J6 committee changes emphasis of Secret Service story

The Jan. 6 committee’s hearing on Thursday changed the focus of the Secret Service discussion with then-President Donald Trump after the evidence failed to support the left’s narrative.

The committee once emphasized Trump as attempting to take control of a Secret Service vehicle, a claim that has since been dismissed.

The story

“The testimony was a significant step back from claims last month by former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson — based on hearsay — that Trump had tried to wrest control of the vehicle from the Secret Service,” Breitbart News reported.

“Hutchinson’s claimed were immediately disputed by the Secret Service agents she named, Tony Ornato and Bobby Engel. Rep. Elaine Luria (D-VA) cited Ornato claiming in an earlier interview that Trump had been ‘irate.’ She did not mention Hutchinson’s claims,” it added.

The evidence

“In a pre-recorded deposition, retired DC Metropolitan Police Sgt. Mark Robinson recalls hearing of a ‘heated discussion’ involving Trump and concerning the feasibility of him going to the Capitol,” the New York Post reported.

“The only description I received was that the president was upset and was adamant about going to the Capitol and there was a heated discussion about that,” recalled Robinson, who was in the lead motorcade vehicle with a Secret Service agent.

Robinson added that he could not recall a similar incident involving the commander-in-chief.

The facts haven’t changed, but the committee’s presentation of them seems to be different.

The J6 committee continues to offer only one side of the story, creating a discussion by the left and for the left regarding the events of the day.

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