MSNBC: ‘9/11 Is Nothing Compared to January 6,’ Need ‘War Footing’

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The lunacy of MSNBC was pumping at full pressure Monday as Deadline: White House host Nicolle Wallace led a sycophantic panel of former FBI employees in a collective and delusional freaking out. The conversation came to a head when she delved into grotesque revisionist history regarding the deadliness of January 6, while the twisted brain of disgraced former FBI Agent Peter Strzok found 9/11 to be “nothing compared to January 6.”

Wallace’s psychosis was triggered by an internal FBI email from January 13, 2021, that claims large portions of FBI field offices compared the Capitol Riot to the Black Lives Matter riots of 2020. And during their discussion, former FBI Director Robert Mueller’s post-9/11 leadership was contrasted with that of the current director, Christopher Wray.

Framing January 6 against 9/11, she seemed to suggest Mueller invented the phrase “connect the dots” and warped the events of January 6 and how deadly it was, as she decried: “I’ve not heard one utterance of connecting the dots from Christopher Wray in the days after the deadliest attack on the U.S. capital in history.”

In the video below, Wallace can be heard saying “capital” and not “Capitol.” An important distinction when looking out how intentionally obtuse her statement was.

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If we want to compare Capitol attack death tolls, only one person was killed in the Capitol on January 6 and it was one of the rioters. But in the Summer of 1998, two Capitol Police officers were shot and killed in the visitor center.

And if we want to look at politically-motivated attacks in and around the capital, on 9/11, 125 people were killed when a plane struck the Pentagon. March 1, 1954, saw a group of Puerto Rican terrorists opened fire from the House gallery and hit five congressmen. And on June 14, 2017, six Republican members of Congress were shot while at their baseball practice in Alexandria, Virginia.

But Strzok wasn’t interested in facts as he fully agreed with Wallace’s nonsense. According to him, “when you look at something that is an attack on democracy, something that could actually bring about a fundamental change to American governments as we understand it, 9/11 is nothing compared to January 6.”

That didn’t get a blink from Wallace, who – moments prior – bragged about being in the Bush administration on 9/11. And there was still no pushback when Strzok demanded the federal government take a harsher stand against Americans. “And the fact that the FBI and the rest of the government if they are not only on the same sort of war footing that they were on in the weeks and months and years after 9/11, shame on everyone!” he sneered.

“This is a far greater threat to our constitutional democracy than anything we’ve faced in the past 20 or more years. We need to be addressing it the same way,” he added.

So, he wants a “war footing” against Americans? Does that mean he wants to start drone-striking weddings in rural America?

Wallace wasn’t interested in an answer and promptly concluded the segment, proclaiming: “A really important and at times excruciatingly uncomfortable conversation. Thank you…”

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The transcript is below, click “expand” to read:

MSNBC’s Deadline: White House
October 17, 2022
4:22:48 p.m. Eastern

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NICOLLE WALLACE: That Mueller ethos emanated – I’m sure – from his own personal code but also post-9/11. And I worked in the administration in which he served as FBI director. And what he sort of gave birth to in the lexicon was the FBI would never again first of – all fail to sync up with a CIA. And all sorts of artificial and real walls were torn down. And they would never again fail to connect the dots.

I’ve not heard one utterance of connecting the dots from Christopher Wray in the days after the deadliest attack on the U.S. capital in history.

PETER STRZOK: Nicolle. I think that’s right. And I think if you look at the scale in terms of a threat to democracy – I mean, 9/11 was a tragedy. We lost thousands of lives in a horrific way. We still mourn to this day. But when you look at something that is an attack on democracy, something that could actually bring about a fundamental change to American governments as we understand it, 9/11 is nothing to compared January 6.

And the fact that the FBI and the rest of the government if they are not only on the same sort of war footing that they were on in the weeks and months and years after 9/11, shame on everyone!

This is a far greater threat to our constitutional democracy than anything we’ve faced in the past 20 or more years. We need to be addressing it the same way. I suspect if they were, if we were, we might hear more about it. And I think that’s the sort of thing that gives a lot of observers, those of us on the panel and others who have been in the FBI, a little bit of concern whether the same sort of urgency and approach to the situation, whether that approach is on par with the nature of the threat that we’re facing right now.

WALLACE: A really important and at times excruciatingly uncomfortable conversation. Thank you to all three of you for having I with me.

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