'Absolute liars': Ex-D.C. Guard official says generals lied to Congress about Jan. 6
..Matthews' memo levels major accusations: that Flynn and Piatt lied to Congress about their response to pleas for the D.C. Guard to quickly be deployed on Jan. 6; that the Pentagon inspector general's November report on Army leadership's response to the attack was "replete with factual inaccuracies"; and that the Army has created its own closely held revisionist document about the Capitol riot that's "worthy of the best Stalinist or North Korea propagandist."
Four minutes later, according to that Guard timeline, Flynn again "advised D.C. National Guard to standby until the request has been routed" to then-Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy and then-acting Defense Secretary Chris Miller.
Everyone on the call was "astounded" except Piatt and Flynn, Matthews wrote.
Both men, however, later denied to Congress that they had said the Guard shouldn't deploy to the Capitol.
That statement, Matthews says in his memo, is "false and misleading."
Walker also testified to Congress in March that Piatt and Flynn expressed concerns about "optics."
Further, Flynn told Maloney that he "never expressed a concern about the visuals, image, or public perception of" sending Guardsmen to the Capitol.
That answer, Matthews says in his memo, is "outright perjury."
Matthews wrote that he and Walker "heard Flynn identify himself and unmistakably heard him say that optics of a National Guard presence on Capitol Hill was an issue for him. That it would not look good. Either Piatt or Flynn mentioned peaceful protestors.'"
Flynn's brother, retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, promulgated a host of conspiracy theories in the lead-up to Jan. 6 and called for former President Donald Trump to impose martial law. Matthews' memo does not insinuate that Gen. Charles Flynn's actions on Jan. 6 were shaped by his brother, who has been subpoenaed by the select committee, and does not mention Michael Flynn.
The two generals told the House oversight committee that the Guard wasn't ready to respond to the chaos that day, and Flynn testified to the House Oversight Committee in June that a "team of over 40 officers and non-commissioned officers immediately worked to recall the 154 D.C. National Guard personnel from their current missions, reorganize them, re-equip them, and begin to redeploy them to the Capitol."
Matthews says that assertion "constituted the willful deception of Congress."
"Supreme Court's John Roberts says Judicial system 'cannot and should not live in fear'"
I agree - detonate their implants.
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"This year, the American people won, and Big Pharma lost."
"Imagine being the parent of a kid suffering from Type 1 diabetes. Let's say you're paying $500, $600, $700 a month. You don't have it," he continued. "How in God's name do you look at that child?"
"Under Donald Trump, my Republican friends had no problem enacting a $2 trillion tax cut that overwhelmingly benefited the wealthiest Americans and the biggest corporations " not a penny which was paid for and massively increased the federal debt," Biden said, adding that the debt ceiling was raised by $2 trillion when Trump was in office.
"In 2020, 55 of the biggest corporations in America made $40 billion in profit. I'm happy for the profit," he continued. "But they didn't pay a single penny in federal income tax."
U.S. President Joe Biden raised $61.8 million for his inauguration events, receiving large contributions from corporations, labor unions and wealthy individuals, according to a financial disclosure.
The pharmaceutical industry has spent nearly $263 million on lobbying so far this year, employing three lobbyists for every member of Congress, according to OpenSecrets, which tracks money in politics. Millions of those dollars are in the form of campaign donations.
November 1, 2021
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trump appointed this lunatic whivh just proves thar Republicans don't really follow any honest belief system, instead they use appointments and pursue an agenda to divide us because that is their cynical plot to gain and hold power.
#6 | POSTED BY DANNI AT 2023-01-06 11:18 AM
Concise and precise.