This is a no-brainer and the fact that the press in America don’t understand explains why people like Don Lemon can say totally crazy things and the media thinks he’s really deep and emotional. (Hysterical is more like it, but anyway.)
A new poll shows that 66% of Likely Voters would see congress investigate a little something you might call AN ENTIRE YEAR OF UNFETTERED RIOTING, LOOTING, MURDER AND MAYHEM – in which over 2,000 police officers suffered reported injuries and countless more quietly weathered additional pain and suffering – than see congress put on this fake “investigation” in January 6.
According to a study of 68 cities by the Major Cities Chiefs Association, in the summer of 2020, there were at least 574 protests that involved acts of violence, including assaults on police officers, looting and arson. The number of voters who want Congress to investigate last year’s violent protests is higher than the 49% who say they support House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s select committee investigation of the January 6 Capitol riot. Forty-two percent (42%) say they don’t support the January 6 investigation.
Nancy and the gang don’t want to investigate it because they don’t actually care about any of this. They just like the January 6th investigation for fundraising purposes and so they can use it to consolidate their hold on America. It’s what the media wants, too, they are addicted to MAGA.
Everything about everything they all do disgusts me no end y’all.
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