Jetting off to Delaware, vacationing in Los Angeles, both President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris have spent the last year dodging the press and America while thrusting the country on the brink of collapse. But that all changed yesterday. Unlike the 12 months before, on January 6th, the Democrats appeared unified as they peddled the Capitol Hill riot as something on par with Pearl Harbor and 9/11. While entertaining that idea is highly illogical, that is exactly what the White House did, and surprisingly, Fox News was there to catch the whole thing. 

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It wouldn’t come as no surprise that liberal outlets like CNN would be sending every reporter they had to the Capitol on January 6th. The idea that a horde of Trump supporters tried to overthrow America by overtaking a single building somehow makes sense to them. But while CNN is known to promote the Democratic agenda, many were startled when Fox News also pushed the same narrative. 

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In the tweet above, Newsmax anchor Greg Kelly pointed out how Fox News had spent a great deal of time giving the Biden administration a platform to spin a false narrative. He wrote, “What the hell is up with ⁦@FoxNews? AGAIN with the Woke CRAP. Check out the Words at the bottom of the TV. “The Nation Marks one year since January 6th” ????? It’s not “the nation”–it’s SHAMEFUL DEMOCRATS who are HYPING THE HELL OUT OF IT.”

It should be noted that the Biden administration and Democrats held a 2-hour event surrounding the Capitol Hill riot. The same has not been made for the Black Lives Matter movement and the numerous cities they looted, burned and ransacked in the name of progress. And if you need a little refresher, here are some facts. 

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