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Andy Biggs Unleashes Takedown of ‘Illegitimate’ J6 Committee

'The Jan6 committee is nothing but an illegitimate monstrosity on a partisan witch hunt... '

Congressman Andy Biggs, R-Ariz., bashed the theatrical January 6 Committee for its false allegations in a recent statement.

“You can’t win with these folks,” Biggs said in reference to the Committee after it recommended that the House vote to hold Mark Meadows in contempt.

Biggs also called the Committee an “illegitimate monstrosity” and a “partisan witch hunt,” condemning RINO extraordinaire Liz Cheney — a key member of the committee — in the process.

The Committee has taken itself quite seriously, branding itself as a bastion in defense of democracy. In recent weeks, it has moved to hold former White House Chief of Staff Meadows in contempt of Congress for his alleged role in the peaceful protest on January 6.

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Meadows, after months of full cooperation, moved to sue the fraudulent House committee.

His lawsuit, filed in federal court in Washington, asks a judge to invalidate two subpoenas that he says are “overly broad and unduly burdensome.”

It also accuses the committee of overreaching by issuing a subpoena to Verizon for his cell phone records on the grounds that it violates basic Constitutional rights.

“Allowing an entirely partisan select committee of Congress to subpoena the personal cell phone data of executive officials would work a massive chilling of current and future Executive Branch officials’ associational and free speech rights,” Meadows’ lawyer wrote.

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But freedom of association and freedom of speech have meant little to the federal government in recent months.

Since President Biden and his administration continued COVID lockdowns, then proceeded to mandate vaccine jabs for private employees, they have intruded into free association to dictatorial degrees, and they have continued to do so in the fantasy-filled J6 Inquisition.

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