So, for our FBI agent readers… did you get your invitation for the January 6th reunion?
The Babylon Bee had a marginally amusing post in 2022 about the event. Frankly we’re surprised they didn’t have a new one for this year. They’re slipping.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Special agents involved in last year’s ‘January 6th Insurrection Against Democracy™’ are set to reunite as guests of honor at an extravagant gala hosted by the FBI. The event will reportedly feature live music and entertainment, with comedian James Corden acting as master of ceremonies.
Numerous celebrities and public figures are expected to be in attendance, including former FBI Director James Comey. “I’m really excited to be relevant again,” he said, excitedly rubbing his hands together.
According to sources, several private citizens have questioned why taxpayer money is being used to throw a lavish party for government officials. White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki addressed these concerns during her daily press briefing.
“Well, first I would say, that President Biden is committed to the Build Back Better™ bill,” Psaki reasoned. “Therefore, he cares for the American people and, as such, cares deeply about how their money is utilized. So, obviously, it’s fine.”
Psaki went on to applaud the FBI for all their hard work that cannot be disclosed.
The event will not be open to the public.
Did you see the polling date that (shocking!) showed almost half of Americans believe that the January 6th protesters might have had a point?
‘Sympathy’ surging for Jan. 6 rioters, 43% agree ‘they had a point’
In the latest Suffolk University/USA Today poll, “sympathy” for the rioters has surged for the hundreds who swarmed the Capitol the day Congress and former Vice President Mike Pence agreed that Biden won the 2020 election fair and square.
“The survey, which was completed shortly before the third anniversary of the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the U.S. Capitol by supporters of President Trump, showed sympathy for the rioters has increased among the voting public over the past several years,” said Suffolk’s analysis.
“Only 48% of voters overall said they thought the rioters were ‘criminals,’ a significant drop from the 70% of voters who thought so in a Suffolk survey conducted just weeks after the attacks. Those who agreed that ‘they went too far, but they had a point’ rose to 37% from 24%, and 6% called their actions ‘appropriate,’ when in 2021 just 2% did,” it added.