Must See: This Video Proves January 6 Commission Is A Witch-Hunt

Written By BlabberBuzz | Friday, 28 January 2022 09:30
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The January 6 commission is a sham, and to prove it all you have to do is see the video below of Alex Jones on January 6 telling his supporters to remain peaceful - to not act like AntiFa. But they called him anyway, knowing the video exists - and he just showed America how taxpayer money is being wasted by exercising his rights more than 100 times, basically not answering a thing.

Conservative Alex Jones arrived before the House Select Committee probing the January 6 Capitol riots - and invoked the Fifth Amendment over 100 times. 'Just watch the video, Congressman - it says it all' - 'I know the constitution and I am using my rights to not help you in this witch hunt'.

Speaking on his InfoWars show Monday, Jones asserted he had just ended a virtual interview with the Committee about the attack on the nation's capitol building after a rally by President Donald Trump outside the White House.

The Committee had called the Right-wing broadcaster to deliver depositions and records about the event after he spoke at a rally in Washington D.C. the day before. He had also spoken with the organizers of the Jan. 6th rally.

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Jones, however, is not accused of entering the building at any time, and has not been charged with criminal activity.

In the show, broadcast online, he also rejected any knowledge of plans for violence on the day of the riots.

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"I went there to have a peaceful political rally, to put peaceful political pressure on Congress," Jones said. "It's a horrible historic fiasco and I wish it never happened."

Jones said that he "wanted" to provide answers to the Committee's "overall pretty reasonable" questions of the events revolving around the Capitol incident, but held back over concerns political enemies on the panel could accuse him of perjury.

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"My lawyer told me, almost 100 times today.. :' On advice of counsel, I am asserting my Fifth Amendment right to remain silent.' And the media tells you that's because you're guilty, or because you're going to incriminate yourself."

In the show, Jones picked on Democrat Adam Schiff, a member of the Committee, saying that was "famous for creating fake quotes", and could use Jones' testimony against him.

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Jones said the circumstances around January 6 were "one big blur", adding: "About half the questions I didn't know the answer to, and a bunch of them were emails I had never seen and planning things I had never seen. At least from memory."

Jones said the Committee delivered emails and text messages to him during their session from organizers - some of the thousands of records students have received from dozens of witnesses during their months-long investigation.

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He said he "didn't do anything and didn't plan any violence".

On a previous show, Jones said that the White House had asked him to "lead the march" to the Capitol.

But on his show Monday, he said he never backed efforts to enter the Capitol and that his main point of contact was Trump campaign fundraiser Caroline Wren, who helped organize the protest outside the White House on January 6.

He echoed the claim that one million people showed up to the march, and the event became "impossible to control".

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