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Why did the Capitol security fail you ask.....?

Did you forget about the sheer number of attackers they had to deal with...?
It was an unprecedented event...And they have learned from it...

The "mini-riot" was not the role of the CIA or FBI....

Please admit that those folks were there for Donald and they were trying to change election results...
What I outlined is a serious inquiry. What the comment does is recite uninvestigated, unproven Democrat talking points in an effort to pass them off as evidence. Even though there is no possibility of reversing the outcome Democrats persist in viciously attacking anyone who questions the conduct of the election as an insurrectionist.

Tell us who benefited from January 6th, the candidate who in hi infrequent campaign appearances drew 30 cars to a drive in yet miraculously supposedly drew 80+ million votes or the one that drew 1,000x as many to his rallies, received a record number of votes for a Republican nominee but still was declared a loser? Several Republicans were planning on objecting to the election conduct but after burning of the Reichstag house er Capitol protest they were intimidated into silence.

If you truly believe nothing was amiss in the 2020 election then why the objection to a special counsel level investigation?
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Are you suggesting, then, that it would be utterly impossible to find people who are unbiased and disinterested, to staff the Commission?
Oh yes indeed I am saying that. But it doesn't matter who they root for, the facts are still the facts.
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I really think it would be best to have a truly bipartisan Commission--one staffed by both Democrats and Republicans who are not Never Trumpers.
I agree....
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If you truly believe nothing was amiss in the 2020 election then why the objection to a special counsel level investigation?
This is old dead wood that was in the courts and was rejected every time...

There was no proven evidence of a bogus election and even republican officials/leadership today agree on that fact.....

Donald's lies don't work any more, sorry.....
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Are you suggesting, then, that it would be utterly impossible to find people who are unbiased and disinterested, to staff the Commission?
Please post the names of the "unbiased people" you believe would be serviceable to staff this commission....

Remember the eye of the beholder syndrome.....
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This is old dead wood that was in the courts and was rejected every time...

There was no proven evidence of a bogus election and even republican officials/leadership today agree on that fact.....

Donald's lies don't work any more, sorry.....
You are incorrect. Wisconsin and Pennsylvania have both had court rulings that declared the actions taken in 2020 unlawful.
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You are incorrect. Wisconsin and Pennsylvania have both had court rulings that declared the actions taken in 2020 unlawful.
What "actions" specifically....?

What numbers changed in voting results...?


Come up with something that has validity....
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What "actions" specifically....?

What numbers changed in voting results...?


Come up with something that has validity....
OK, so we have court decisions showing there were illegal votes cast, and are part of the public record, and you want me to lead you by the hand. Not gonna happen. Either you are intelligent enough to look it up yourself, or you're a democrat and wouldn't understand it even if personally shown.
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OK, so we have court decisions showing there were illegal votes cast, and are part of the public record, and you want me to lead you by the hand. Not gonna happen. Either you are intelligent enough to look it up yourself, or you're a democrat and wouldn't understand it even if personally shown.
There is still lingering doubt about Gore/Bush, but nobody stormed the capitol over it.
Flynn, bless his little heart took the fifth on the question of whether he believed in the peaceful transfer of power.

Those who have testified are certainly not all never Trumpers. And the evidence including direct emails is damning.
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[I]t doesn't matter who they root for, the facts are still the facts.
The comment, "the facts are still the facts," is entirely irrelevant here.

Remember: This thread is not--emphatically not!--about the veracity of the findings of the Commission.

Let that be the subject of another thread.

But it has precisely zero to do with this thread.
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