Star J6 whistleblower meant to “destroy Trump” has CHANGED HER STORY
12/15/2023 // Kevin Hughes // Views

Cassidy Hutchinson, a former lowly White House aide-turned-Jan. 6 "whistleblower" for the Democrats whose testimony was supposedly going to "destroy" former President Donald Trump has changed her story.

During the Trump administration, Hutchinson served as an assistant to then-Chief of Staff Mark Meadows. Following the events of Jan. 6 and the ascension of President Joe Biden, his administration trotted out Hutchinson for her supposedly exceptionally damaging testimony against Trump. But recent developments now cast heavy doubt on her credibility.

Based on a report from Just the News, a 15-page-long "errata sheet," discovered recently by Republican Rep. Barry Loudermilk of Georgia, contains important changes to Hutchinson's account of major events in the Capitol riot drama, as well as what Secret Service vehicle transported Trump to the rally with his supports held before the events at the Capitol, where Trump supporters had firearms at the rally and what she supposedly knew about a meeting where so-called Trump supporters chanted "Hang Mike Pence."

The errata sheet included a digital signature from Hutchinson permitting the alterations. Legal experts said errata sheets for congressional witnesses are ordinary but generally are limited to technical or typographical errors.

Hutchinson's errata sheet constitutes entirely new testimony

The experts who reviewed Hutchinson's errata sheet, dated September 12, 2022, stated it seems to make material changes to her stories.

"These aren't 'corrections.' They constitute entirely new testimony that should be subjected to cross-examination," Harvard Law School Professor Emeritus Alan Dershowitz said in an interview with Just the News after examining the memo.

According to Robert Charles, former staff director for the House Oversight National Security Subcommittee during its 1990s-era investigations into the scandals surrounding the administration of former President Bill Clinton, Hutchison’s errata are different from others he had seen in his career as a lawyer and could become a problem in future criminal trials in Georgia and Washington D.C., where defendants like Trump and others face Jan. 6-connected charges.

"It throws into serious question the credibility of both the witness and the committee and the information she has related to the committee. And it looks like an attempt to manipulate the written record in a way that wasn't supported by the original testimony," Charles said.

In her recently published book, Hutchinson admitted she had withheld some information from the House Jan. 6 committee before she changed lawyers. (Related: Texts from Jan. 6 Committee ‘star witness’ Cassidy Hutchinson reveal she didn’t respect panel, had no love lost for Liz Cheney.)

"Before retaining my new lawyers, at times I had told less than the whole truth to a congressional committee charged with investigating a matter of the highest national importance, a matter that posed a threat to America's future greatness. I had withheld information about events that I had witnessed or that had been recounted to me by witnesses," Hutchinson wrote in her memoir.

The errata sheet and other evidence have been retrieved recently by Loudermilk's House Administration Subcommittee on Oversight, the successor panel to the Democrats' Jan. 6 Committee. Nonetheless, some crucial evidence is missing.

Loudermilk told Just the News that the Jan. 6 committee destroyed or got rid of the videotapes of the transcribed interviews they carried out of Hutchison before her nationally televised testimony in June 2022, which makes the typewritten transcripts and her errata the only official record.

Follow for more news about the lies of the Jan. 6 House committee.

Watch the video below about Jan. 6 "star witness" Cassidy Hutchinson's testimony before the Jan. 6 House committee.

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