‘We think you’re really, really stupid’: Pelosi’s big J6 sham opens with slavery, KKK, and lynching [VIDEO]

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After all of the overwrought media buildup, the Nancy Pelosi production of the January 6th Select Committee hearings opened on national television on Thursday night and it didn’t take long for the race card to be whipped out.

During his opening statement, Mississippi Democrat Rep. Bennie Thompson who was picked by Madame Speaker to head up the grotesque spectacle, linked the protest at the U.S. Capitol which went badly awry, to lynching and slavery, despicable practices of a bygone era in history that cynical Democrats have shamelessly resurrected for political advantage in a modern America only six years removed from a black president who was not only elected but re-elected.

In the opening strains of a staged event that has been meticulously choreographed to the point where House Democrats hired a former ABC News executive to assist in crafting the Soviet-style show trial for maximum emotional impact, Thompson went for the jugular right off the bat.

“I’m from a part of the country where people justify the actions of slavery, the Ku Klux Klan, and lynching,” Thompson said. “I’m reminded of that dark history as I hear voices today trying to justify the actions of the insurrectionists on January 6th, 2021.”

“Over the next few weeks, hopefully, you will get to know the other members, my colleagues up here, and me, we represent a diversity of communities from all over the United States, rural areas and cities, East Coast, West Coast and the heartland,” he said.

“All of us have one thing in common. We swore the same oath. That same oath that all members of Congress take upon taking office, and afterwards, every two years that they are reelected. We swore an oath to defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic,” a hyperbole-drenched statement to hook the suckers early on in the proceedings.

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