Media Begins Their Week Long J6 Attack on Democracy Narrative Engineering Effort

Posted originally on the conservative tree house on January 2, 2022 | Sundance | 178 Comments

Despite the predictability and transparency of the propaganda effort, the media and democrats are going all-in.  All the broadcast Sunday Talk shows were filled with the “democracy in danger” talking points using the January 6, 2021, Capitol Hill protests to drive the agenda.

We can likely expect an entire week of building apoplexy culminating in some form of DC release.  The Lawfare crew and the J6 committee members have been producing this pantomime for almost a year, and it kicks off the 2022 Democrat mid-year election effort.

Along with the traditional democrat pearl-clutchers the republican wing of the UniParty is putting forth the insufferables: Liz Cheney, Adam Kinzinger, Pete Meijer and the one-eyed Cheney, Dan Crenshaw.   Additionally, the collapse of the ‘winter of death’ narrative combined with the inability of a new canine in the White House to rebrand the occupant, means even more emphasis will be placed on the J6 nonsense this week.

You might have heard that congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Green (MTG) was permanently removed from Twitter today under the auspices of breaking the approved speech rules for the Rona. However, it seems more likely -or at least more convenient- that her voice was removed due to the forward operational needs of the J6 engineering team.

It’s not going out on a limb to say the New York Times, Washington Post and Politico most likely have their J6 supportive articles written and in the queue for sequentially planned distribution all week.  Certainly, they will launch the first round of articles, based on J6 committee leaks, starting tomorrow.

ABC kicked out a J6 poll today pushing the storyline that most republicans agree the events of January 6th were an attack against democracy. {LINK} And of course, President Trump is to blame for everything that took place.  Democrats are using this opportunity to try and get rid of the outsider threat once and for all.

Not to be outdone, the entire editorial board of the New York Times also claimed today, “the survival of the American republic depends on looking backward to that day.” {LINK} A little dramatic flair from the professional couch fainters.

The democrats must distract to something, must point to something, because there’s literally not a single positive accomplishment for them to refer to on anything.   Gas prices have doubled, energy prices have skyrocketed, home heating costs have doubled, inflation at the grocery store is crushing every worker and, if you believe their fearmongering, COVID is worse than ever despite all the triple-vaxxed, boosted, double-maskers running around shouting at everyone to hide in the bunkers.

Think about it.  They really need the J6 narrative, because there’s literally not a good outcome the leftists can talk about.  The day after the J6 anniversary, on Friday January 7th, a new batch of December employment and economic statistics will be released.

Absent the FBI pulling the trigger on a mass casualty event they have in the queue, and absent a domestic terror event the FBI have prepared for political deployment, they really need the J6 narrative to suck up the oxygen and launch them into the 2022 mid-terms.   Watch out for whatever the DOJ/FBI and J6 committee have in mind.

Do not underestimate how the ‘six ways to Sunday‘ Fourth Branch of Government will coordinate inside government, and externally with partners like Lawfare, in an effort to protect itself.   An intercepted kidnapping plot of Nancy Pelosi or Kamala Harris would not surprise me in the least.  Nor would some kind of FBI-created death threat toward a high-profile Democrat government official.

If the J6 momentum stalls, the DOJ/FBI/Fourth Branch will need some big headline grabbing operation for everyone to focus on.  As the New York Times stated, “The survival of the American republic” depends on it.

Look out for something akin to the FBI operation using Cesar Syoc and his October 2018 ACME pipe bombs filled with “energetic material that may become combustible when subjected to heat or friction,” something like that.

Once you see the strings on the marionettes, it’s impossible to return to that moment when you did not see them.

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