There are excuses that are not excuses.
A non-apology can be identified by phrases such as “mistakes were made” or “If I offended anyone …” or “that’s not who I am.” You are aware that such wording is not an apology.
Then follows a sincere apology. Like socialist Naomi Wolf’s “full-throated apology” for being “duped” by the false narrative of the Capitol invasion on January 6, 2021.
Basically, her change of mind was precipitated by Tucker Carlson’s broadcast of unedited footage of the breach of the U.S. Capitol.
Then she knew, “there is no way to avoid this moment. The formal letter of apology.”
Wolf, a liberal progressive feminist author, writer, and former political counselor to Al Gore and Bill Clinton, said in her online “Outspoken” blog, “I made mistakes in judgment.”
She did not use this as an excuse, as she continued her apology by stating, “[t]hese mistakes, multiplied by the tens of thousands and millions on the part of people just like me, hurt millions of other people like you all, in existential ways.”
And she said to whom she was apologizing: “Conservatives, Republicans, MAGA: I am so sorry.”
That was an expression of regret.
And grace asks that it be accepted.
Wolf’s admission of guilt is supported by many thousand words detailing how she and other Jan. 6 story believers failed.
My letter of apology. https://t.co/tZqglhoQTj
— Dr Naomi Wolf (@naomirwolf) March 9, 2023
She stated that former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was in command of Capitol Police on January 6, 2021, despite “misinformation” allegations by purported fact-checkers.
More on this story via The Western Journal:
Wolf decried the multi-million dollar January 6 Committee labeling former President Trump as a terrorist and Republicans “by association as ‘insurrectionists,’ or as insurrectionists’ sympathizers and fellow-travelers.”
Outlining other events underscoring her apology was the blaming of those entering the Capitol as having killed Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, who was determined to have died not at the hands of rioters at the Capitol, but of natural causes two days after the event. CONTINUE READING…