Am I Supposed to Believe? [View all]
The publicity surrounding the January 6 Select Committee has been virtually non-stop since day one.
Members of the committee have appeared regularly on prime-time news programs in order to update the public on their investigations re the number of witnesses they have interviewed, and the wealth of information they have learned as a result thereof.
Committee members have also made rather bold public statements about Trump "getting his come-uppance", and the impact that the televised hearings now being scheduled will have on the public's purview of what led up to the January 6th insurrection, and those who actively participated in its orchestration and ultimate execution.
Am I really supposed to believe that the Jan-6 committee, and the Democrats who have repeatedly brought attention to its work, are doing so only to say at the end of the day "but let's just forget about all of this, and just move on"?
Am I supposed to believe that all of this publicity is a lead-up to Merrick Garland saying "nothing to see here, folks, so don't expect me to do a god-damned thing"?
Am I supposed to believe that the Biden administration is allowing all of this focus on the Jan-6 committee to continue knowing that in the end, the entire Democratic party will be left twisting in the wind because nothing will be done about the crimes that have been uncovered against our democracy?
Am I actually supposed to believe that?
If Joe Biden and the Democrats intended to sweep the crimes of Trump and his co-conspirators under the rug, they would have adopted a "let's forget the past and look ahead" position from the beginning.
But they didn't. They instead forged ahead with an unrelenting pursuit of the truth.
So spare me the "nothing is going to come of this" bullshit - unless you honestly believe that President Joe and the Democrats have deliberately set themselves up to fail in full view of the entire country.