January 6 Committee’s Big Failure

The report is now officially OFFICIAL.

Cassidy Hutchinson is a LIAR.

That’s a tough break for liberals, because up until it was revealed that Cassidy doesn’t know what the truth is, she was the star witness for liberals and Liz Cheney on the January 6 committee.

Hutchinson’s testimony initially stunned America.

It was a terrific tale of Donald Trump flying into a fit of rage and trying to hijack his own presidential limo with one hand while fighting off his staff with the other.

There was just one pretty instant problem with Cassidy’s story:

It never happened.

Now, it’s being exposed that Cassidy wasn’t just lying about this one story, she was lying about EVERYTHING.

She claims to have gotten most of her info from White House counsel Pat Cipollone at the White House on the morning of January 6, 2021.

It’s recently been discovered that Pat Cipollone was NEVER AT THE WHITE HOUSE on the morning of January 6.

What else are you lying about, Cassidy?

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