The incidents of the fateful Jan. 6 on Capitol Hill marked the beginning of the end of Donald Trump as president and looking back today, many of the accusations used by Democrats to go after the former president and his supporters, flipping heaven and earth, were baseless lies used to exaggerate and blow Republicans and the MAGA movement out of the water.

One of the accusations pushed by the Democrats was that some Republican lawmakers gave guided “tours” to some of the protesters who stormed the Congress Building before Jan. 6, and of course their allies in fake news took it upon themselves to repeat the idea as many times as necessary to “make a case” and install the idea in public opinion.

The accusation became “serious,” and the Capitol Police launched an investigation, reviewing the cameras, looking for evidence of the alleged tours given by Republican legislators.

Today, more than two months later, the investigation turned up no evidence of such allegations, that is it was just one more lie used by Democrats to persecute Republicans. Nonetheless, Capitol Police “continue” to search for “evidence.”

According to a Fox News report, House Democrats called for an immediate investigation into the “suspicious behavior” and access they claim was given to visitors at the U.S. Capitol prior to the riots.

Thirty-four lawmakers, led by Rep. Mikie Sherrill (D-N.J.), who was the first to go public with the claims about the “reconnaissance” tours, urged in a letter to Capitol Police and the acting House and Senate sergeants-at-arms to investigate the matter.

“The visitors encountered by some of the Members of Congress on this letter appeared to be associated with the rally at the White House the following day,” the lawmakers wrote. “Members of the group that attacked the Capitol seemed to have an unusually detailed knowledge of the layout of the Capitol Complex. The presence of these groups within the Capitol Complex was indeed suspicious.”

The idea behind the letter, in which they did not name names, was to specifically investigate those congressmen sympathetic to Trump, who supported his attempt to prove fraud during the election.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) also hinted Republican lawmakers would face criminal charges if they were proven to have helped protesters enter Congress.

Rep. Steve Cohen (D-Tenn.), during an interview with CNN accused Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) of being one of the people who gave “recognition” tours to a group of people prior to the incidents.

But it turned out that Boebert had brought her family to Congress after her swearing in on Capitol Hill to give them a tour of the place.

Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.), noted that during the pandemic, tours of the Capitol were restricted, making it difficult to believe the Democrats’ allegations.

The Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia is investigating hundreds of Capitol protesters. Authorities have charged more than 300 people and at least 100 others are expected to face charges.

The aggressiveness with which the FBI has acted to search, arrest, and intimidate people who participated in the demonstration is unusually partisan, as if they had touched something personal of the agency.

Yet for four years, “justice” did not produce a single arrest, prosecution, or significant breakthrough in the investigation of the phony Russian collusion, with which Democrats attempted to remove former President Trump from the White House, using false charges and without presenting evidence.

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