President Trump: Jan. 6 Protest ‘Represented the Greatest Movement in the History of our Country’
President Donald Trump made his thoughts on the infamous Jan. 6, 2021 protest, sometimes called a coup or insurrection attempt by far-left Democrats and their RINO enablers, abundantly clear on Thursday.
Trump made the candid comments on his Truth Social platform just hours before the Jan. 6 U.S. House committee is scheduled to have their prime-time sham hearings for the cameras.
“The Unselect Committee didn’t spend one minute studying the reason that people went to Washington, D.C., in massive numbers, far greater than the Fake News Media is willing to report, or the Unselects are even willing to imagine, because January 6th was not simply a protest, it represented the greatest movement in the history of our Country to Make America Great Again,” Trump declared.
“It was about an Election that was Rigged and Stolen, and a Country that was about to go to HELL..& look at our Country now!” the president added.
The full post can be seen here:
Big League Politics has reported on Trump coming around on Jan. 6, even publicly regretting his decision not to march arm-in-arm with his most dedicated and passionate supporters on that historic day:
“President Donald Trump said that he regrets not marching with supporters to the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2020 like he originally planned to do.
Trump said this during an interview with the Washington Post where he also blamed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) for allegedly ordering Capitol Police to stand down while the violent display was staged.
“I thought it was a shame, and I kept asking why isn’t she doing something about it? Why isn’t Nancy Pelosi doing something about it? And the mayor of D.C. also. The mayor of D.C. and Nancy Pelosi are in charge,” Trump said.
“I hated seeing it. I hated seeing it. And I said, ‘It’s got to be taken care of,’ and I assumed they were taking care of it,” he added.
Trump ultimately blamed Secret Service for not allowing him to live up to his word and march with his supporters to the U.S. Capitol on that fateful day.
“Secret Service said I couldn’t go. I would have gone there in a minute,” he said.”