BREAKING: Media Caught HIDING Truth About Jan 6 – New Report Shocks Voters…

Is it any surprise that the establishment media has once again hidden important news from Americans?

“CBS News has been taking flack for burying a YouGov poll showing a majority of Americans believe the January 6 Capitol Hill riot resulted from a ‘protest that went too far’ rather than a coordinated insurrection,” reports Breitbart News.

“While neither favorable toward Democrats or Republicans, the YouGov poll did show that while Americans have strong opinions about what happened on January 6, they were at least united in the idea the day was not an attack on Democracy by Trump-supporting terrorists,” reported Breitbart News.

“The poll further showed there was a bipartisan consensus among those who believed the January 6 riot was ‘a protest that went too far’ – 80 percent of Republicans, 69 percent of Democrats, and 80 percent of Independents. However, the graphic shared by CBS News displayed only the other options, leaving out the majority opinions,” according to Breitbart News.

Breitbart News’ John Nolte highlighted how the establishment media has tried to gaslight Americans into buying the insurrection talking point:

For a whole year, the corporate media have been plotting and scheming with the backing of a kangaroo congressional inquiry along with billions and billions of corporate dollars… And still, this narrative has failed entirely.

No one cares.

Poll after poll after poll after poll backs up the fact that no one freakin’ cares.

The American people know what happened on January 6. They know a protest against vote fraud got out of hand when a bunch of idiots turned violent. They know that’s the extent of it and that the people responsible are being punished—end of story.

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