There are two sides to the January 6th coin. As we amplified in Part 1, the contretemps that day were not remotely the assault on American Democracy and the peaceful transfer of power that they’re cracked-up to be by the Dems, the ruling elites and their megaphones in the MSM.
But January 6th didn’t mark the unfair and regrettable end of a noble presidency that had put America back on the road to sustainable prosperity and conservative rejuvenation, either. In fact, the Donald’s presidency was a mish-mash of populist nationalism and retrogressive economics. And the latter policies were every bit as bad as those of his predecessor.