J6 Capitol police to stump for Biden in battleground states

In selling a campaign of fear, President Joe Biden’s team unveiled how they were taking Jan. 6 on a battleground state tour.

A public relations nightmare continued to unfold for the incumbent as polling increasingly showed his rival, former President Donald Trump, gaining ground in key demographics. With economic, border security, energy and foreign policy turmoil resulting from his policies, and the party in “full-blown freakout,” the Democrat’s re-election campaign called in their cavalry — U.S. Capitol Police.

“Donald Trump and his unhinged quest for power and retribution pose an existential threat to our democracy,” said former USCP officer Harry Dunn in a statement to the media from the campaign.

Along with former USCP Sgt. Aquilino Gonell and Officer Daniel Hodges, it was revealed Tuesday that some of the Jan. 6 committee’s (read congressional kangaroo court) favorite witnesses (read storytellers) would be stumping for Biden in hotly contested states.

The list included Arizona, Michigan, New Hampshire, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin with Dunn and Gonell expected to meet with “elected officials, and community leaders, advocates against political violence and concerned community members,” Thursday in Arizona according to the campaign.

Having failed to win the Democratic primary in Maryland’s 3rd Congressional District, Dunn’s pivot to campaign surrogate had him pushing of Trump, “He continues to embrace political violence, going as far as saying there will be a ‘bloodbath’ if he loses again and promising to be a dictator on ‘day one’ and pardon January 6 rioters.”

“Donald Trump only cares about Donald Trump,” his statement continued, “which is why come November, Americans will reject his extremism once and for all and reelect the only candidate in the race committed to protecting our democracy and standing up for law enforcement: Joe Biden.”

Of course, the Democrats didn’t wait to deploy Dunn to fuel their narrative against the GOP leader as he had been dispatched alongside retired Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Police Department officer Michael Fanone and actor Robert De Niro to speak outside the Republican’s New York City criminal trial as the defense presented their closing arguments.

Along with Dunn’s failed bid for career advancement in the D.C. swamp, Fanone, Gonell and he had each previously marketed their versions of the events that unfolded when the U.S. Capitol was breached in the form of published books.

As it happened five of the six states where the officers were expected to appear as per the Biden campaign matched a list of nine states where a movement called “Abandon Biden” was endeavoring to force the president’s hand for a policy shift in the Middle East that would amount to the United States turning its back on Israel.

The Democratic Party “thinks that because we’re scared of Trump, we’re going to vote for [Biden],” one Minneapolis man had said in a heavily Muslim community, “and we will not do that. I’m not going to vote for Trump, but if he comes, let him…He will stay four years, but the Democrats will learn a lesson: They’re going to lose their base if they don’t listen to the people.”

Kevin Haggerty

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