Kinzinger Says a Secret Service Agent Set to Testify before Jan. 6 Committee, ‘Likes to Lie’

A Secret Service agent who might be testifying before the Jan. 6 committee regarding the sequence of events surrounding former President Donald Trump during the incident, “likes to lie,” according to Rep. Adam Kinzinger, R-Ill, Fox News informed.

A source that is close to the Secret Service stated for Fox News’ David Spunt this week that two Secret Service agents, Robert Engel and Tony Ornato, are willing to give their testimonies before Congress, that then-President Trump did not lunge at the steering wheel or attack them in an effort to get to the Capitol during the Jan. 6 riot.

The shocking new claims emerged on Tuesday by Cassidy Hutchinson, a former senior advisor to Mark Meadows, the chief of staff in the Trump White House.

This week, a number of social media posts from Ornato’s rivals and coworkers accused him of lying frequently and failing to disclose the truth in the past.

According to Olivia Troye, a former adviser on homeland security in the Mike Pence administration’s White House, Tony Ornato “certainly tries to dispute talks he’s evidently had.

Troye said that those who worked with Tony are aware of his allegiances.

He needs to provide testimony while being under oath.

Alyssa Farah Griffin of CNN remarked that Tony Ornato lied about her too.

She said that she advised Mark Meadows and Ornato to alert the reporters stationed there before evacuating Lafayette Square during the protests in 2020. Then Meadows retorted that they are not doing that.

She also said that at a later time, Tony lied and claimed the conversation never took place.

He is aware that it did.

Kinzinger was alerted to the barrage of criticisms leveled at Ornato’s reliability and made a public statement claiming that Ornato frequently lies.

Kinzinger said that it appears that there is something there and that Tony Ornato enjoys lying.

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