Watch: GOP Rep. Andy Biggs Will Fact-Check Democratic Representative Sheila Jackson Lee, Texas, Immediately, Following Her Hoax Usage to Attack Donald Trump!!!

During the past few weeks, we all learned something about the “Big Lie” resulting from the Capitol riot on January 6.

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It is used for anyone who doubted the security of the 2020 election. It refers to anyone who doubts that the election was well-run, legal, and all-around gosh-darned special general election America has ever had.

This “Big Lie” is a suitable way to tie conservatives to a term related to propaganda coined by Hitler.
Experts spent hours of dedicated work debunking the “Big Lie.”

“Persistent Lie” was the first in a row, and four years have passed since the Charlottesville attack. In this attack, people thought that Trump called the white supremacists “very fine people.”

Currently, we are in 2021, and we are still at the same place, stated Democratic Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, Texas.
Lee is the head of the House Judiciary Committee’s subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security, and she shared the “The Rise of Domestic Terrorism in America” hearing.

Can you guess what type of terrorism it discussed?

If you want help, bear in mind that Antifa isn’t connected with it.

Lee clearly stated that she didn’t mess with anyone who wanted to bring up violence from the left.
Breitbart shared Lee’s opening statement:

“Attempts to equate white supremacy to anarchists, activists and other groups who are opposed to white nationalism and other domestic terror.”

Andy Biggs took advantage of his opening statement and highlighted the hypocrisy, persistent lie that emerged from Charlottesville.

People need to change the approach towards domestic terrorism with open minds and eyes!

All domestic terrorism is totally wrong!

It must be condemned! The division of the terrorism as right or left-wing fears Biggs that his colleagues will focus on the right-wing terrorism only!

According to Biggs notes, Jerrold Nadler, the House Judiciary Committee chairman, one New York Democrat named Antifa “imaginary”! This event took place last year, and Andy Ngo, a witness, was beaten, and the left-wing and Antifa group threatened him.

Furthermore, the lie of “very fine people” coughed his attention. This lie followed the attack, which ended with one victim, Heather Heyer, and 28 people injured.
Violence is evil, and it should not be accepted.

After these words, Biggs shared a video showing Trump’s comments from 2017 in a media briefing.

The former president said:

“If you reported accurately, you would say that the no-Nazis started this thing. They showed up in Charlottesville.”

Trump continued:

“You had people in that group — excuse me, excuse me — I saw the same pictures you did. You had people in that group that were there to protest the taking down of — to them — a very, very important statue and the renaming of a park from Robert E. Lee to another name.”

“But you had many people in that group other than neo-Nazis and white nationalists. And the press has treated them absolutely unfairly. Now, in the other group also, you had some fine people, but you also had troublemakers, and you see them come with the black outfits and with the helmets and with the baseball bats. You had a lot of bad people in the other group too.”

After all these words, some people noted only one phrase: “very fine people.” Some people don’t remember what happened there, or they don’t even know who died, but one thing is for sure, they remembered those three words: very fine people!

This is the power of the persistent lie!

It is almost impossible to say what happened there without touching on the contentious ground!

In the very beginning, the protests occurred to remove the statue of Robert E. Lee. Everything changed, and the protest became a meeting point for hyper-fringe alt-righters. Also, they included white nationalist groups.
If we see the whole sentence Trump said, we can conclude that the statement isn’t open to interpretation.

“You also had some very fine people on both sides.” It is a correct sentence; in every group, there are exceptions.

The nexus of racism cause the riot on January 6. And it was led by the then-president while he was telling the protestors to march peaceably to the U.S. Capitol.

Who can prove this? Is there any evidence?

If one lie is repeated too many times, it becomes true! It is the same with the phrase “very fine people.” They have used it too many times, so people started inventing associations to connect everything in their heads, even though they aren’t valid.

The Western Journal concluded:

“Four years on, the chair of the House Judiciary Committee’s subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security, like so many before her, erased all of the context surrounding Trump’s remarks that day because it behooved her to lie about him.”

But this time was different; Biggs will fact-check her on the spot!

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