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Remember when everyone, including the folks at the National Review Journal, claimed that the so-called J6 “whistleblower” and former low-level aide, Cassidy Hutchinson, was going to “destroy” President Trump? How can we forget? She was the fake news darling of the media for quite some time and the silver bullet who would supposedly take down MAGA with one brutal revelation after another.

Well, womp, womp.

As is often the case with these hyped-up “whistleblowers,” Cassidy’s star also dimmed before it could reach its full potential. In fact, the regime now faces a significant issue as Cassidy’s story has changed.


Anyone not afflicted with Stage 5 TDS could have quickly seen that this low-level staffer was not going to bring down President Trump. However, the media and the regime held high hopes. Yet, these recent developments once again cast doubt on this young woman’s credibility.

Just the News:

The 15-page-long errata sheet, uncovered recently by Rep. Barry Loudermilk, R-Ga., includes significant changes to Hutchinson’s account of key events in the Capitol riot drama, including what Secret Service vehicle transported Donald Trump to the Jan. 6, 2021 rally, whether guns were at the Washington D.C. rally that preceded the riot, and what she knew about a meeting where “Hang Mike Pence” chants were allegedly made.

The errata sheet contained a digital signature from Hutchinson approving the changes.

Legal experts said errata sheets for congressional witnesses are common but usually are limited to technical or typographical errors. The experts who reviewed Hutchinson’s errata sheet dated Sept. 12, 2022 said it appears 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 Professor Emeritus Alan Dershowitz told Just the News after reviewing the memo. Dershowitz represented Trump at his first impeachment trial where the 45th president was acquitted on charges related to Ukraine and did not have a role in the Jan. 6 impeachment.

Robert Charles, former staff director for the House Oversight national security subcommittee during its 1990s-era investigations into the Clinton White House and the Whitewater scandal, said Hutchison’s errata were unlike any he had ever seen in his career as a lawyer and could become an issue in future criminal trials in Georgia and Washington D.C., where defendants like Donald Trump and others face Jan. 6-related charges.

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

This is commonly referred to as lying in most circles, and it seems Ms. Cassidy is trying to avoid facing consequences for telling whoppers to Congress. However, when all is said and done, she achieved the headlines she wanted, secured a book deal, and, of course, won’t face prosecution for her dishonesty. This is because the entire January 6th investigation is a sham, and this absurd “star witness” is evidence of that.