Cory Booker Repeats False Jan 6 Talking Points, Accuses Trump of ‘Returning to the Scene of the Crime’

Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ) is continuing to promote the Democrats’ widely debunked false narratives about the January 6 2021 protests on Capitol Hill.

As the critical November elections draw near, Democrats are still insulting the American people with lies about the so-called “insurrection.”

Nearly four years after Jan. 6, the alleged “insurrection” has receded in the minds of most Americans.

However, Democrats are still pushing their narrative as President Joe Biden falls behind on issues that people actually care about, such as immigration and the economy.

In an example of how desperate Democrats have become, Booker appeared on MSNBC to respond to President Donald Trump’s return to the nation’s capital last week.

During the MSNBC interview, Booker deceitfully compared Trump’s triumphant return to a criminal “returning to the scene of the crime.”

His theatrics sparked massive backlash, however.

Booker described the spectacle of Trump’s return as “painful.”

He recited many of the familiar buzzwords about the “sacred” citadel of “our democracy” being raided in an alleged “coup.”

The senator showed his party’s cavalier attitude with the facts by repeating the outright false talking point that “multiple” police officers were killed on Jan. 6.

“The world’s most deliberative body, in a sacred civic space, had to be chased out, literally running for their lives to avoid a mob that was chanting murderous chants,” he said.

“It ultimately led to the deaths of multiple police officers.”

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In reality, no police deaths have been directly attributed to the actions of the January 6th rioters.

Booker was, it appears, vaguely alluding to police suicides that have been loosely linked with the riot.

The death of Officer Brian Sicknick was ruled the result of natural causes.

The only person killed on Jan. 6 was Trump supporter, Ashli Babbitt.

Babbitt was shot dead by a Capitol Police officer who faced no consequences.

Democrats conveniently edit Babbitt from the narrative, however.

In addition, Booker’s reference to “a mob that was chanting murderous chants” has also been proven to be false.

During the televised Jan. 6 congressional hearing, Democrats played security camera footage of people entering the Capitol building that included terrifying chants and yelling.

However, security cameras don’t record audio as they are usually positioned too far away from the subject to pick up sound.

It emerged that Democrats had added scary-sounding audio to the video footage to make the scenes more dramatic for the TV audience.

Last week, Trump put on a united front with Republicans when he returned to Capitol Hill.

He was shaking hands with former critics who once blamed him for the Jan. 6 protests such as Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY).

The display infuriated Democrats, who are locked in a tight battle with Republicans for control of the levers of power in Washington.

“He [Trump] showed back up at the scene of the crime, and people who spoke very passionately about the President of the United States really undermining the dignity of the office and inspiring a riot showed back up to the Capitol,” Booker said.

“It brought a lot of that pain back.”

Of course, Booker’s language about the “scene of the crime” also echoes the Democratic Party’s new favorite talking point: that Trump is a “convicted felon” because a kangaroo court in Manhattan found him “guilty” of a bogus crime.

Despite the media’s endless barrage of propaganda, Trump is in a tight race with Biden.

Many Americans now see through the Democrat propaganda and look back with nostalgia on the prosperity of the Trump years.

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By Nick R. Hamilton

Nick has a broad background in journalism, business, and technology. He covers news on cryptocurrency, traditional assets, and economic markets.

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