The Democrat-run January 6 committee is expected to hold public hearings on June 9. They will then present their findings and evidence.
Seven Democrats and two RINO Republicans will attempt to prove last year’s Capitol riot was one phase in a ‘multi-tentacled plot’ by Trump to seize control of the American political system, according to the Washington Post.
Rep. Jamie Raskin, a Democrat from Maryland on the committee, promised the hearings would ‘blow the roof off of the House.’
The hearing is expected to analyze the riot within the backdrop of Trump’s alleged efforts to manipulate the election.
We do not yet know who the witnesses are.
In a later session, it is expected to delve into a legal theory proposed by former President Trump’s allies, which would give elected officials the power to disregard the Electoral College results and select a new one.
While Trump told rally-goers on January 6th to march to the Capitol Building and protest “patriotically and peacefully,” Democrats are attempting to show that he organized the violence. There were no firearms used except by Capitol Police. One would think those would be important if a president were going to organize what Democrats call an “insurrection.”
Also, the vast majority of protesters were peaceful. Hardly an attempt to overthrow the government.
Back in January, the Supreme Court allowed congressional investigators access to Trump’s presidential documents relating to the events of January 6.
Following the decision, the select committee reported having already begun receiving records Trump had previously ‘hidden’ from them.
‘The Supreme Court’s action tonight is a victory for the rule of law & American democracy,’ the socialist committee posted to Twitter.
In the days leading up to and after the riot, Trump offered theories about election fraud and said that the ‘real insurrection’ occurred when he lost to Biden on Election Day.
Around the same time, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia excoriated RINO Republicans for turning on the former president.
She made the declaration in light of GOP Reps. Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger being censured by the Republican National Committee for serving on the Democrat-run January 6 select committee.
Now another RINO has revealed himself.
After working for the congressional committee investigating the January 6 attacks on the US Capitol, a former Republican Congressman says, ‘what I’ve seen behind the scenes has pushed me further away.’
Denver Riggleman, 52, talked to CNN’s ‘State of the Union’ Sunday about how he was influenced by the evidence that he saw while con…