Democrats are desperate to refocus the public’s attention from their abject failure as government overlords.

And every major news outlet — with the exception of Fox News — was willing to help them by airing that ridiculous, progressive inquisition known as the Special Committee on Republican Witchcraft and All Things Evil that Occurred on Jan 6.

The Not-Ready-for-Prime-Time players, also known as members of Congress, read dramatic scripts from teleprompters about the invisible hand of Donald Trump that guided an angry mob on an organized coop led by the Qanon Shaman.

It turns out the mere act of pushing hundreds of unarmed people through the Capitol doors at once while Congress is in session will overthrow our entire system of government and bring our country to its knees.

These were not mere trespassers, but enemies of freedom, puppets of a pissed off president who told them all to go home, but the over-throwers of democracy refused even his command and continued to roam the halls of the U.S. Capitol.

Oh wait, they left out the part where Trump told them to go home.

Interestingly, Democrat U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet had nothing to say about the spectacle.

Although Colorado’s junior senator weighed in:

Mr. Brittany Pettersen retweeted breathlessly that it was a bombshell, it was an insurrection!

But in reality, it was all just a kangaroo court, dutifully broadcast like Russian propaganda, full of sound and fury, yet signifying nothing.


We’re still waiting to hear why the Capitol security was at half force that day, and why antifa rioters who tried to push through fencing and Secret Service guards around the White House were never arrested, prosecuted and punished for their insurrection actions.

We still don’t believe Jan. 6 was an attempt to overthrow government. It was a shameful riot that should never happen again.

That Democrats are using this to further divide our country just so they can retain power is itself an attempted coop by committee.