May 16, 2024

House Investigators Dialing in on Cheney Communications with J6 Witness

Well, a very interesting report has come out off the Hill that almost gave me whiplash.

Our old friend Liz Cheney appears to be the subject of House investigators.

According to the report, they are looking to obtain communications between Cheney and one of the key witnesses for her J6 Committee investigation.

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Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA), chairman of the Committee on House Administration’s oversight subcommittee, penned a letter demanding the communications that took place between Cheney and former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson.

The media fell in love with Hutchinson when she was testifying, but much of her testimony has been scrutinized after the fact.

Loudermilk is not done there, either, as he also wants the communications that took place between Hutchinson and former Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, ex-White House Communications Director Alyssa Farah Griffin, former White House Deputy Chief Anthony Ornato, and Secret Service agent Robert Engel, among others.

Hutchinson tried to cash in on her 15 minutes by writing a memoir, so Loudermilk told her he wanted "all communications referencing or referring to potential publishing or book deals or related compensation."

Cheney and Hutchinson now appear to be buddies, with Hutchinson recently stating, “Liz Cheney is the leader that we all need to aspire to be, and she is the leader that we need as a country to come together and find people to elect people like Liz Cheney."

Because the J6 Committee did not properly store its documents, the committee investigating that committee’s work has to go through the same processes all over again.

Loudermilk stated, "Therefore, the Subcommittee must now determine what documents were not properly archived, and assess what documents are necessary to accomplish a productive investigation.

“The Subcommittee has no choice but to repeat much of the work of the Select Committee to understand their investigative findings.”

I questioned Hutchinson’s testimony at the time because it did not seem genuine, and the fact that she tried to cash in with a book tells me all I really need to know about her now.

I would love for this committee to be able to prove that those hearings were tainted, as we all know they were. But if they can find some type of collusion that took place, well, then we really get to have some fun.

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