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Olivia Troye, former homeland security, counterterrorism and coronavirus adviser to Vice President Mike Pence, is “very concerned” about violence in Washington when Congress convenes on January 6, 2021.
Of course, with Trump supporters planning a rally in support of President Trump, we already know there’s a strong probability that there will be violence, as the left makes it a regular habit to attack the president’s supporters anytime they gather.
Troye, a self-
True to form, she was asked Monday during an appearance on MSNBC about a “fear of violence” next month, after it was noted that Trump was “encouraging people to come to Washington.”
“Well, you know, I’m actually very concerned that there will be violence on January 6th, because the president himself is encouraging it,” Troye said — the false assertion allowed to stand without challenge.
“This is what he does,” she continued, before taking a shot at Trump supporters. “He tweets, he incites it, gets his followers and supporters to behave in this manner and these people think they’re being patriotic because they’re supporting Donald Trump and their loyal followers.”
Earlier this month, Trump tweeted: “Big protest in D.C. on January 6th. Be there, will be wild!”
On Sunday, the president shared the following message on Twitter:
The political hack goes on the mock Trump for calling himself the president of law and order, citing unspecified protests and the Nashville bombing on Christmas Day — this from the cabal that sits on its collective hands when Black Lives Matter rioters sack American cities.
Like a trained seal, Troye delivers for her paymasters, but shamelessly linking Trump to the Nashville bombing says more about her deranged state of mind than about the president.
“This is all out of control,” Troye said. “The divisiveness is through the ceiling because of this man who continues to stoke the flames of these extremely far right people who show up and think that he’s calling out to them. So if that’s the legacy he wants, he certainly has it. And it will follow him. I think for the rest of his tenure and the rest of his career and whatever he moves on to.”
She would then express concern about what Trump may do once out of office.
“I know he will be out there undermining the Biden administration and continue to push this rhetoric which is very dangerous to our country,” she said.
In other words, do to others what was done to him?
Troye wasted little time making the media rounds to attack Trump after leaving her role in July, and the president was asked about her back in September.
“I don’t know her,” he said. “She worked for the Vice President. She was on the task force as some kind of a lower-level person. I have no idea who she is. I never met her, to the best of my knowledge. Maybe she was in a room. I have no idea who she is. She doesn’t know me — it’s just another person that leaves, and whether it’s CNN or Washington Post, they say negative things.”
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