Pelosi Joins Hillary Clinton's Podcast To Peddle Trump-Russia Nonsense

Pelosi Joins Hillary Clinton's Podcast To Peddle Trump-Russia Nonsense

In an MSNBC interview that aired Tuesday night, the House speaker accused Trump of inciting the deadly riot at the Capitol on January 6, which left at least five people dead including a U.S. Capitol Police officer.

Clinton presented no evidence to back up her conspiracy theory but floated it nonetheless, and the Speaker piggybacked. saying she wants another 9/11-like commission to dig into Trump's Presidency, the riots and potential ties to Russian Federation.

This comes as the Democrats are ramping up the use of the Capitol Hill violence to paint every conservative as complicit in the incident.

"I just think, I know there was another woman beside her also doing it, I think she was like "they're letting us up, they're letting us up, let's go".

Rather than discussing Trump's legacy on his final day in office, or looking forward to the Biden-Harris administration, Fox pundits discussed the 2016 presidential candidate's "latest Russian Federation conspiracy", calling it a "never ending hoax".

"Historically, I hope we will find out who he is, who pulls his strings", Clinton said, first expanding the false-flag narrative.

Pelosi added that with Trump, "all roads lead to Putin". "I'd love to see his phone records to see if he was talking to Putin on the day the insurgents invaded our Capitol".

"We have security beyond what anybody ever thought would be the need". And why? Because this president has been telling people that the election was not legitimate and these people believe him.

In adding the theft-related charges on Tuesday, a Virginia-based Federal Bureau of Investigation agent said Williams was recorded on closed-circuit cameras in the Capitol going into and coming out of Pelosi's office. "The Constitution prevailed. because Congress, stepping over the wreckage of its Capitol, met and confirmed with the vice president of the United States the vote of the Electoral College, setting the stage for the latest peaceful transition of power yesterday", the judge said.

"I don't know what Putin has on him politically, financially, or personally, but what happened last week was a gift to Putin because Putin wants to undermine democracy in our country and throughout the world", the Speaker said. She said that there was "strong support" for such a body in Congress. The quotations attributed to Clinton were therefore accurate and a fair representation of what she said.

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