Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats have been working around the clock to deceive the American public.
The Democrats are digging deep into their bag of political tricks to set a new narrative and pull the wool over America’s eyes, from the sham 2020 election to all these different COVID “variants” popping up to the so-called “armed Jan 6th insurgency” and pretending Joe Biden doesn’t have a raging case of Alzheimer’s.
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They’re really pulling out all the stops in some of the most spectacular ways we’ve ever seen — it’s clear they’re desperate right now.
Congressmen are now giving the suits they wore on January 6th to the Smithsonian Institution. You can’t even make up these ridiculous theatrics, can you?
6 months ago today I wore this blue suit as I cleaned the Capitol after the insurrection, now I just donated it to the Smithsonian. Jan6 must never be forgotten. While some try to erase history, I will fight to tell the story so it never happens again. Here is one story…(THREAD) pic.twitter.com/GKePd1ZMrr
— Andy Kim (@AndyKimNJ) July 6, 2021
However, it isn’t working.
The fraud is well-known among Americans, and they aren’t falling for it.
According to Rasmussen, people are unconcerned about whether Congress passes President Joe Biden’s infrastructure program, and the majority expect Republicans will regain control of Congress in next year’s midterm elections.
According to a new Rasmussen Reports national telephone and online poll, 60 percent of Probable U.S. Voters say it is at least somewhat likely that Republicans will retake control of the U.S. House of Representatives next year, with 35 percent believing it is Very Likely.
Thirty percent (30%) of people believe the Republican Party will lose control of the House next year, while 10% are undecided.
Americans aren’t irrational. We can observe what’s going on right in front of our eyes and identify “propaganda.”
When social media was not as big as it is today, the left had an easier time pulling off these types of political snow jobs in the 1990s and early 2000s.