The Democrats are still pushing the ridiculous insurrection story to the masses to keep the fear instilled. It is like the story of the boogeyman that parents told their kids to keep them in line or the belief in Santa.
It was fiction.
Just like the fake insurrection that took place on January 6 in the Capitol.
However, we know that, but the mainstream media and the Democrats do not want others to know that since they would lose the big bad conservative monster to blame for all the woes in the nation.
This is why in a little over a month, the Dems are about to host the biggest theatrical piece to the nation to date.
The House select committee that is investigating the Capitol riot on Jan. 6 will hold at least eight public hearings beginning June 9 and will send requests for testimony to several Republican lawmakers this week, including three who previously refused to cooperate, the panel’s chairman said Thursday.
Also, the committee Chair Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., said the committee intends to make new interview requests to many other Republicans, including at least one senator.
Thompson would not specify who the panel desired to interview in addition to House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan, and Pennsylvania Rep. Scott Perry, all of whom have previously declined to testify.
“Well, we’ll cross that bridge when we get to it,” Thompson said when asked what would happen if, “they say no again.” A subpoena was not ruled out for anyone who refused to cooperate with his request.
Thompson added, “Stand by” when asked if Ted Cruz of Texas and Mike Lee of Utah were among the senators whose testimony would be sought.
The list of witnesses includes Donald Trump Jr., the son of ex-President Trump, and Trump’s former lawyer, Rudy Giuliani.
It was reported by CNN on Wednesday night that Giuliani will appear in court next month. Last week, ABC News reported that Trump Jr. would go before the committee on his own accord.
During the public hearings in June, Thompson said the circumstances surrounding the Jan. 6, 2021, disturbance will be “told.”
He said the hearings will also show how the panel came to its conclusions after interviewing hundreds of people and looking at thousands of pieces of evidence.
“It will give the public the benefit” of “more than a year’s worth of investigation” that has been sent to the committee.
“It’s clear that we have a lot of information. It also affects members, and we want to give them a chance to tell their side. He added: “At this point, the first hearing is on June 9th.”