In previous reports on this site, as some members of Congress, especially Republicans, know that some of the previously available evidence is that the Capitol is at least vulnerable to MAGA supporters. It has been pointed out that he drew a visible picture. Anger at the January 6 election certificate. For example, when Rep. Jim Jordan heard the turmoil pouring into his house, he said something about helping and protecting “women” and reached out to Liz Cheney. Said ‘Run away from me. Many of us have long believed that it was a very personal message to Jordan. Chaney knew that “this” was part of a plan in which Jordan was personally involved. Today, the Commission said that even MAGA Republicans who were planning to “oppose” on January 6 knew it could be violent and explosive around the Capitol. I presented the evidence.
The Commission played the unforgettable voice of Arizona woman, Congressman Debbie Lesko. Those who opposed To Biden’s clear victory, at a conference call on January 5, she talked about her concerns about the next day’s “Member Safety” plan. Like all the good MAGAs, Resco said “Antifa is there” (unless otherwise), but admitted that Trump pushed supporters to the point where he expected Congress to cancel the election. I did. Happens, “They will go crazy.”
“Honestly, some Trump supporters actually believe that they will overturn the election. If that doesn’t happen, it probably won’t happen. They go crazy.”
“Honestly, some Trump supporters actually believe that they will overturn the election. If that doesn’t happen, it probably won’t happen. They go crazy.” — Congressman Debbie Resco pic.twitter.com/l8BjViEBPu
— Aaron Lupa (@atrupar) July 12, 2022
It’s amazing to hear from Republicans who knew in advance that they would put themselves and the country at risk of their enthusiasm to please Trump. They know that on December 19, 2020, Trump said on Twitter that he was “wild.” Still, according to his plan, they disputed. As long as Trump’s followers believed they would overturn the evidence, it was because the members promised to oppose it!
Still, I’m listening to her talking about the members’ safety plans, knowing that Trump’s followers are “going crazy.” She must have felt that these were some of the most violent people in the country. It’s very easy to understand. Resco mentioned “Antifa”, but it must have been due to instinct alone. Only after explaining these many Trump followers and their anger when the elections weren’t overturned, she said things could go wrong. Resco knew which side was showing the violent threat.
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