The problem that is evident in the January 6 Commission's show trial is that they are literally piecing together footage, and showing paragraphs of communications without showing the entire thing. This past week, for example, Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) was implicated in a 'fake elector' scheme by three lines of text, with the rest being blocked out intentionally. The obvious danger of course, is to Senator Johnson himself - his career and his reputation, but it can get worse when liberal lunatics are stalking him based on this false - or rather, incomplete narrative. Picking and choosing the words they will show and the portions of interviews they had without showing the full piece - as happened with Ivanka Trump when they showed a three-minute clip out of a several-hour interview and used that as a 'smoking gun' admission the President was wrong - has serious ramifications when the mental health of most leftists is on a steep decline. To price this, Just over the weekend, Senator Johnson was approached by a liberal activist at Milwaukee's General Mitchell International Airport on Friday as he went back to his home state from Washington, D.C. Lauren Windsor, executive producer of the liberal web-based program The Undercurrent who was on the same flight, asked Johnson about text messages revealed in a Jan. 6 committee hearing this week that showed the senator's chief of staff, Sean Riley, asking a staffer for then-Vice President Mike Pence about delivering a slate of "alternate" electors. On a radio show Thursday, Johnson said his team felt the papers came from the office of Rep. Mike Kelly (R-PA). Kelly has denied involvement. [tweet_embed] June 26, 2022[/tweet_embed] In a statement Thursday, Mr. Kelly’s office categorically denied the accusations. “Senator Johnson’s statements about Representative Kelly are patently false. Mr. Kelly has not spoken to Sen. Johnson for the better part of a decade, and he has no knowledge of the claims Mr. Johnson is making related to the 2020 election,” the statement said. In the interview, Mr. Johnson called his involvement “so minimal.” “I really had no recollection of any specifics whatsoever, OK,” he said, saying the committee’s findings are a “nothing burger.” Mr. Johnson avoided reporters Thursday following revelations at the special hearing. [tweet_embed] June 26, 2022[/tweet_embed] “First of all, we’ll see what actually transpired," Johnson told Windsor, according to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. "Obviously, we believe it came from his office. I never spoke with the congressman. I never said I did. He’s got to find out with his staff who might’ve talked to my staff. That’s all I have to say.” Windsor kept pushing the senator, asking if it was frequent that his chief of staff conducted business without making Johnson aware. Johnson echoed his opinion that the list came from Kelly. When asked whether the senator played a role in attempting to overturn the election results, Johnson initially told Windsor that he played a "two-minute role" before adjusting his answer and saying he had no role. He also told the activist to "go away." The reporter pushed a final time by asking why the senator still employed Riley. Johnson did not directly reply before fading through an emergency exit. [tweet_embed] June 26, 2022[/tweet_embed] Alexa Henning, Johnson's spokeswoman, said the senator was willing to talk and be respectful toward anyone who had questions but that rude behavior should be condemned by Democrats. "What is unfortunate is that Democrat leaders have encouraged this type of disrespectful encounter," Henning told the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel. "Democrat leaders bear the responsibility to condemn this behavior before it turns violent." [tweet_embed] June 26, 2022[/tweet_embed] Windsor previously met Johnson in 2021 at a Republican event in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, where she filmed Johnson asserting that "there's nothing obviously skewed about the results" of the 2020 election in Wisconsin, according to the report.