Nolte: Politico Poll Shows No One Listening to Rigged January 6 Committee

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In October 2021, 67 percent of Republicans said Donald Trump “should run” for president again in 2024. Today, 66 percent say the same.

Put another way: the Rigged Kangaroo Court Known As The January 6 Committee, is a total flop.

“Former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson’s vivid testimony last month to the select House committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol attack was the latest to shake Washington, but much like the panel’s other public hearings,” Morning Consult reports, “it appears to have done little to change Americans’ minds about another presidential bid by Donald Trump, according to a new Morning Consult/Politico survey.”

Yes, that’s a poll from Morning Consult and the left-wing Politico. Can you imagine the heartache over there?

Cassidy Hutchinson

Cassidy Hutchinson, former aide to Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, testifies as the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol holds a hearing in Washington, Tuesday, June 28, 2022. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

Other than some fluctuations that actually saw GOP support for trump increase a few points between October 2021 and this month, nothing has changed.

But what does that 66 percent look like in context? How does it compare to history and others?

Thankfully, we have those numbers.

Between November of 2021 and today, His Fraudulency Joe Biden’s support from his own Democrats for a second term has fallen from 62 percent to 51 percent.

Only 51 percent of Democrats believe Biden — a sitting president — should run again. LOL.

Another thing to remember is that Trump lost the presidency in 2020. How many presidents who lose re-election hold on to this kind of support from their base? Was anyone clamoring for Jimmy Carter or George H.W. Bush to run again?


Other than Adlai Stevenson 60 years ago, I can’t even remember a failed party nominee who was brought back for a second chance.

U.S .Representative Liz Cheney (L) gives an opening statement, with Chairman Bennie Thompson, during a House Select Committee hearing to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the U.S. Capitol,  on June 9, 2022. (ALEX BRANDON/POOL/AFP via Getty Images)

In politics, a loser is seen as a loser is seen as a loser.

So Trump’s enduring loyalty with his base is nearly unprecedented.

What’s more, the fascist injustice that is the Rigged Kangaroo Court Known As The January 6 Committee, is probably increasing Republican loyalty towards Trump. The whole affair is so un-American, unfair, and loaded with audacious lies that every decent American wants to see Liz Cheney and Company smacked in the face with a Trump 2024 victory.

If anything, the ludicrous testimony from Cassidy Hutchinson, her on-their-face lies about Trump assaulting a Secret Service agent and grabbing the steering wheel of a presidential vehicle — something so ridiculous only the idiots at Fox News would believe and spread it — destroyed whatever residual credibility the Kangaroo Court Known As The January 6 Committee might have had left.

Calling a witness before the world on national TV to spew perjury is about as desperate as it gets. Why would we believe anything that comes from these clowns after that exhibition of lies?

The internal numbers in the Morning Consult/Politico also show the January 6 ball not moving….

Only 32 percent of all voters and 23 percent of Republicans said they knew a lot about Hutchinson’s perjurous testimony. Considering all the coverage, that tells you just how much the puboiuc has tuned out the fake media, including Fox News.

Back in June, 29 percent of the Republicans believed Trump was somewhat responsible for the Capitol Hill riot. Today, that number has only moved up to 31 percent, which is within the margin of error.

And so…

Despite billions and billions and billions of dollars in corporate media propaganda, including hours of hysterical live coverage during primetime on most of the networks, the ball has only moved hard against Joe Biden’s re-election chances, not Trump’s. In fact, unlike every president and presidential nominee in my lifetime who’s lost a presidential election, Trump remains enormously popular within his own party.

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