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WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 5: Security bike fences stand near the West Front of the U.S. Capitol on January 5, 2022 in Washington, DC. Congress is preparing to mark the one year anniversary of the January 6 Capitol riot on Thursday. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

Let us ask you this: Would you call January 6th an insurrection or attack on democracy? You will find it hard to find someone who agrees with Capitol Riots on January 6th last year. The Left and many Democrats would have you believe that it was the worst attack on US Soil. On the other hand, many Conservatives and Republicans argue that it’s a bit dramatic and that the event should never have gotten that bad. But now that we are here on the day in question, why are we making today any more critical than the last year. But the media can’t decide whether January 6th is an insurrection or an attack on democracy.

Right now, Democrats and the Left are trying to hold onto this narrative that the attacks were so bad, and at any point, they can they mention it. CNN MSNBC, and any mainstream outlet that can throw the term “Insurrection” will do so in a heartbeat. This narrative is eroding the good work that even some Democrats agreed that Trump got right.

Now that we are on the anniversary of the attacks, all mainstream outlets are swinging for the fences. They don’t care. It’s been talked about all year. They want something to stick. It doesn’t have to be against Trump, whether it needs to be anyone they disagree with. Recently it has been rephrased from “insurrection” to an attack on democracy. This is unclear whether they saw the term falling off trending searches or they are just moving on to the next topic pre midterms. It was an event that got out of hand, but the average American doesn’t believe January 6th was an insurrection or an attack on democracy, so can we stop painting it like it was.
[Source New York Post]

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