Biden Reports A Link Between Pelosi Attack And January 6th

( President Biden connected two separate events during his State of the Union address last week. He said that the attack on Paul Pelosi and January 6th were both “attacks on democracy,” according to The Epoch Times. The comments were made at the end of his address before a joint session of Congress.

“For the last few years, our democracy has been threatened, attacked, and put at risk,” he said, adding that the “Big Lie” had pushed someone to attack Paul Pelosi.

The claim that Paul Pelosi’s attacker was a Trump supporter or right-winger has since been debunked as a lie on its own, according to American Pigeon. David DePape’s son reportedly said that his father did not subscribe to either political party. Neighbors have also confirmed that DePape and his family were “radical activists” and “very left.”

The president then went on to condemn “political violence in America” and reiterated common tropes.

“In America, we must protect the right to vote, not suppress that fundamental right. We honor the results of our elections, not subvert the will of the people,” he said, adding that trust in America’s institutions must be restored.

The president’s comments come amid news that America’s institutions, such as the FBI, CIA, and State Department were directly involved in censoring content online. There were meetings conducted to address alleged “misinformation” regarding the 2020 election. The meetings were so chaotic that the communication was described as “dizzying,” according to Breitbart.

In the ninth installment of Elon Musk’s “Twitter Files,” Twitter executives were reportedly tapped to find “Russian misinformation campaigns,” but there was no evidence confirming those cases. Twitter would respond to their claims but still gave up their independence, according to one internal document.

Reports from the Foreign Influence Task Force and the FBI’s San Francisco field office were flowing to Twitter and other major social media companies, including Facebook, Microsoft, Verizon, Reddit, even Pinterest, and many others.