Days before the partisan Jan. 6 committee witch hunt proceedings on Thursday, far-left NBC News released a poll showing the percentage of Americans who believed Trump was responsible for the Jan. 6 riot has dropped to 45 percent.
According to the survey results, only 45 percent of American voters said President Trump is “solely” or “mainly” responsible for the riot at the US Capitol on Jan. 6. The survey was conducted from May 5-7 and May 9-10.
According to NBC News, “Time has been on Trump’s side. The question is whether the upcoming hearings can return public opinion to where it was in early 2021. ”
Here are the results analyzed by News 10:
About 17 percent of respondents said the former president is solely responsible for the rioting, while 28 percent say he is mainly responsible, according to the survey.
In January 2021, 52 percent of respondents said Trump was responsible, with 28 percent saying he was solely responsible and 24 percent saying he was mainly responsible.
By comparison, the percentage of Americans in the new poll who say Trump was “not really” responsible for Jan. 6 grew to 35 percent, up from 29 percent in January 2021. About 20 percent of Americans now say he is somewhat responsible, up from 18 percent 18 months ago.
It was previously reported that former ABC president James Goldston would be tasked with curating “a mountain of explosive material into a captivating multimedia presentation” for Thursday’s political theater showing. The powerhouse executive ran some of the network’s most popular shows, such as Good Morning America and Nightline, and he was reportedly added to the committee as an “unannounced adviser” in recent weeks.
As Axios put it, Goldston is the hack committee’s secret adviser.
One would assume that the so-called “mountain of explosiveEvidence would speak for itself and would not need any fake production value, but, as we have seen repeatedly over the past year and change, Pelosi’s sham panel is more concerned with ignoring evidence in favor of upholding the leftist insurrection narrative, and, of course, literally engaging in theatrics.