Dems and most of their enablers in the media won’t admit it, but the January 6 Committee has a real credibility problem over Cassidy Hutchinson’s disputed testimony from Tuesday, both the limo story and the “note” she says she wrote but was really written by White House lawyer Eric Herschmann:

Oh, but it gets worse. The latest is the January 6 Committee never even bothered to reach out to the United States Secret Service to confirm the limo story:

“What a giant sham”:

But it’s not just conservatives pointing out the committee may have a credibility problem.

Here’s Punchbowl News’s Jake Sherman, calling it “interesting” that the committee “had her testify about” the alleged limo incident”

The New York Times’ Maggie Haberman added, the “committee also meticulously maps these hearings, so a key is why did they want this in there”:

Now, we’re just spitballing here, but maybe — JUST MAYBE — the limo story was in there because highly-partisan staffers jumped on the “too-good-to-check” anecdote because they knew it would play well with the “digital-era dramatics”?

But, hey, we may never know!

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