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Biden's Valley Forge Theater and the Unraveling of Jan 6


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Declassified with Julie Kelly

On the three-year anniversary of the Capitol protest, Joe Biden will portray himself as a modern-day George Washington saving "democracy" from evil. But the public is buying his schtick less and less.
Julie Kelly
Jan 4, 2024

Joe Biden plans to commemorate the third anniversary of the events of January 6 by giving a speech Friday morning near Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, the historic site where General George Washington regrouped the Continental Army despite all odds in 1777-78.

After years of comparing Jan 6 to 9/11, Pearl Harbor, and the Oklahoma City bombing, Biden will again desecrate hallowed ground and the graves of the victims—roughly 2,000 soldiers died over a six-month period at the Valley Forge encampment—to prioritize the largely peaceful protest at the Capitol as a pivotal event in American history. Fighting Trump and his supporters, the stunt apparently is supposed to demonstrate, is just like living in subhuman conditions fighting starvation, hypothermia, and deadly diseases to prevail over the British crown. (Ironically, Biden moved up the speech from Saturday to Friday amid bad weather forecasts.)

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Biden’s Valley Forge performance also underscores the Democratic Party’s desperation to sustain the January 6 “insurrection” narrative throughout the 2024 presidential campaign; his first campaign ad released Thursday includes several familiar scenes of the Capitol protest. Bearing a dismal record across the board resulting in mass unpopularity even among his own voters, Biden is pinning his re-election hopes on the notion he is General Washington leading the charge to save “democracy” from the imaginary threat of Trump and MAGA extremists.

Dysentery, where are you when we need you most?

Public Support of J6 Narrative Declining

Timing comes as the public’s investment in J6 propaganda continues to slide. According to a new Washington Post poll, only a slim majority of Americans believe January 6 was “an attack on democracy that should never be forgotten,” a figure inflated by 89 percent of Biden voters who agree. Only half of respondents think January 6 was “mostly violent” including just 18 percent of Republicans, down from 26 percent in 2021; less than half agree that Trump should be disqualified from office over the events of January 6.
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House GOP Feels the Heat

At the same time J6 cases, including Trump’s, make their way through the court system, some House Republicans are indicating a vigorous interest in investigating the Capitol protest and the misconduct of the January 6 Select Committee. Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-Ga.), chairman of a subcommittee of the House Administration Committee examining all things J6, said in a recent interview he will accelerate aspects of his current investigation; Loudermilk is releasing security footage of the Capitol and surrounding grounds on a rolling basis.

During an interview with podcast host Alan Sanders last month, Loudermilk hinted that former staffers of the now defunct January 6 Select Committee have expressed concerns over the committee’s investigation. “Some…are coming forward and telling us things because they don’t like the injustice they’re seeing being done. But now, when you get separation of time and away from the emotions and you start looking more objectively, you’re like, ‘wow, this was a setup, the investigation was a setup.’ That’s what we’re seeing.”

Loudermilk already has identified missing materials produced by the January 6 Select Committee. Democrats reportedly destroyed or withheld video recordings of witness interviews; many written transcripts also remain missing.

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