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JUST IN: National Guard Whistleblowers Blow The Lid Off Deep-State J6 Narrative, Set To Testify Next Week

It’s all coming out now—the truth always does.

Sources say that National Guard whistleblowers have come out to contradict the official narrative of the January 6th protests laid out by the political establishment.

The whistleblowers claim that they were, in fact, ordered and prepared for deployment to bolster security on January 6th, but the Pentagon delayed the order and had the personnel stand down.

A hearing will be held next week where the whistleblowers will give their highly-anticipated testimony to members of Congress. Chuck Callesto had more:

“At least three officers are expected to testify on Wednesday before a House subcommittee, asserting that their accounts were overlooked by the Democrat-led January 6 committee, as it conflicted with the established narrative.

The hearing seeks to substantiate claims that then-Acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller had previously authorized the deployment of the D.C. National Guard on Trump’s directive.”

Daily Mail broke the story and revealed:

Instead of getting to the bottom of the breakdown in communication and focusing on improving Military preparedness for future incidents, the witnesses feel the January 6 panel was solely focused on pinning blame for the events that day on Trump.

The officers, who were with Walker the day of the Capitol riot, will detail how they were on buses in full tactical gear for hours waiting for the go-ahead from the Army.

Ryan Fournier concluded: “The Pentagon held them back. This was an internal coup against the President of the United States.”

Previously, Politico reported:

In a 36-page memo, Col. Earl Matthews, who held high-level National Security Council and Pentagon roles during the Trump administration, slams the Pentagon’s inspector general for what he calls an error-riddled report that protects a top Army official who argued against sending the National Guard to the Capitol on Jan. 6, delaying the insurrection response for hours.


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