Liz Cheney’s Anti-Trump Conspiracy Theory About January 6 Just Got Debunked

Liz Cheney is a RINO (Republican in Name Only) who doesn’t even try to hide it. Her dad lied to America to start a war overseas. Now, Cheney is lying to America to start a civil war right in our own country.

As the head of a committee investigating the events of January 6 when a few protesters broke into the Capitol, Cheney has been obsessively going after President Trump and his supporters.

Despite the fact that Democrats and RINOs already tried to impeach Trump twice unsuccessfully, Cheney isn’t giving up. Her new target is Trump’s former Chief of Staff Mark Meadows.

Cheney’s ‘Gotcha’ Moment

Combing through the messages on Meadow’s phone turned up some interesting material for Cheney. As COS, Meadows got a lot of important texts throughout the day on January 6. Some of them were from Trump’s son, Don Jr.

They demanded Trump do more to denounce the rioters. Despite already tweeting out the disorder needed to stop, Don Jr. felt it wasn’t strong enough. He wanted his father to “condemn” the events more vigorously.

Meadows said he agreed with Don Jr. that the president needed to speak out even more forcefully against any potential violence. The messages also included worrying texts from Laura Ingraham and Sean Hannity at Fox News, asking Meadows what was going on and why Trump wasn’t speaking more strongly.

Cheney is saying this is proof Trump wanted to stoke an insurrection. She also claims the insistence from Don Jr. shows everyone around Trump felt he wasn’t responding strongly enough to the protests and riots.

The truth is far different.

The Truth About the Texts

The truth about the texts is they show spontaneous reactions to a chaotic situation. They completely undermine the idea there was some kind of “plan” to have an insurrection or that Trump was setting up a coup.

It’s the exact opposite. It shows the disordered, worried reactions of people during a tense time. Trump’s own son was flustered and didn’t know what was going on because there was no conspiracy or “plan.”

Trump gave a plan and told people to make their voices heard. They did. A few of them got rough. Trump responded by saying to calm down on Twitter and people around him thought he should speak more forcefully.

Then, Trump supporter Ashli Babbitt was gunned down in the Capitol and other Trump supporters died in the crowd. That’s it. That’s the story.

It’s obvious Trump had no pre-made plan to storm the Capitol or any other insane conspiracy coming from these RINOs like Liz Cheney.

The Bottom Line

Just like the Russia hoax and the rest of their lies, the January 6 lies are starting to become clear as well. There was no big plan or conspiracy.

There was just a day that spun out of control. The shameful attempts by the left to use the tragedy for a political agenda show their true motive very clearly.