- Dec 28, 2011
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You people made up Q.They think it's fact-based. Just wait until Trump becomes president again in a few hours. Then you'll see...Is Q all you assholes can say? It is not fact based and you are lying.Q nuts out-crazy the Teabagger nuts.There are several idiots in the US Senate. But none more so than RonAnon Johnson!
Republican Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson has defended his February 23 claim that "fake Trump supporters" were present at the January 6 insurrection at the Capitol. Johnson took his claim from a non-researched article that he admitted "might be ... flawed."Johnson defended his reference to Waller's piece in a New York Timesinterview published Monday. In the interview, Johnson said he referred to the article in an attempt to "get to the bottom of ... unanswered questions" about the riots."It might be a flawed part of the evidence, but why exclude it?" Johnson asked. "Just because it doesn't necessarily tie into whatever narrative somebody else wants to tell about the day? I'm not interested in the narratives, I'm interested in the truth."
Johnson said he referred to the article in an attempt to "get to the bottom of ... unanswered questions" about the riots.www.newsweek.com
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