Former Trump White House aide Garrett Ziegler met with the January 6 committee, and he has some thoughts about the panel and woman witnesses who testified. Or, as Zieglermet would call them, "thots and hoes." According to audio posted to his Telegram account, the rant was a 27-minute live stream after his testimony. And that's not all that he said.
Lawmakers were likely interested in hearing from him because of his ties to one of the most shocking episodes of the 2020 election saga: A White House meeting where then-President Donald Trump's outside allies tried to convince him to declare martial law and use the military to seize voting machines.
OK, so this is why this guy can't get a date:
Ziegler used vulgar and misogynistic language to attack Cassidy Hutchinson and Alyssa Farah Griffin, two women who worked for the Trump White House but have since publicly broken from the former President and cooperated with the January 6 panel.
He also accused the January 6 House select committee of being "anti-White," without any evidence. (The nine-member panel is led by Rep. Bennie Thompson, a Mississippi Democrat who is Black.)
"They're Bolsheviks," Ziegler said in the stream, "so they probably do hate the American founders and most White people in general. This is a Bolshevistic anti-White campaign. If you can't see that, your eyes are freaking closed. And so, they see me as a young Christian who they can try to basically scare, right?"
Here's the audio:
Here's a clip of this loser from a right-wing documentary over a year ago about the election:
I thought Stephen Miller was scary since he drinks the tears of migrant children, but this guy is the sh*t at the bottom of someone's shoe. It's as if everyone in the Trump administration is a thoroughly disgusting person. He's talking about being a Christian while saying genuinely awful things. And he talks about others hating America when those that attacked the Capitol, including the big guy that incited the violence, proved that they hate this country.
He invoked the Fifth Amendment and executive privilege more than 100 times.