Watch: Capitol Cop Claims Jan. 6 Was Orchestrated by a Hit Man, Implies It Was Donald Trump

It’s been almost seven months since the Jan. 6 Capitol incursion, but the buzz surrounding the incident isn’t dying down anytime soon.

It’s safe to say we all remember that day: We remember hearing the establishment media blame then-President Donald Trump for his “conspiratorial” claims about a stolen November election, we remember conservatives being blamed and silenced in subsequent days and we remember the left’s theatrics (which they ironically failed to display during last year’s waves of destructive BLM riots).

Months later, all of this is far from over. That much is proven by Capitol Police Officer Harry Dunn’s testimony at the first Jan. 6 House select committee hearing held on Tuesday.

Dunn sat before committee members to deliver his testimony; beside him sat a few of his comrades.

“So, what I ask from you all is to get to the bottom of what happened,” he said, according to a video of the hearing released by Breaking911.

In his own words, Dunn then expressed the sentiments of each officer present and created an analogy between the supposed instigator of the Capitol incursion and a hitman scenario to illustrate his point.

Of course, we can infer where this comparison is going, and it’s since sparked the #TrumpIsTheHitman hashtag on Twitter.

“I use an analogy to describe what I want as a hitman,” Dunn said. “If a hitman is hired, and he kills somebody, the hitman goes to jail. But not only does the hitman go to jail, but the person who hired them does.”

“There was an attack carried out on Jan. 6, and a hitman sent them. I want you to get to the bottom of that.”

Trump is clearly the elephant in the room here, and the fixation on him remains strong.

According to Fox News host Maria Bartiromo’s interview with former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows on Feb. 7, the former president offered assistance in D.C., even going as far as reaching out to the Department of Defense, but his requests were rejected.

“Help was offered multiple times, not just in January, but throughout the summer, with the D.C. mayor, saying that the president stood by willing to offer National Guard assistance, other assistance, and often, in fact, every time, was rebuked and said, no, we can go it alone,” Meadows said.

“So, you say that the president had offered up Capitol Police, National Guard, even went to the Department of Defense?” Bartiromo asked to clarify.

“Yes,” he answered, later adding, “As many as 10,000 National Guard troops were told to be on the ready by the secretary of defense. That was a direct order from President Trump. And yet here’s what we see is, there’s all kinds of blame going around, but yet not a whole lot of accountability.”

According to Meadows, Trump’s requests preceded the speech he delivered on Jan. 6 in which Democrats allege he incited violence by saying “fight like hell.”

Because, of course, no one uses the word “fight” to mean anything other than attack, right?

I think Trump’s defense attorney David Schoen undermined these allegations better than anyone could.

Just take a look at his presentation during Trump’s second impeachment trial, for reference.

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