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Cassidy Hutchinson, a former Trump White House aide, gave testimony to the House Jan. 6 committee earlier this year. Now, before I go any further, keep in mind that this woman may not be credible at all. You decide. I’m just giving you what she said.

She suggested her then-boss, White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, had burned documents in his fireplace on numerous occasions during the final weeks of the Trump administration.

During her deposition, she explained that though she couldn’t confirm if they were original copies or not, Meadows had used the fireplace to burn documents roughly once or twice a week over the period of December through mid-January. In addition to this, it was revealed that Meadows had met with Pennsylvania Representative Scott Perry multiple times in his office prior to burning any documents.

Hutchinson noted that she didn’t know what type of documents he had burned but offered further insight into her suspicions when asked about whether or not Presidential Records Act regulations had been broken: “The Presidential Records Act only asks that you keep the original copy of a document. So, yes,” Hutchinson said. She continued, “However, I don’t know if they were the first or original copies of anything. It’s entirely possible that he had put things in his fireplace that he also would have put into a burn bag that there were duplicates of or that there was an electronic copy of.”

This has led to speculation among some that Meadows may have destroyed evidence pertaining to Rep. Perry’s role in attempting to make Jeffrey Clark the attorney general and aligning the Justice Department with Trump’s unfounded claims of mass electoral fraud. However, there is no evidence to suggest that he did any such thing.

While exact details remain unclear as far as what was burned and why it was done so clandestinely, one thing is certain; this testimony has caused many people to take notice and be left questioning what other information may yet come to light about events leading up to Trump’s final days in office.


Daniel is a conservative syndicated opinion writer and amateur theologian. He writes about topics of politics, culture, freedom, and faith.

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  • The only people who burn documents, delete emails, and destroy cell phone evidence with hammers, are the corrupt, communist fascist racist satanic democrats. And the people that LIE under oath because they know they’ll get away with it, and to save their butts, are these same imbecile clowns!! They always let us know what they’re doing when they accuse others of it.

  • Did Ms. Hutchinson say anything at the time? Nope. Why is she now? Very suspect “witness” and just as suspicious timing. Without other evidence, it’s just an accusation from a disgruntled employee possibly for financial gain or favor.

  • “Trump’s unfounded claims of mass electoral fraud. ” – Are you serious??

    This nation’s government was overthrown in the bloodless coup d’etat of that stolen election. Any American should be up in arms – at least, figuratively – over that outrage. And work to set it right. And see that that sort of outrageous activity never happens again. Oops – it already happened, with numerous instances of such chicanery in the 2022 Midterms, building on the failure of cleaning up the Nov. 2020 crime. Come ON, America. You can do better than this. Or you do not deserve to long continue.

  • Since the Biden circus is not even trying to solve the border crisis,
    Texas is finally doing what it should have done right after the last alleged faux presidential election. A secured border will save lives and just maybe it will stop the Drug Problem south of the border.



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