First House Select Committee on the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Interviews Trump Traitor Who’s Interrupted by Code Pink
The first House Select Committee on the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) was a disgrace for many reasons.
The first meeting on the CCP in the House was a mess. It started with the choice for the group’s first speaker, former National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster. Who decided to bring in McMaster to discuss anything let alone this subject?
President Trump was tricked into picking the former army lieutenant general McMaster after the deep state lied about General Michael Flynn’s call with a Russian Ambassador and had Flynn removed from President Trump’s White House only days after President Trump’s arrival.
The Deep State was after Flynn and needed him out of the White House because he was likely going to uncover the many crimes committed by Obama and Hillary Clinton in the previous Administration. VP Mike Pence was instrumental in Flynn’s departure. (Jerome Corsi recently presented a series of articles related to the Deep State’s targeting of General Flynn.)
After losing General Flynn someone President Trump trusted must have recommended McMaster. This recommendation was not a favor, it was a curse. McMaster was Deep State.
McMaster was not there to protect the country and President Trump. He began by firing Trump loyalists in the White House. Steve Bannon was a casualty at this time. Obama White House staffers went untouched.
McMaster leaked to the Deep State FBI and got caught leaking to corrupt FBI actor Andrew McCabe.
Then when he was called out, the corrupt McMaster was backed by far-left corrupt entities and individuals who were appreciative of his corrupt actions in Trump’s White House.
But after all this, the first speaker at the House Select Committee on the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) was H.R. McMaster.
Then the meeting was interrupted by two code pink protesters.
A raft of protesters attempted to crash the first House Select Committee on the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) hearing Tuesday evening, accusing the committee of warmongering.
“China is not our enemy… we need cooperation, not competition,” one protester said, holding up a sign and attempting to interrupt opening remarks from former National Security Adviser and Hoover Institution fellow H.R. McMaster. After Committee Chairman Rep. Mike Gallagher of Wisconsin pointed out to a second demonstrator, who stood after the first was escorted out of the room, that he held his sign reading “Stop Asian hate” upside down, boos echoed across the room apparently directed at the protester.
Videos of the far-left protesters were found on Twitter. Code Pink aligned itself with communist dictators in the past. Now they were standing up for China.
pro-CCP group Code Pink harasses the House Select Committee on China hearing…pic.twitter.com/ctRpU3CsCu
— Byron Wan (@Byron_Wan) March 1, 2023
Here’s another protester with his sign upside down. (Most guys in code pink are very feminine.)
Two Code Pink protestors interrupted the inaugural hearing of the Select Committee on Strategic Competition with the CCP.@RepGallagher: “Your sign is upside down.”
— Rowan Saydlowski (@rsaydlowski) March 1, 2023
This was a terrible start for this committee for many reasons. Will the committee get around to unveiling the takeover of the US bioweapon research related to China and China’s actions behind COVID?
This first meeting was a disgrace. It’s comparable to allowing a few individuals look over thousands of hours of Jan 6 video and not be able to take copies with them when they leave.
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Author: Joe Hoft