Jan 6 committee unexpectedly announces hearing of new evidence/testimony tomorrow afternoon...

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The committee investigating the Capitol Hill insurrection on January 6, 2021, has added a previously unexpected public hearing for Tuesday afternoon, the committee announced Monday.

The panel has not revealed the hearing's topic.

The announcement came as a surprise to many as the committee had said it was not going to resume its hearings until mid-July. Democratic Rep. Bennie Thompson of Mississippi, the committee's chairman, told reporters last week that the panel needed more time to go through the new documentary footage it received from documentarian Alex Holder, who possesses never-before-seen footage of Trump and his family, new information from the National Archives, and new tips coming in through the panel's tip line since the hearings started in order to move forward with its hearings

The committee did not reveal the witness list or topic but said it would "present recently obtained evidence and receive witness testimony."

Tuesday's hearing starts at 1 p.m. ET. It will be the panel's sixth hearing this month.

In its first five hearings, the committee laid out how former President Donald Trump knew he lost the 2020 presidential election but pressured former Vice President Mike Pence, state officials, and the Department of Justice to work to keep him in office anyway. Members on the committee previously laid out that its final two hearings would focus on the role domestic extremist groups played in attacking the Capitol on January 6 and would fill in the gaps of what Trump was doing as the violence at the Capitol unfolded.

Holder's "Unprecedented" three-part docuseries about the 2020 election will be released on Discovery Plus, which is owned by CNN's parent company, later this summer. The documentary includes never-before-seen footage of the Trump family on the campaign trail and their reactions to the outcome of the election.


This story has been updated with additional developments Monday.
 
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Do you think democrats will allow witnesses to be cross examined?
All testimony was obtained under oath. Interviews of witnesses were taped.
What would a cross examination benefit since there have been so many guilty pleas already. Plus, this isn't a trial. If there are trials they will all have a chance for rebuttal - that's a DOJ job.
 

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All testimony was obtained under oath. Interviews of witnesses were taped.
What would a cross examination benefit since there have been so many guilty pleas already. Plus, this isn't a trial. If there are trials they will all have a chance for rebuttal - that's a DOJ job.
Libs like 2lyin don't want to hear both sides.

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The committee investigating the Capitol Hill insurrection on January 6, 2021, has added a previously unexpected public hearing for Tuesday afternoon, the committee announced Monday.

The panel has not revealed the hearing's topic.

The announcement came as a surprise to many as the committee had said it was not going to resume its hearings until mid-July. Democratic Rep. Bennie Thompson of Mississippi, the committee's chairman, told reporters last week that the panel needed more time to go through the new documentary footage it received from documentarian Alex Holder, who possesses never-before-seen footage of Trump and his family, new information from the National Archives, and new tips coming in through the panel's tip line since the hearings started in order to move forward with its hearings

The committee did not reveal the witness list or topic but said it would "present recently obtained evidence and receive witness testimony."

Tuesday's hearing starts at 1 p.m. ET. It will be the panel's sixth hearing this month.

In its first five hearings, the committee laid out how former President Donald Trump knew he lost the 2020 presidential election but pressured former Vice President Mike Pence, state officials, and the Department of Justice to work to keep him in office anyway. Members on the committee previously laid out that its final two hearings would focus on the role domestic extremist groups played in attacking the Capitol on January 6 and would fill in the gaps of what Trump was doing as the violence at the Capitol unfolded.

Holder's "Unprecedented" three-part docuseries about the 2020 election will be released on Discovery Plus, which is owned by CNN's parent company, later this summer. The documentary includes never-before-seen footage of the Trump family on the campaign trail and their reactions to the outcome of the election.


This story has been updated with additional developments Monday.

Seems like the Supreme Court decision is losing traction with their voters.
 

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All testimony was obtained under oath. Interviews of witnesses were taped.
What would a cross examination benefit since there have been so many guilty pleas already. Plus, this isn't a trial. If there are trials they will all have a chance for rebuttal - that's a DOJ job.
Guilty pleas----HAHAHAHA name one. You continue to be a ****TARD
 
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All testimony was obtained under oath. Interviews of witnesses were taped.
What would a cross examination benefit since there have been so many guilty pleas already. Plus, this isn't a trial. If there are trials they will all have a chance for rebuttal - that's a DOJ job.
Are you serious? That is exactly what our judicial system is based on. Two sides, not one. I can't believe you even said anything this fking ignorant. And no, I don't support Trump in any of this. One sided sh%t is what the Politburo does.
 

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What could possibly come from a cross examination? I give you General Mattis and his ridiculous bullsh&t against his own troops that, after years, are finally found innocent.
 

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Wow, you lose your marbles the moment anyone challenges you. Lmao. Go back to your lone post no one reads.
Are you talking about his Narcissist Manifesto? Trying to figure out if Marbles or NJ is the biggest narcissist on this board.

It’s a tough call.
 

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The committee investigating the Capitol Hill insurrection on January 6, 2021, has added a previously unexpected public hearing for Tuesday afternoon, the committee announced Monday.

The panel has not revealed the hearing's topic.

The announcement came as a surprise to many as the committee had said it was not going to resume its hearings until mid-July. Democratic Rep. Bennie Thompson of Mississippi, the committee's chairman, told reporters last week that the panel needed more time to go through the new documentary footage it received from documentarian Alex Holder, who possesses never-before-seen footage of Trump and his family, new information from the National Archives, and new tips coming in through the panel's tip line since the hearings started in order to move forward with its hearings

The committee did not reveal the witness list or topic but said it would "present recently obtained evidence and receive witness testimony."

Tuesday's hearing starts at 1 p.m. ET. It will be the panel's sixth hearing this month.

In its first five hearings, the committee laid out how former President Donald Trump knew he lost the 2020 presidential election but pressured former Vice President Mike Pence, state officials, and the Department of Justice to work to keep him in office anyway. Members on the committee previously laid out that its final two hearings would focus on the role domestic extremist groups played in attacking the Capitol on January 6 and would fill in the gaps of what Trump was doing as the violence at the Capitol unfolded.

Holder's "Unprecedented" three-part docuseries about the 2020 election will be released on Discovery Plus, which is owned by CNN's parent company, later this summer. The documentary includes never-before-seen footage of the Trump family on the campaign trail and their reactions to the outcome of the election.


This story has been updated with additional developments Monday.
Thanks for the update. You should post more stand alone topics like this.
 

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McCarthy had his opportunity and declined. His mistake and now Donnie is pissed.

LOL... Not really NJ. I mean, do you know what "pissed" sounds like??

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Former President Donald Trump endorsed House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy for another term in Congress on Saturday, calling him "an outstanding Representative for the people of California, and a strong and fearless Leader of the House Republican Conference."
 

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McCarthy had his opportunity and declined. His mistake and now Donnie is pissed.
Total nonsense. Pelosi, in an unprecedented move, did not allow his choices. Try some honesty. It shouldn't be that difficult.
 
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The committee investigating the Capitol Hill insurrection on January 6, 2021, has added a previously unexpected public hearing for Tuesday afternoon, the committee announced Monday.

The panel has not revealed the hearing's topic.

The announcement came as a surprise to many as the committee had said it was not going to resume its hearings until mid-July. Democratic Rep. Bennie Thompson of Mississippi, the committee's chairman, told reporters last week that the panel needed more time to go through the new documentary footage it received from documentarian Alex Holder, who possesses never-before-seen footage of Trump and his family, new information from the National Archives, and new tips coming in through the panel's tip line since the hearings started in order to move forward with its hearings

The committee did not reveal the witness list or topic but said it would "present recently obtained evidence and receive witness testimony."

Tuesday's hearing starts at 1 p.m. ET. It will be the panel's sixth hearing this month.

In its first five hearings, the committee laid out how former President Donald Trump knew he lost the 2020 presidential election but pressured former Vice President Mike Pence, state officials, and the Department of Justice to work to keep him in office anyway. Members on the committee previously laid out that its final two hearings would focus on the role domestic extremist groups played in attacking the Capitol on January 6 and would fill in the gaps of what Trump was doing as the violence at the Capitol unfolded.

Holder's "Unprecedented" three-part docuseries about the 2020 election will be released on Discovery Plus, which is owned by CNN's parent company, later this summer. The documentary includes never-before-seen footage of the Trump family on the campaign trail and their reactions to the outcome of the election.


This story has been updated with additional developments Monday.
What a joke. Are they finally going to find the answer to who gave the order to unlock the magnetic doors?

See around the 7:50 mark. Why hasn’t the committee played this security video? Bc the Truth crushes their false narrative. Open your fuucking eyes for crying out loud.

 

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Have they scheduled Nancy’s testimony yet? I am sure she can explain the security choices that day especially why the National Guard was refused. Maybe irrelevant, but I have some questions why she spent $1billion over the next several months for security. Optics were involved post 1/6 but for different reasons.
 
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Total nonsense. Pelosi, in an unprecedented move, did not allow his choices. Try some honesty. It shouldn't be that difficult.
Really? You don't think McCarthy was similarly playing politics here? The hand was played out exactly how he wanted. He knew precisely that Pelosi was going to reject Jordan/Banks, that he would be able to use that to pull everyone else off the committee, and then be able to use that to call the committee a sham. Although Trump now disapproves, it was the right move for McCarthy and the GOP. Playing the sham card, was the best they could've hoped for on this hearing.

Otherwise the GOP members of the committee would've been forced to either try and defend a lot of this crap Trump did (not a good look generally) or stay silent or, God forbid, even support some of these findings (not good for their re-election prospects).
 
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Really? You don't think McCarthy was similarly playing politics here? The hand was played out exactly how he wanted. He knew precisely that Pelosi was going to reject Jordan/Banks, that he would be able to use that to pull everyone else off the committee, and then be able to use that to call the committee a sham. Although Trump now disapproves, it was the right move for McCarthy and the GOP. Playing the sham card, was the best they could've hoped for on this hearing.

Otherwise the GOP members of the committee would've been forced to either try and defend a lot of this crap Trump did (not a good look generally) or stay silent or, God forbid, even support some of these findings (not good for their re-election prospects).
Hotshoe isn’t very bright and he’s old as dirt.
 
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Hotshoe isn’t very bright and he’s old as dirt.
You're not just ignorant as hell, I'm not old. What I posted is factual. Your bud has been making sh&t up all day long.
 

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You're not just ignorant as hell, I'm not old. What I posted is factual. Your bud has been making sh&t up all day long.
Didn’t you just say your Dad was in WWII? You old! Really old.