january 6 commission
The notorious conspiracy theorist used the Fifth Amendment to virtually every question asked of him by January 6 committee investigators.
The January 6 committee argues that far-right extremists were spurred on to take action by a tweet from President Donald Trump.
“There were calls to say goodbye to family members, so on and so forth,” a former White House security official told the January 6 committee.
“I don’t effing care that they have weapons. They’re not there to hurt me.”
Emails obtained via FOIA show other parts of the DHS watching TV and checking social media to get information like the rest of us.
“There were officers on the ground. They were bleeding ... I was slipping in people's blood. I was catching people as they fell. It was carnage. It was chaos.”
The RNC is about to label the Jan. 6 investigation a “persecution of ordinary citizens” as it censures Reps. Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger.
McConnell once said Trump was “practically and morally responsible” for the Jan. 6 riot. On its anniversary, he was radio silent.
Eight people, including Flynn, have filed lawsuits seeking to block the Jan. 6 committee from enforcing subpoenas.
“Well, the president’s right, it’s fake news,” the former White House chief of staff said on TV this week.