The sham Jan 6th panel leaked out text messages that Trump’s former Chief Of Staff Mark Meadows gave to them in good faith.
He joined Newsmax after the leak to talk about it.
Meadows exposed that the Jan 6th committee selectively leaked certain texts to make Trump look bad.
Meadows also added that the contempt vote was about going after Trump and not him.
The Jan. 6 Select Committee "selectively leaked" the text messages given to it by former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, he told Newsmax on Monday, merely to spin a false narrative and attack former President Donald Trump. https://t.co/IJjKq5IYZl
— Newsmax (@newsmax) December 14, 2021
The Jan. 6 Select Committee “selectively leaked” the text messages given to it by former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, he told Newsmax on Monday, merely to spin a false narrative and attack former President Donald Trump.
“We’ve tried very hard, in [a] very transparent and accommodating way, to share non-privileged information,” Meadows said on “Rob Schmitt Tonight.” “And what we found out tonight is that not only did that just get disregarded, but then they tried to weaponize text messages, selectively leaked them, to put out a narrative, quite frankly, that the president didn’t act.
“And I can tell you this: The president did act.”
“It’s not about holding me in contempt,” Meadows told host Rob Schmitt. “It’s about coming after President Donald Trump, and sadly, that’s what tonight’s vote was all about.”
This is more evidence that this committee is a sham.
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