One of the things most frustrating about the political moves made after the January 6 Capitol riot is how Democrats and the liberal media have painted everyone who attended the “Stop the Steal” rally or anyone who questions whether there were problems with the election results, as traitors to America.
Most of the people who attended the rally did not take part in the breaching of the Capitol, after all, it started when Trump was still speaking.
The bright side is that with all the work to smear Trump supporters, it has not significantly impacted most voters. In poll after poll over the last few months, the Capitol riot ranks low on the priority lists of voters.
This has caused great consternation among Democrats who hoped that their political maneuvering and lies would have swayed the vote their way.
This has been proven with a new interview done by MSNBC from the Pittsburgh area with Trump supporters. They were being questioned about the Capitol riot. The interviewer asks leading questions and seems quite patronizing, but the Trump supporters do not bite. They have to correct the interviewer several times describing the right people have in America to protest without being punished over their political beliefs.
In a clip below, you can see the Trump voter correcting the MSNBC reporter on her January 6th errors. The voter is much more informed than the reporter.
The truth is that Officer Brian Sicknick was not beaten to death as had been originally and widely reported by Democrats and the liberal media. The D.C. medical examiner reported that Sicknick died on January 7, 2021, the day after the Capitol riot, due to natural causes brought on by two strokes. It is also true that four other officers tragically took their own lives in the weeks and months after the riot.
As you can see in the video, the MSNBC interview was schooled by the Pittsburgh voters.
Here are Pittsburgh area Trump voters correcting an MSNBC reporter’s errors on January 6th. Watch this. They are way better informed on the facts than she is: pic.twitter.com/KLGmq9x7x4
— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) October 24, 2022