WATCH: Fox’s Baier Says Today’s Hearing Should Spell the End of Republicans Trying to Downplay the Insurrection

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Despite the champion efforts of Republicans, determination was a proceeding connected the 1/6 insurrection connected the Capitol today. The GOP lawmakers, of course, were trying to forestall the proceeding due to the fact that it made them look incredibly bad.

Following the proceedings, Bret Baier talked astir however compelling the grounds of 4 Capitol constabulary officers who were attacked that day. And the Fox News anchor said this should spell the extremity of Republicans who are trying to downplay the seriousness of that day.

If you were watching you saw compelling, astatine times damning, affectional grounds from these 4 officers who fought the enactment to effort to support the Capitol and the lawmakers inside,” Baier began. “For anybody watching who looked astatine that and looked astatine the videos and their grounds astir that time and thought it was not convulsive I deliberation that was an eye-opener.”

Fox's Bret Baier calls retired Republicans who are downplaying the seriousness of the 1/6 riots.

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The Fox big past moved on to those trying to downplay the events. “While Republicans politically are saying that this is simply a partisan effort and that they complaint that it’s not going to get to the questions that they deliberation are important astir January 6th, wherefore were the Capitol Police truthful ill-prepared for what happened that day. You cannot ticker this grounds and accidental that it’s not a large deal. And you cannot ticker this grounds and accidental that determination are questions that are going to instrumentality america places that I don’t deliberation we cognize wherever we’re going to spell yet.”

It was refreshing to spot astatine slightest 1 Fox anchor telephone retired gaslighting GOP members. The remainder of the day, Fox viewers volition astir apt perceive astir however it was each Nancy Pelosi’s fault.

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