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Schumer Goes Into Full Meltdown Over Alarming Reason

I’ve been writing about the panic that we’re seeing from some of the Jan. 6 Committee over the thousands of hours of footage that House Speaker Kevin McCarthy allowed Tucker Carlson and his crew to view. Why would they be so upset about people viewing the footage or knowing more about what went on that day? Isn’t that what they kept saying they wanted? Yet suddenly we’re seeing them melting down and coming up with all kinds of reasons why more light on the subject is such a bad thing.

We saw some of the members of the Committee — Rep. Adam Schiff (D‑CA), former representative Adam Kinzinger, and Rep. Jamie Raskin (D‑MD) — all flipping out and throwing tantrums. Schiff, the man who promoted all kinds of Russian collusion fantasies, claimed that Carlson pushed “Kremlin talking points” and would promote conspiracy theories. Kinzinger chastised McCarthy for sharing it with Carlson and not the rest of Congress or investigators without explaining why releasing the truth is bad and why his Committee didn’t release the video footage. Raskin managed to contradict himself, saying the release could endanger security and then saying why wasn’t it released to everyone, including the public? Then he claimed that somehow releasing more of what happened would foster “MAGA propaganda.” You could feel how desperate they all are about what people might see in the footage.

Now, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D‑NY) has joined them, in full panic mode. How much is he losing it? Chuck compared letting people see/know more about what happened on Jan. 6 to 9/11. I’m not kidding. Read on, as Schumer whines, that McCarthy is “needlessly exposing” the Capitol complex to “one of the worst security risks since 9/11.”…CONTINUE READING»>

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