Members Of Jan. 6 Committee Playing Victims As They Continue Slander Against Trump

Former members of the now-defunct House Jan. 6 committee have gotten back to the hysterics of their days on the committee and expressed fears for their lives if former President Donald Trump wins the 2024 presidential election. The committee members, including Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) and Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-CA), have fearmongered with CBS News about potential retribution under a second Trump administration.

The concerns stem from a Truth Social post written by Trump last month in which he stated his belief that former Rep. Liz Cheney “should go to Jail along with the rest of the Unselect Committee!” While many who have followed Trump’s rhetoric over the past seven years understand that he is unlikely to incarcerate political opponents, the committee members remain steadfast in twisting the former president’s words to make themselves appear the victims in what is ironically a series of politically-motivated lawfare attacks they participated in that are victimizing Trump.

Rep. Adam Schiff revealed that he and his wife have had conversations about what life would look like if the worst happened. “You can’t avoid the conversations about ‘What if?’ And I have to think about my personal safety,” Schiff said.

Critics argue that the committee members’ fears are unfounded and that they are attempting to recast themselves as martyrs. During his four years in the White House, Trump had ample opportunity to weaponize the government against his critics but, unlike his successor, he refused to do so.

Rep. Zoe Lofgren expressed her fear that Trump will do what he said he will do, which to her apparently means being burned at the stake or at least forced to watch Fox News. Former D.C. Police Officer Michael Fanone, a favorite of leftist law enforcement, also shared his concerns with CBS News.

“He is going to weaponize the Department of Justice…and use it to go after people like myself…He’s telling us exactly what he plans to do,” Fanone said.

The concerns raised by the former Jan. 6 committee members have sparked a debate about the validity of their fears and the potential consequences of a second Trump presidency. While some view their concerns as legitimate others see them as an attempt to paint themselves in a heroic and tragic light.

As the 2024 presidential election approaches the fears expressed by the former Jan. 6 committee members are likely to fuel further political divisions and debates about the future of American democracy. The question remains whether their concerns are justified or merely a political ploy to garner sympathy and support.