1/6 Committee Chairman Bennie Thompson said he had found evidence of involvement in the Republican House in the Capitol attack.
The 1/6 Committee Has Evidence Concerning The Republican House In The Trump Capitol Attack Attack
Chairman Thompson’s video on ABC’s This Week:
STEPHANOPOULOS: Any evidence you have found that some members of Congress may be wrong?
THOMPSON: Well, we’re in the process of getting there.
As you know, we have requested two members of Congress to come before our committee voluntarily. Maybe we invite others to attend. Former member and chief of staff of former President Donald Trump gave us more than 9,000 pages of articles we have been through. We see what happened on January 6th.
In particular, in these documents, there is a link between some of the members and the White House, in particular asking them – to ask the Chief of Staff Meadows to persuade the President to stop the riots or riots.
So, there is another concern. We just want to make sure we get to the bottom, and we produce a report that can be viewed fairly and accurately by the American people.
House Republicans affected by 1/6 Attack / Trump’s Coup
It has been suspected of emulating the actions of junior leader Kevin McCarthy across House Republicans as Jim Jordan and Marjorie Taylor Greene were involved in the plot.
The House of Representatives has been sitting every day for almost a year trying to discredit the polls because they do not want the Select Committee to reveal its role in the Trump attack.
1/6 events are revealed as a consolidated conspiracy to end the election. Trump was the capital, but the plot spread throughout the state and beyond.
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