Join Jim and Greg as they follow up on the Colorado Senate race and how Democrats wasted $4 million trying to influence the GOP primary. They also discuss Cassidy Hutchinson’s testimony before the January 6th committee and how two Secret Service agents strongly deny her account of President Trump’s behavior after the rally that day. And they welcome the sentence of Epstein madam Ghislaine Maxwell but lament that the many clients who violated underage girls will apparently face no consequences whatsoever.


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  1. Taras Coolidge

    The farcical Jan 6 committee may not be having much luck, but here’s a “smoking gun” in this podcast:

    So, anyhow, it’s great that the January 6 commission [sic] is, you know, trying to fill in the blanks and add more detail …”

    Jim Geraghty is so deep in the toils of TDS that he actually takes the committee seriously. I like to joke that he is “always wrong”, but this is no longer funny.

    There is evidence of his bad judgment all over this episode. For example, he indicates he took the preposterous new charges seriously, up until they were debunked by the Secret Service.

    Geraghty actually wonders at the purpose of the committee.  He must be the only person in Washington who doesn’t know that it is to dirty up Trump prior to any Presidential run in 2024.  Which is to say, the exact same purpose as the Mueller investigation of “Russia collusion”.

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