Jan. 6 star witness exposed: Explosive new emails show why no one should trust a word she said

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(Natural News) Somewhere, Liz Cheney is shrieking.

(Article by Elizabeth Stauffer republished from WesternJournal.com)

Following former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson’s explosive June 28 testimony, Vice Chair of the Jan. 6 Committee Liz Cheney was sure she had her smoking gun. Her star witness had delivered the goods on former President Donald Trump.

Upon closer scrutiny, however, it was discovered that certain “facts” didn’t add up. As time went by, the chasm between Hutchinson’s statements and reality began to grow.

The Secret Service quickly disputed Hutchinson’s allegations that Trump had lunged at his driver and tried to grab the steering wheel and said agents were ready to say so — under oath.

Moreover, it turned out that the committee never tried to corroborate Hutchinson’s accusations, which, had it been conducting an impartial — and ethical — investigation, would have been its first course of action.

Hutchinson claimed in her testimony to have written a recommended statement for Trump on a notecard on Jan. 6, which read, “Anyone who entered the Capitol without proper authority should leave immediately,” according to The Washington Examiner.

However, a representative for former White House attorney Eric Herschmann told ABC News last week that Herschmann had written this note. “All sources with direct knowledge and law enforcement have and will confirm that it was written by Mr. Herschmann,” the representative said.

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