GOP Rep Says Hardline Republicans Are Lying To America

According to a report, Republican Representative Ken Buck ripped into his own party, accusing its members of deceiving the American people by maintaining the ‘false narrative’ that the 2020 election was stolen.

During an appearance with CBS’s Face the Nation, the Republican from Colorado said that everyone who believes in or discusses the possibility of electoral fraud is deceiving the American people.

In an interview with former White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki that aired on MSNBC in September, Congressman Ken Buck (R-CO) said he disagreed with fellow Republican Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) regarding her “absurd” demands to impeach President Joe Biden.

According to Buck, no proof exists that Biden is involved in serious crimes or misdemeanors.

Later on, Buck denied the claim that inmates were being mistreated in jail because of their alleged involvement in the January 6, 2021, Capitol riot.

Buck claimed that it was simply not accurate that the inmates incarcerated on January 6 were experiencing any mistreatment at a facility with a documented history of maltreatment and inadequate living circumstances.

In June, news broke of the terrible mistreatment that is happening in American jails right now. Guards at the jail reportedly brutally assaulted and almost murdered Ryan Samsel, a political prisoner in J6, and Cush’Mir McBride, Samsel’s friend and a supporter of Trump.

In her story from September 11, Julie Kelly indicates that Buck should focus on the news from the D.C. Circuit court. A three-judge bench recently found the lower court in contempt for unjustly sentencing scores of defendants to jail and probation for the minor infraction of “parading” in the Capitol.

Class B offenses are handled very seldom by federal courts, as Judge Howell admitted in 2021.

That is, with the exception of J6 defendants.

So the authorities could keep an eye on one Trump supporter and make sure he would not “fall prey to false Gods” during the 2024 voting cycle, a district court judge revealed he issued three years of probation in addition to prison time.