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WATCH: January 6th Committee Is Ready To Back Up Cassidy Hutchinson’s Testimony

WATCH: January 6th Committee Is Ready To Back Up Cassidy Hutchinson’s Testimony

Since Cassidy Hutchinson’s bombshell testimony less than a week ago, Donald Trump and a slate of his supporters have fought to discredit her, attack her character, and convince the public that the things she said are proven to be false — despite (deja vu?) having actually brought no evidence of any such thing.

WASHINGTON, DC – JUNE 28: Cassidy Hutchinson, a top former aide to Trump White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, testifies during the sixth hearing by the House Select Committee on the January 6th insurrection in the Cannon House Office Building on June 28, 2022 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Brandon Bell/Getty Images)

Trump posted on his social media site, suggesting that Hutchinson was not trusted by others in the White House and that she’s upset at him for not taking her to Florida. (This seems to echo the pattern of what he says about everyone who dares cross him.)

Others have claimed that the Secret Service agents who were present will testify that Trump did not grab the steering wheel when they refused to take him to the Capitol Building. (Hutchinson testified that she heard a conversation about him attempting to grab the wheel, not that she witnessed him doing so, and this of course is the least of her testimony that day.)

They’ve also said White House Counsel Pat Cipollone wasn’t in the White House that day, and therefore couldn’t have carried out actions she testified to witnessing, and Trump has tried to cast doubt on her testimony about him telling security to let armed protestors in.

Still, nobody attacking Hutchinson has brought a shred of evidence to support their claims — but the January 6th Committee is ready to bring evidence in support of her testimony.

Here’s Liz Cheney, appearing on This Week to share that the Committee has “significant evidence” to support Hutchinson’s testimony.

Of course, the Committee has consistently brought multiple forms of evidence for their allegations, including not just testimony but documentation in the form of video, police communications, text messages, and other communications documented between and from individuals accused of helping advance the election plots.

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Furthermore, Adam Kinzinger shared on CNN that the Committee has been contacted by new witnesses, who say they can corroborate details, since Hutchinson’s testimony.

He says that people are contacting the Committee every day to say they have information they didn’t realize was important until seeing the hearings, but then realized would corroborate, support, or give additional information for the testimony they’ve already received.

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