Uncovered Texts Revealed Just How Furious One Of Trump’s Closest Confidants Was After J6 Attack: “This Made Us All Unemployable… I’m So F*ck ing Mad”

This is not a good look, guys.

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As their investigation came to a close in preparation for the incoming Republican power in the House, the January 6th House Select Committee tied up all their loose ends and it shaped up to be absolutely damning for the former president.

In addition to the brutal final report from the Committee, and the series of bombshell criminal referrals they made against Donald Trump himself to the Department of Justice, the panel of investigators  publicly released some of their most damning evidence collected against Trump and his closest cronies through the course of their long-running probe into the January 6th Capitol attack, and the Trumpworld’s role in inciting that fateful, deadly violence.

Among the information released by the J6 Committee, were text messages penned by one of Donald Trump’s closest confidants, former top aide Hope Hicks, that expose just how infuriated Hicks was over the violent Capitol attack, and the damning effect she knew it would have on any future employment prospects once Donald J. Trump became an average American citizen once again.

The Hill obtained and reported on the Hicks text messages that painted a grim picture of the inner workings of Trumpworld as the riot rocked through Trump’s circle.

According to the messages, Hicks was venting her deep frustrations about the future of their careers to Ivanka Trump’s former Chief of Staff Julie Radford.

“All of us that didn’t have jobs lined up will be perpetually unemployed,” Hope fumed to Radford in the direct aftermath of the violent attack. “I’m so mad and upset. We all look like domestic terrorists now.”

Hicks goes on to add, “This made us all unemployable. Like untouchable. God, I’m so fucking mad.”

Hope went on to note, “Alyssa looks like a genius,” regarding former Trump aide turned View co-host Alyssa Farah Griffin’s decision to resign from her Trump Administration position just one month before the insurrection.

Hicks personally provided the J6 Committee with text messages showing that she vehemently urged then-President Trump to send out tweets ahead of January 6th that urged his supporters to remain non-violent during their impending demonstrations. Hicks confirmed that Donald Trump refused. Hope Hicks served as the Trump White House Communications Director until March 2018. She then made a comeback to the Trump Administration in 2020 as a counselor to the president.

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