You've clearly forgotten, so I'll remind you. pgs referred to declassifying documents before Jan. 6. Given that the Trump administration, and therefore Trump's authority to declassify documents, ended at noon on Jan. 20, 2021, would you agree that Jan. 20 might be the more relevant date for declassifying documents than Jan. 6?
There's no 'forgetting' - if you don't note that's the thread you were speaking to then without that reference you could literally mean anything. That's why i said i'm sure it makes sense in your head but not to anyone else. As you were replying to MY post which didn't mention it I was trying to figure out how your response could have had relevence to THAT, not guessing you meant someone else's post entirely.
To answer your question, sure. If January 20th is the date where Trump's authority officially came to an end then that would seem to be a more relevant date to PGS's comment than January 6th. To me, it was more of an issue of 'did he declassify before he left office' than it was 'when did he leave office'. I mean - surely we can all agree it was before the FBI raid
Or just throw some more word salad. Whatever. It's a dull Sunday.
Says the guy who took a half dozen posts to say something as simple as "Actually trump left office on january 20th, not January 6th".
Sometimes when you get like this, it's necessary to explain things in detail to get you back to making sense. Don't blame me
Incidentally my original reply wasn't just taken out of the air or meant to be provocative - that's an actual debate i've seen kicked back and forth. Was it insurrection or just a violent riot? One being an attack on the gov't with the intent to overthrow it or cripple it substantially (gov't context) and the other being a protest of the gov't's actions and a protest.
Proponents of the second view note that there was no scenario where that attack actually ended democracy Or the existing gov't structure and therefore it was not actually affecting the "gov't" structure or continuing function. I kind of thought maybe that's where you were going with the "significance" of Jan 6th.
Oh - and if that was too many words for you, let me know. Wouldnt' want you to get tuckered out reading so many words on the same day