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January 6 Committee Leaks 2,319 Text Messages Mark Meadows Sent Between Election Day and Inauguration Day to CNN

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Another day, another leak from the January 6 Committee.

The sham January 6 Committee leaked 2,319 text messages Trump’s former Chief of Staff Mark Meadows sent and received from Election Day and Inauguration Day to CNN.

Mark Meadows provided the text messages to the January 6 Committee and they leaked the trove of messages to CNN.

Once again, there is no “bombshell” information in the text exchanges but the Democrat-media complex is frothing over Mark Meadows’ texts.

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CNN reported:

CNN has obtained 2,319 text messages that former President Donald Trump’s White House chief of staff Mark Meadows sent and received between Election Day 2020 and President Joe Biden’s January 20, 2021 inauguration.

The vast trove of texts offers the most revealing picture to date of how Trump’s inner circle, supporters and Republican lawmakers worked behind the scenes to try to overturn the election results and then reacted to the violence that effort unleashed at the US Capitol on January 6, 2021.

The texts include everything from plans to fight the election results to surprising and unexpected reactions on January 6 from some of Trump’s staunchest allies. At 2:28 p.m., Greene, the conservative firebrand who had helped to plan the congressional objections that day, texted Meadows with an urgent plea for help as the violence was unfolding at the Capitol.

“Mark I was just told there is an active shooter on the first floor of the Capitol Please tell the President to calm people This isn’t the way to solve anything,” Greene wrote. Meadows does not appear to reply.

More messages flooded in.

“Mark: he needs to stop this, now. Can I do anything to help?” Mick Mulvaney, Trump’s former acting White House chief of staff, texted Meadows.

“It’s really bad up here on the hill. They have breached the Capitol,” Georgia Republican Rep. Barry Loudermilk wrote.

“The president needs to stop this ASAP,” texted GOP Rep. William Timmons of South Carolina.

“POTUS is engaging,” Meadows sent in response to Loudermilk. “We are doing it,” he texted to Timmons.

“Thanks. This doesn’t help our cause,” Loudermilk replied.

Shortly after, Donald Trump Jr. weighed in: “This his(sic) one you go to the mattresses on. They will try to fuck his entire legacy on this if it gets worse.”

“TELL THEM TO GO HOME !!!” texted Trump’s first chief of staff, Reince Priebus.

This isn’t the first time Pelosi’s unconstitutional Jan. 6 Committee has released private text messages to the public.

Earlier this month the January 6 committee selectively leaked Don Jr.’s text messages with Mark Meadows to CNN.

The January 6 Committee previously leaked Ginni Thomas’ text exchanges with Mark Meadows to the Washington Post as her husband, Justice Clarence Thomas was hospitalized with an infection.

In December, Liz Cheney read Mark Meadows’ private text messages with Fox News hosts out loud.

The Gateway Pundit

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