Trump makes one simple mistake that most people make on a daily basis and liberals try to compare him to Biden? What a joke!
At a recent rally held in Concord, New Hampshire, former President Trump made statements that appeared to intertwine former U.N. ambassador Nikki Haley and Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) while discussing the tumultuous events of January 6, 2021, at the Capitol. Addressing the assembled crowd, Trump took note of the audience’s size and alleged that when Haley visited the area, her gatherings attracted only a meager number of people, a detail he claimed was consistently overlooked by the press.
Trump went on to make bold claims, asserting that all information and evidence pertaining to the January 6 attack had been intentionally obliterated. He baselessly accused Nikki Haley of being in charge of security and insisted that an offer of deploying 10,000 troops had been rejected, insinuating a lack of transparency and honesty among those involved.
In the course of his impassioned remarks, Trump seemed to inadvertently swap Nikki Haley with former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Despite Pelosi’s office vehemently refuting allegations that she bore responsibility for Capitol security on the day of the riot, Trump persisted in his claims to the contrary. Pelosi’s spokesperson clarified that on January 6th, the Speaker wielded no more control over Capitol security than Mitch McConnell.
Compelling footage extracted from House select committee hearings, actively investigating the insurrection, showcased Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer engaging in discussions with Cabinet members and governors regarding the unfolding events of the Capitol attack. Despite these visual records, Trump clung to his narrative, further underscoring the divisiveness surrounding the events of January 6th.
President Biden’s campaign capitalized on Trump’s apparent mix-up, leveraging it on social media platforms to emphasize what they perceived as a reluctance to address specific facets of the events that transpired on January 6th. This episode adds another layer to the ongoing debate over accountability and transparency surrounding the Capitol riot, highlighting the complex dynamics at play within the political discourse.