McCarthy said he agrees with McConnell.
The California U.S. Congressman likewise called January 6 a “violent insurrection.” It’s beyond baffling. To do so completely ignores the amount of evidence that points to isolated incidences of violence. While there was violence, most of the violence was isolated.
There is also a growing sense that radicals who infiltrated the otherwise peaceful protesters triggered much of the chaos. A handful of suspicious acts turned the protests into a chaotic mess. Besides the strange way things unfolded, two of the deaths are shrouded in mystery.
To insist that January 6 was an “insurrection” denounces a huge amount of contradictory evidence. Most believe McCarthy will take over Nancy Pelosi’s leadership role in the U.S. House of Representatives. However, is that necessarily a good thing?
Both of the leading Republicans on Capitol Hill are now parroting the narrative of the liberal left. One cannot deny that the “Stop the Steal” protests turned into a chaotic and violent incident. Nevertheless, no one has produced a single shred of evidence to prove “insurrection”.
It wasn’t one. Calling it such is both a lie and a bogus assault on those who were peaceful. A vast majority of these otherwise peaceful protesters were swept up in the chaos. Why would the two leading members of the GOP not speak in defense of the truth? Again, it’s baffling.
The first logical explanation would be that they’re trying to protect their standing as elites. They’re interested only in covering their own butts. While they are the face of the Republican Party on Capitol Hill, they are not standing firm for conservative beliefs.
The majority of conservatives in America believe the 2020 election was stolen from President Trump. Likewise, these millions of proud supporters believe there is an underlying story behind the January 6 investigations. They are a sham designed to persecute conservatives.
As unfortunate as January 6 was, conservatives do not believe it was an insurrection. So why are the leading Republicans calling it one? Like the “RINO Republicans” who voted for the sham impeachment of President Trump over the January 6 chaos, they are turncoats to their party.
Likewise, Republicans should take note. Maybe, after November 8, 2022, McCarthy, McConnell, and other “Republicans in Name Only” (RINOs) will be looking for a new job. They’re certainly not doing the things that conservative Republicans elected them to do.