GETTR CEO Jason Miller, former spokesman and adviser for former President Donald Trump, has asserted that RINO Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) deceptively edited his testimony that was played during the Democrats’ primetime January 6 hearing.
During the January 6 Committee hearing, Cheney played a thirty-second long clip of Miller’s testimony, which was recorded on video.
“In this clip, Miller describes a call between the Trump campaign’s internal data expert and President Trump a few days after the 2020 election,” Cheney stated just before playing the clip.
In the video, Miller said: “I was in the Oval Office. And at some point in the conversation, Matt Oczkowski, who was the lead data person. was brought on, and I remember he delivered to the president in pretty blunt terms that he was going to lose.”
“And that was based, Mr. Miller, on Matt and the data team’s assessment of the sort of county by county state by state results as reported?” the investigators asked Miller.
“Correct,” he responded.
The short clip ended following that interaction. According to Miller, Cheney intentionally cut out a portion of his testimony in which he discusses Trump’s disagreement with Oczkowski.
Miller sent out three tweets correcting the record, revealing what the RINO congresswoman deliberately was trying to hide in order to push her narrative. The tweets were broken up due to the character limit on the social media platform.
“1/Here’s what came next in my testimony, which Liz Cheney failed to play:
Q: Okay. And what was the President’s reaction then when Matt said to him, “Hey, we’ve looked at the numbers, you’re going to lose”?
A: I think it’s safe to say he disagreed with Matt’s analysis.
2/ Q: On what basis? Did he give a basis?
A: He believed that Matt was not looking at the prospect of legal challenges going our way and that Matt was looking at purely from what those numbers were showing as opposed to broader things including legality and election integrity…
3/ …issues which, as a data guy, he may not have been monitoring.”
1/ Here’s what came next in my testimony, which Liz Cheney failed to play:
Q: Okay. And what was the President's reaction then when Matt said to him, "Hey, we've looked at the numbers, you're going to lose"?
A: I think it's safe to say he disagreed with Matt's analysis.
— Jason Miller (@JasonMillerinDC) June 10, 2022
The January 6 Committee’s hearing featured short clips of testimony from several other former Trump advisers, so who knows how many other conversations were taken out of context to further push the left’s anti-Trump narrative? The Democrats on the committee, along with the two RINOs, Cheney and Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL), have been on the war path in a desperate attempt to prove their insurrection narrative America First candidates, and many members of the conservative base and keep the establishment in power.
Unfortunately for Cheney, her actions have consequences. Many political pundits, including former President Barack Obama’s adviser David Axelrod, have predicted that she will likely lose her seat in Congress for taking a key role in the committee’s primetime hearing.
“[email protected], who is making a lacerating open statement at the 1/6 hearings, is doing so knowing that holding Trump to account will almost certainly cost her her seat in Congress,” Axelrod tweeted.
Of course, her role will likely guarantee her several book deals and offers for high-paying positions on left-wing news networks as the token ‘Republican’ who does nothing but attack their own party.