The House committee investigating the Jan. 6 so-called “insurrection” is gearing up to release their findings intended to vilify former President Donald Trump within months.
Although the team has collected over 35,000 pages of information and interviewed over 300 people in connection with the events that took place that day, they face an uphill battle to convince a large portion of the population that their findings are objective. This is particularly important after a report last month indicated that committee member Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) doctored a text message used in a hearing to issue subpoenas and hold people in contempt of Congress.
“The full picture is coming to light, despite President Trump’s ongoing efforts to hide the picture,” the committee’s vice chairman Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) said according to a report by ABC News.
“I don’t think there’s any area of this broader history in which we aren’t learning new things,” she added.
The ragtag team conducting the “investigation” includes five Democrats and two Republicans handpicked by Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), after House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) declined to participate in the committee calling it a “sham.”
The next phase of their process slated to begin within the coming weeks will include hearings that are aimed to “bring the people who conducted the elections to Washington and tell their story,” according to the chairman, Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.) He believes their testimony will confirm that the election was conducted on the straight and narrow and without fraud.
“I think that the challenge that we face is that the attacks on our democracy are continuing — they didn’t come to an end on Jan. 6,” said Schiff.
Cheney – an outspoken anti-Trumper who was elected as a Republican but recently had that title effectively stripped from her by the Wyoming GOP – places a lot of weight on the outcome of the investigation.
“I think this is one of the single most important congressional investigations in history,” Cheney remarked.
Thompson seemed to indicate that the outcome of the investigation was a forgone conclusion stressing the importance of making the panel’s findings heard and “that it was an organized effort to change the outcome of the election by bringing people to Washington… and ultimately if all else failed, weaponize the people who came by sending them to the Capitol.”
But the American people who are paying attention have already seen substantial evidence with even the liberal New York Times giving credence to the possibility that Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) agents were “deeply involved in the events of Jan. 6.” Documentaries including Fox News’ Tucker Carlson’s “Patriot Purge” and Nick Searcy’s “Capitol Punishment,” show that the idea might not be as outlandish as the House investigation committee would like you to believe.
Another Trump critic and the second token Republican on the panel Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.) seemed pleased that there were no Trump supporters on the committee that could obstruct their work because it would make it “a very different scene.”
“I think in five or 10 years, when school kids learn about Jan. 6, they’re going to get the accurate story,” Kinzinger explained. “And I think that’s going to be dependent on what we do here.”
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