Rachel Maddow discusses Trump keeping his plans for the 1/6 march into the Capitol a secret from the U.S. government.
ellipsis, then the U.S. Capitol. So today, Jan. 6, the survey revealed that Trump had been planning to tell the crowd that he was on the railing outside the White House. His plan all along was to tell them unexpectedly that they should leave that meeting place and walk to the convention. Walk to the U.S. Capitol across from town where Congress is meeting to count the electoral votes. That wasn’t brought up in the rally application, and I’m not at all someone the high-level discussed, it would be a pleasant surprise to do a safe sport like this, or anything close to it.
Rally organizers were told people like Mike Lindell, my pillow people were told these were the president’s secret plans. But the actual government was not informed. Because they knew in advance that if the agencies had news, they would try to block it. So this is the private factory of the president and the people he uses to call crowds to Washington. A plan that needs to be kept secret from the government, because of course it is a plan to physically overthrow the government.
Trump’s call for crowds to march to the Capitol was not spontaneous. Trump has been planning to have his supporters attack the Capitol. The rally was held to mobilize his supporters in Washington to prevent Joe Biden’s election from being certified.
His rally to build an army to attack the Capitol was all planned, and Maddow’s point made clear that Trump was accused of sedition.
Mr. Easley is the editor-in-chief. He is also a congressional correspondent for the White House Press Center and PolitcusUSA. Jason has a BA in Political Science. His graduate work has focused on public policy, with a focus on social reform movements.
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