January 6 a ‘criminal conspiracy’ to overthrow the election

Failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton responded to the January 6 hearing on Capitol Hill, calling it a “criminal conspiracy” to overturn an election.

“It’s quite simple: we have the right to choose our own leaders. We can’t let anyone take that away from us. The people involved in the criminal conspiracy to overturn the will of American voters – which culminated in the January 6 coup attempt – must be held accountable,” she said.

Hillary Clinton, of course, defended the Russian collusion hoax for four years after the election of President Donald Trump in 2016 without any evidence, during which the Justice Department and the FBI were armed to investigate Trump and his allies.

Whether the Democrats’ constant chest-beating on Jan. 6 will bear any fruit in the midterm elections remains to be seen, but some Democrats in vulnerable districts have expressed skepticism behind closed doors, according to a recent report. from Axios. .

“I think they’re incredibly important, but I wouldn’t consider them critical to the election,” Representative Susan Wild (D-PA) said of the hearings.

An anonymous Democrat in a swinging district simply said “no” when asked whether January 6 should be an election issue, hoping the hearings would provide “a lot of powerful information” or a “holy shit” moment.

“I hope the hearings and the report reach new people who may not be thinking about January 6th,” said Representative Elissa Slotkin (D-MI).

Given President Joe Biden’s growing unpopularity due to rising inflation, gasoline prices and a slew of foreign policy mistakes, Democrats desperately need a problem to distract voters and retain power this November. So far, their efforts have proved fruitless, as “Google trending data shows midterm voters are ‘very low interest’ on Jan 6 compared to topics like jobs, taxes and gun policy.” , noted Axios.

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