Jan 6 Committee’s Plan BACKFIRES

Former President Donald Trump “loves the idea of testifying” in front of Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s illegitimate January 6th House Committee, a source close to Trump told Fox News after the committee unanimously voted to subpoena him Wednesday.

The source stated that if Trump complied with the Congressional subpoena and gave his testimony, he would “talk about how corrupt the election was, how corrupt the committee was, and how Nancy Pelosi did not call up the National Guard that Trump strongly recommended for her to do three days earlier on January 3, 2021.”

The source informed Fox News that it is uncertain at this point if Trump in fact will testify before the committee, but stressed that Trump “loves the idea.”

The committee–  of seven Democrats and two anti-Trump, disgraced ex-Republicans, voted Thursday to urge Trump to testify about his conduct leading up to and also throughout the Capitol riots on Jan. 6, 2021.

The two RINO members of the committee were hand-picked by Speaker Pelosi in defiance of House rules, thus invalidating their findings. Under the rules of the House of Representatives, the right to appoint GOP committee members rests with the House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy.

In a special interview with Fox News Digital on Thursday, Trump slammed the committee and also its investigation as a “witch hunt.”

“The committee is a hoax, a sham, a partisan witch hunt which is a continuation of the witch hunt that has gone on since the great day for our country that I came down the golden escalator with our future first lady,” Trump said. “They have no case, they have no ratings, so they have to try to do this to get publicity.”

Trump did not comment on whether he would affirm before the board.

Trump told Fox News that the examination has actually been “a partisan witch hunt, together with two Republicans that have been thrown out of the party — one not wanting to run because he couldn’t win; and another losing by a record number of more than 40 points.”

Trump was describing Rep. Liz Cheney, disgraced former Republican of Wyoming, who was defeated heavily in her primary earlier this year, and also Rep. Adam Kinzinger, of Illinois, who chose not to run for re-election.

Trump told Fox News that the committee “never covered the important subject of election fraud, or why Pelosi and the mayor of D.C. did not call up the National Guard — which I strongly recommended.”

“They didn’t cover the reason for January 6 — the largest crowd — it wasn’t set up by me,” Trump said. “The committee didn’t cover election fraud, which was massive, and they didn’t cover why Pelosi didn’t call the National Guard.”

Trump said that he had actually advised that Pelosi as well as the mayor of Washington phone the National Guard on Jan. 6 due to the fact that he “felt the crowd was going to be far bigger than anyone understood.”

“They didn’t do their job. I believed the crowd was going to be bigger — just my instinct — and they had the chance to call up the National Guard three days before Jan. 6, and if they did, Jan. 6 would have been a very different day,” Trump said. “But they didn’t do it.”

He included: “They were derelict in their duty. I gave them the authorization and the recommendation to call up the National Guard.”

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