“This the Nature of Communism – They Want to Force the Lie” – Historian Doug Wead Goes Off on Democrats Over Jan. 6 Lies (VIDEO)

Doug Wead, is a historian, New York Times bestselling author, and advisor to two American presidents.
On Friday Doug Wead joined author and presidential historian Craig Shirley on Greg Kelly Tonight to discuss the Democrats’ latest attempts to rewrite history with their dishonest talking points on the January 6 protest and riot at the US Capitol.
Democrats and their fake news cohorts are labeling the Jan 6 protests where three Trump supporters died and another was shot dead as the worst attack on the US Capitol since the War of 1812.
This is of course a complete lie.
Here is a list of several violent bombings and shootings inside the US Capitol in the last century:
In 1915 a Cornell University professor, Frank Holt, blew up the Senate’s reception area with a suitcase filled with three sticks of dynamite.
In March 1954 Puerto Rican nationalists shot five US Representatives from the balcony of the House of Representatives.
In March 1971 the Weather Underground bombed the men’ washroom in the Senate chamber.
In November 1983 a bomb planted just outside the Senate did not lead to any casualties, but it did blow out a wall.
In 1998 a lunatic went into the US Capitol and murdered two officers, Detective John Gibson and Officer Jacob Chestnut.
On Friday night historian Doug Wead called the left’s distortion and lies about Jan. 6 pure Marxism.
Democrats know they are lying but keep repeating this same lie.

Doug Wead: They’re not stupid. They still persist in saying it. This is something that Marxism does. And you’ve heard me say several times on your show, refer to the dystopian novel 1984 by George Orwell where the protagonist is brought in a little room and he’s grilled and he’s told 2 +2 = 5. And he’s forced to repeat this and say it even though he knows it isn’t even true. This is the nature of communism and socialism. They want to force the lie and they want you to believe the lie.

Via Greg Kelly Tonight:


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