Julie Kelly tweeted that police officers testifying at a parliamentary riot hearing were “crisis actors.”
Officers Michael Fanone and Harry Dunn testified about how they were attacked while defending the Capitol.
“Crisis actor” is a term used by conspiracy theorists to describe people hired to lie about the case as witnesses.
Julie Kelly, Pro Trump’s political critic who appeared as a guest Fox newsThe police officer who testified at the parliamentary riot hearing on Tuesday was called a “crisis actor.”
“Crisis actor” is a term used by far-right conspiracy theorists to refer to people hired to manipulate public opinion by lying about the case as victims or witnesses.
DC Metropolitan Police Officer Michael Fanone Talks About Kelly’s Testimony Tweet: “Crisis actor Fanone hit the table and said,’Shameful.’ The elected civil servant denies his story about what happened on January 6.”
Fanone gave Tuesday testimony I remember how he was attacked by an unconscious state when he defended the Capitol on January 6.
In an emotional speech, he blamed the table and blew up a lawmaker who dismissed the event as “shameful.”
Kelly, the author of the Republican-backed book “Dishonest Opposition: How Nebertrump’s Rights Attempted to Defeat the President but Failed,” jumped at Fanone’s testimony and politicized the riot by calling it a “riot.” I wrote. “And we’re targeting Republicans.
Follow up Tweet, She also called other police officers “crisis actors” and retweeted a video testified by Harry Dunn of the US Capitol.
Dan said the mob during his testimony Turned him a racist slur He said it was the first time he was called N-word while he was in uniform while trying to protect the speaker lobby.
Four policemen working at the Capitol on January 6 testified on Tuesday at the first hearing of the House Select Commission on investigating the Capitol attack.
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