Group Says Fox News Wouldn't Air Its Ad on the Jan 6 Insurrection

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- While you watch, ask yourself, what isn't factual about it? Which people in it aren't real? It's about the attempt to overturn our election, the insurrection of 1/6. And the story is told by those in the fight.


- I'm proud of the officers I worked with on January 6th. They fought extremely hard.

- Our worst nightmare, really, come true, an attack on American democracy right here in the nation's capitol.

- I experienced the most brutal, savage, hand-to-hand combat of my entire life.

- I received chemical burns to my face that still have not healed to this day.

- I just remember people still swinging metal poles at us. And they were pushing and shoving. They were spraying us with, you know, bear mace and pepper spray.

- They were all shouting at us, calling us traitors.

- It's been very difficult seeing elected officials and other individuals whitewash the events of that day or downplay what happened.

- As an American and as an army veteran, it's sad to see us attacked by our fellow citizens.

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