FLORIDA – With it now having been a year since the incident at the Capitol on January 6th, Democrats in D.C. are preparing to rehash the events and present the matter as something akin to being the darkest day in recent American history.
However, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis gave his perspective during a recent press briefing about the anniversary of the Capitol incident and how Democrats and the mainstream media are likely to handle the matter.
“If this is what you said it was, why are you not charging people? So I think it’s going to end up being the politicized Charlie Foxtrot today. I don’t expect anything good to come out of anything that Pelosi and the gang are doing. I don’t expect anything from the corporate press to be enlightening. I think it’s going to be nauseating quite frankly.”
Governor DeSantis also brought up that one year after the incident, the appointed House committee looking into the events of January 6th has yet to deliver anything of substance.
“But I do think that if you have this January 6 committee, why do we not know some of the people we know were really involved in orchestrating this? They got pulled off the most wanted list – Christopher Wray was asked…under oath ‘What FBI was involved in that,’ and he would not answer the question.”
Overall, the Florida governor believes that the events of January 6th at this point are nothing more than a political cudgel for Democrats while acknowledging most people – especially in his state – have greater concerns than that last year’s incident at the Capitol.
“I think this is something that has really been used for political narrative and posturing purposes. I don’t think it’s been effective; you know, people here in Florida they care about inflation, they care about gas prices, and education, and crime – all the key issues that are so important.”