Fake News January 6 “Witness” Gets the Jussie Smollett Treatment in This Meme

Liz Cheney’s January 6 Committee called a “witness” to testify against Donald Trump this week. Cassidy Hutchinson (pictured here – sort of) testified that Donald Trump had tried to grab the steering wheel and attempted to strangle his Secret Service driver when the agent refused to drive him to the US Capitol on January 6th.

Hutchinson’s tale of woe is so absurd that she makes Christine Blasey Ford’s testimony against Brett Kavanaugh look credible. While the crying Jussie Smollett face photoshopped onto Hutchinson’s head isn’t quite an exact match, it’s the sentiment that matters. Hutchinson’s story is a Trump Derangement Syndrome-induced fabrication.

Here’s an interesting thing about Hutchinson’s testimony that no one has mentioned. She’s wearing a $2,700 Yves St. Laurent fitted jacket. Where’d she get that? Who do you suppose paid for it?

The only reason we’re asking is because we’re jealous, of course. We don’t own a $2,700 Yves St. Laurent fitted jacket, so we’d probably look terrible if we were ever called to testify before Congress. Someone whose last name might rhyme with “Soros” probably wanted Cassidy Hutchinson to look good for her testimony.


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