Jan 6 Commission Fabricated Evidence On Willard Hotel Subpoena To Access To Trump Ally

The January 6 Commission, run by Democrats and never Trumpers, made a grave misstep in its unrelenting pursuit to malign, defame and prosecute former President Trump and any person willing to support the America First movement.

The National Pulse gained access to a “legal letter” written by Bernie Kerik’s lawyers (Parlatore Law Group) on his behalf. Kerik was the former New York City Police Commissioner during 9/11 and served with Rudy Guiliani to clean up New York City.

The January 6 Commission sent Bernie Kerik a subpoena requiring his testimony in the House of Representatives claiming the Kerik attended a January 5 meeting at the Willard Hotel in Washington DC. Only Kerik’s lawyers provide proof that he was in New York City at the time of the alleged encounter.

From the January 6 Commission Letter to Bernie Kerik:

“The Select Committee’s investigation and public accounts have revealed credible evidence of your involvement in the events within the scope of the Select Committee’s inquiry. You reportedly participated in a meeting on January 5, 2021, at the Willard Hotel in Washington D.C., in which Rudolph Giuliani, Stephen Bannon, John Eastman, and others discussed options for overturning the results of the November 2020 election such as, among other things, pressuring Vice President Pence not to certify the electoral college results.”

However, as stated before, Bernie Kerik has proof he was not in Washington DC on January 5 and did not attend the Willard Hotel meeting being used as the smoking gun to require Kerik’s attendance to the Commission’s questioning in Congress.

From the Parlatore Law Group Letter:

“We knew from the time that we received the subpoena that this was a false allegation, as Mr. Kerik never participated in any such meeting. He wasn’t even in  Washington DC, as he was in New York dealing with a family medical emergency. While we knew at the time that the claim was false, we later found out that it was actually a fabrication.

You can understand my concern where you send a letter claiming that the basis for issuing the subpoena is that you “have revealed credible evidence,” of a provably false claim, citing two sources that do not support this false claim. If you were not personally responsible for this fabrication and false statements, then someone on your staff was and should be held accountable. Someone either intentionally fabricated this claim, or someone failed at the simple task of carefully reading the sources before writing a letter claiming that the sources “have revealed credible evidence.” There was no “credible evidence,” because it never happened.”

Kerik’s lawyers destroy any credible claim that the former NYC Police Commissioner was at the Willard Hotel meeting after providing proof Kerik paid his EZ PASS toll payment for traveling north on I-95 from Washington DC heading to New York City on January 4. The next day, January 5, while the January 6 Commission claims that Kerik was at the Willard Hotel, Kerik was charged another toll crossing the George Washington Bridge into Manhattan twice.

Kerik Lawyer Letter

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