Rep. Andy Biggs’ denial of a pardon request would be more believable – under oath

Rep. Andy Biggs/Reno Del Toro/Cronkite News 

Opinion: In Shakespearean terms, if Biggs remains unwilling to testify before the Jan. 6 committee, then methinks the congressman doth protest too much.

By EJ Montini |Arizona Republic

Biggs says Hutchinson is “mistaken.”

Or, worse, that her testimony was “deceptively edited.”

Here’s the thing, however. I’ve not seen or read anywhere that Hutchinson has complained about what was shown during the committee’s hearing.

And here’s another difference between Biggs and her.

Hutchinson spoke under oath.

Biggs published his denial on Twitter.

He said, “The unAmerican January 6 Committee continues to pursue me with the false allegation that I sought a presidential pardon. To the extent Cassidy Hutchinson, a former White House staffer, believes I requested a presidential pardon, she is mistaken.”

Well, Hutchinson seems pretty certain on the video.

Biggs could set the record straight

Which raises a question or two.

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