The sham Jan. 6 Committee’s so-called principal witness is still Cassidy Hutchinson, notwithstanding how ludicrous her testimony was and how quickly her lies were exposed.
Hutchinson gave inflammatory evidence while under oath, which gave all of his critics a negative impression of President Trump. And despite being pure fiction, the audience adored it.
She told of how President Trump allegedly sprang at a Secret Service agent and grabbed the steering wheel from his driver in an attempt to redirect the car he was in at the time toward another location. Well, a man in his 70s with superhuman abilities who can reportedly vault tall Secret Service personnel in one bound.
Hutchinson’s testimony was later refuted by purported reports from the Secret Service agents she allegedly referenced in her story, and other aspects of her account have also been disputed.
Quickly and easily Hutchinson’s lie was exposed.
According to an email obtained exclusively by the Daily Caller, in February, after the committee subpoenaed her, Hutchinson requested financial and legal support from former Senior Trump officials.
A report by the Daily Caller says that “in an email sent to a former senior Trump official Feb. 4, Hutchinson said she has had trouble securing a legal team and asked the former senior Trump official for help with getting in contact with fundraising organizations or attorneys that could help her.
Hutchinson explained that in order to assist her, Hutchinson’s aunt and uncle had applied to refinance their home, as she was unemployed. She added that she was “in a bind financially” and that she was “mainly seeking financial assistance.”
“I was subpoenaed by the 1/6 Committee on November 9, 2020 [sic 2021], but was not formally served until Wednesday, January 26, 2021 [sic 2022]. I’ve had difficulty securing a legal team, and was hoping you may be able to put me in contact with any fundraising organizations and/or attorneys that are involved in this process,” Hutchinson said in the email to the former senior Trump official.
“My aunt and uncle applied to refinance their house to loosen up some money since I don’t have much immediate family, but they weren’t approved,” Hutchinson said in a separate email.
Meadows spokesman who talked with the Daily Caller said Meadows didn’t return those calls in order to avoid giving the impression that it had unlawfully influenced any testimony.
“Cassidy Hutchinson reached out to various people in Trump world asking for both financial assistance and help finding a lawyer. She told us she was in significant financial distress, had no family that could help, and couldn’t even afford food,” a person with first-hand knowledge told the Daily Caller “She also told us Mark Meadows wouldn’t return her calls. To our knowledge, she spoke with multiple lawyers and chose Stefan Passantino to represent her.”
She was also meant to work for the Trump campaign in Palm Beach. It happened after January 6 a former top Trump official confirmed.
Her age and lack of job reportedly made Trump officials sympathetic, and at her request, Trump’s PAC agreed to provide financial assistance and, at her request, recommended lawyers for her to interview, the person with first-hand knowledge also said.
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