Vivek Ramaswamy Gets into Heated Debate with CNN Puppet over January 6th Being an Inside Job

Republican Presidential Candidate Vivek Ramaswamy recently said that January 6th was an “inside job” and when one sheepish CNN host tried to dispute that claim, things didn’t go so well for her.

When the host questioned him about the use of this phrase to describe the “insurrection,” Vivek responded by pointing out just a few of the ways in which the government has lied to us over the past few years.

“We have a government that has lied to us systematically over the last several years. About the origin of COVID-19. About the Hunter Biden Laptop that we were told was false by 51 CIA experts, the Trump-Russia collusion hoax.”

 

He then goes on to say that when it comes to January 6th, we now KNOW FOR A FACT that there were massive numbers of federal agents in the crowd, something the FBI has admitted to in hearings.

The delusional host then interrupts to try and claim that there’s “no evidence” of federal agents being in the crowd effectively ignoring the fact that the FBI admitted to having so many agents planted that they lost count of how many operators they actually had in the field.

When this host asks Ramaswamy to provide proof of the government being involved in the planning of January 6th, he does exactly that but the host REFUSES to see the facts.

Watch the video here to see the CNN anchor get embarrassed in this heated exchange.


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