LIES: General Mark Milley and RINO Liz Cheney team up to fabricate key details about January 6th.
Published on 13.6.2022
During the Jan. 6 congressional hearings that took place this week, a committee member said Trump’s misdeeds were mostly centered on what he “didn’t do” rather than what he did. . Committee members say he was late in responding to the unrest at the Capitol and should have intervened sooner.
One detail Democrats continue to fuss over is that President Trump failed to activate the National Guard to quell the chaos of the protest. The Pentagon says Trump never contacted them to formulate a response.
On Thursday, critical race theory obsessive Mark Milley and RINO Liz Cheney teamed up to repeat that lie during the January 6 hearings.
“Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Mark Milley, said during the January 6 special committee hearing on Thursday that then-Chairman, Donald Trump, did not call the Pentagon asking for National Guard troops to respond to the Capitol attack, but they did mention that Trump had already approved National Guard troops.
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During their first hearing on Thursday, the committee released footage of Milley testifying before the committee that Trump never called the Pentagon that day, despite the then-Vice President calling multiple times and giving “very explicit, very direct, unambiguous” orders to deploy the National Guard. The insinuation was that Trump condoned violence on Capitol Hill. »
On January 5, President Trump asked Acting Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller to deploy 10,000 National Guard troops for the January 6 protests. That request included a Jan. 4 memo signed by President Trump that gave the Secretary of the Army authority to deploy National Guardsmen on Jan. 6.
The Washington DC mayor publicly acknowledged these demands on Twitter the day before the protests.
General Milley and the fictitious January 6 Committee are outright lying to the American people to demonize President Trump.