Kimberly Guilfoyle, Jan. 6 Organizers, Described as ‘Mean Girls’
- Kimberly Guilfoyle likened two female GOP organizers with the teenage girls in “Mean Girls.”
- The House panel witnessed Guilfoyle’s testimony on January 6, where he discussed the exchange.
- Guilfoyle said that Guilfoyle called one of the women a friend. She also mentioned that she was often nervous around one of the women.
The House Select committee continues to investigate the Capitol attack of January 6, 2021. release a trove of witness testimony transcripts following the publication of the panel’s final 845-page report. The committee’s Thursday document dumpIncluded Guilfoyle’s testimonyTogether with 18 other people.
Guilfoyle’s “Mean Girls” reference came around a third of her testimony. As lawmakers narrowed in on a series SMS messages between Guilfoyle & Katrina Pierson (a GOP operative), lawmakers zeroed-in on Guilfoyle. according to ProPublicaHe was the White House liaison for January 6 rallies that preceded the insurrection.
In the text messages, first reported by ProPublica in November 2021Guilfoyle was attempting to get more right-wing speakers to the “Stop the Steal” rally while boasting about raising $3,000,000 for the event. The texts provided the best evidence yet that Trump family members were involved in organizing and financing the rally, according to a news outlet.
Guilfoyle’s lawyer denied Guilfoyle’s involvement in a statement to that publication at the time. Guilfoyle herself said the same in her January 6 interview. She claimed that she had “nothing to do” in raising money for the event and explained that the $3 million in question had been given by a major donor. Guilfoyle also described her own texts as “embellishment.”
Guilfoyle made a joke about her fundraising contributions in the original messages when she learned. she might not be allowed to speak onstage at the eventAccording to ProPublica’s Jan. 6 witness transcript, she did. Her objection was made amid an apparent “turf warfare” between Pierson, and Caroline WrenPer ProPublica, a former deputy of Guilfoyle over the speaking list for rally, which both women were currently working on, Guilfoyle informed lawmakers.
Guilfoyle stated that “they were both complaining about one another.” “To everyone. As if everyone knew they were fighting back-and-forth.”
Guilfoyle stated to the committee that Pierson’s and Wrens argument was generally unpleasant to be around.
Guilfoyle explained that it was like “turf wars” and two girls arguing about who is running this.
Insider asked Pierson and Wren for comments via their personal websites and Linkedin.
Guilfoyle agreed to confirm that people in the inner circle were “very gossipy” when asked by someone in the room.
She said, “Yeah.” “Like ‘Mean Girls.'”
Guilfoyle informed the committee that Wren was her friend. However, she explained to them their relationship.
“I would argue that we are friends,” she said. “I would say that, because she knows that she frustrates my on a regular basis.
Guilfoyle stated, “She gets to my nerves. She knows it.”
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