Democrats fabricating reasons for DOJ to probe the ENTIRE ‘Stop the Steal’ rally

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John Dean and Attorney General Merrick Garland

Why would Democrats be so obsessed with trying to portray a protest involving hundreds of thousands of Americans from all walks of life, converging on Capitol Hill from all over the nation, as an organized “coup?”

The fact is, the massive gathering was the response to fears of a coup. And that fact must be unmade.

Just like the fact of parents outraged by liberal school boards must be turned into Angry Parents Are Now Terrorists.

Corrupt Democrats keep trying to portray Jan. 6, 2021 as an attempt to overthrow a legitimate government, and have now resorted to trotting out a figure from the Watergate scandal of the early 1970s to lend some shade of credibility to their claims.

One has to go all the way back to President Richard Nixon to know about White House Counsel John Dean, who turned on that president and gave testimony leading to Nixon’s resignation.

Now Attorney General Merrick Garland is allegedly being urged by Dean to name a special counsel to probe who “organized” the January 2021 “stop the Steal” march on the Capitol, reports DailyMail.com.

Is this coming spontaneously from Dean? Or is he merely stepping up to play his scripted role in the ongoing charade of Washington D.C. finally, fully separating itself from the will of the American people?

“I think the Justice Department should handle things internally, but if they’re not inclined to do so they should select a special counsel,” Dean told DailyMail.com.

Dean said what needs to be investigate are the people who organized the effort to disrupt the certification by Congress of Joe Biden’s corrupt election. A “war room“ set up by allies of President Donald Trump also needs to be investigated, he added.

The “war room” angle comes from a recent article in Rolling Stone magazine, which in 2014 made national news when it withdrew an entirely fabricated story about a “rape culture” among fraternities at the University of Virginia.

“If there is a bigger deal in our democracy than a conspiracy to illegally overturn a presidential election, I have no idea what it might be,” Dean wrote in an email. Cementing his role as a kind of Watergate-celebrity guest in the conspiracy, he went on: “The undertakings to overturn the 2020 election makes Watergate appear like child’s play.”

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