February 28, 2024

Jan. 6 Prosecutor Will Rollins Runs for Congress Pledging More Censorship of Political Views

A Democrat who helped prosecute January 6 participants is running for election to Congress against an incumbent Republican in a southern California seat, on a platform promising more tech censorship. Will Rollins, former assistant U.S. attorney in California, promises that if elected, he will tackle big tech platforms and media outlets that are “profiting by

House GOP spars with FBI chief on Hunter Biden, Jan. 6 and more

House Republicans teed off on FBI Director Christopher Wray on Wednesday as the party’s long-simmering angst over the law enforcement agency spilled into public view. After months of vowing to go toe-to-toe with the Trump-appointed FBI director, Republicans were ready to give Wray an earful on everything from high-profile investigations to a controversial surveillance program

It Cost Steve Bannon $601,000 to Ignore the Jan. 6 Committee

Steve Bannon’s nihilist fight with the Jan. 6 Committee—in which the right-wing podcaster and one-time Donald Trump adviser ignored a congressional subpoena and ended up convicted of a crime—cost him more than half a million dollars.And that’s not to mention the four-month jail sentence he’ll start if his appeal fails or the $6,500 fine that

House GOP ignored Capitol Police requests to review public Jan. 6 footage, lawyer says

Supporters of President Trump climb on vehicles and occupy the east front steps of the U.S. Capitol after breaching the security perimeter as they protest the certification of President-elect Joe Biden’s Electoral College victory on Jan. 6, 2src21. | Francis Chung/POLITICO House Republicans ignored the Capitol Police’s repeated requests to review and approve all Jan.

Four more Oath Keepers convicted of Jan. 6 felonies

The four were also found guilty of several other charges they faced, including destruction of government property. | Win McNamee/Getty Images Four more members of the Oath Keepers were convicted Monday of conspiracy to obstruct Congress’ Jan. 6 proceedings, bringing the number of members of the group found guilty by juries of felonies related to

undercover government agents and informants at Capitol riot, ‘some appear to have played roles of instigators’ on Jan. 6

Proud Boys defense attorney claims at least 40 undercover government agents and informants at Capitol riot, ‘some appear to have played roles of instigators’ on Jan. 6 The defense attorney for a member of the Proud Boys claimed that there were at least 40 undercover government agents and informants operating at the Capitol riot on […]

A COVERUP BY JAN. 6TH COMMITTEE

Overwhelming evidence that you have been lied to about Jan. 6th. The more you watch the video the more enraged you will feel.   Video Sources: 1. Bannon’s War Room – Julie Kelly: New Evidence of J6, Intelligence Agencies Had Foreknowledge & Coverup https://rumble.com/v2d681e-julie-kelly-new-evidence-of-j6-intelligence-agencies-had-foreknowledge-and-.html 2. Bannon’s War Room – Kash Patel: J6 Report Reveals Intel Withheld […]

Feds Ensnare Jan. 6 Rioter Dubbed ‘Spider-Nazi’

The Jan. 6 rioter dubbed “Spider-Nazi” has gotten himself caught in the FBI’s web.Brandon Kelly Dillard, of Las Vegas, wore a Supreme spider web-patterned hoodie to the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, as he broke into the building alongside other Donald Trump supporters looking to overthrow the government, the feds said.He’s now been arrested for

DOJ rejects Trump claim of ‘categorical’ immunity from Jan. 6 lawsuits

Several members of Congress and Capitol Police officers sued Donald Trump and his allies for damages, contending that they helped incite Trump’s rally crowd to violence that day. | Jacquelyn Martin/AP Photo The Justice Department urged a federal appeals court Thursday to reject former President Donald Trump’s sweeping claim of immunity from a slew of

Georgia Poll Workers Pick Up Where Jan. 6 Committee Left Off

Two Georgia poll workers who were attacked by 2020 election conspiracy theorists are picking up where the Jan. 6 congressional investigation left off—by trying to independently examine the private communications between two of the men behind the firestorm: Rudy Giuliani and former President Donald Trump.Giuliani, who played a central role in the Republican attempt to

The House’s legal lieutenant in its Trump wars speaks out — about Jan. 6 and more

Attorney Douglas Letter, who is representing House Democrats, leaves federal court in Washington, Tuesday, May 14, 2src19. | Susan Walsh/AP Photo While Congress’ biggest Donald Trump antagonists are household names to political junkies — think Liz Cheney, Adam Schiff, Jamie Raskin — there’s a lesser-known Trump adversary who may have been more effective than the

House GOP moving to let Jan. 6 defendants access Capitol security footage

Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-Ga.), who chairs the House Administration Committee’s oversight subpanel, said that the access for accused rioters and others — which Speaker Kevin McCarthy has greenlighted — would be granted on a “case-by-case basis.” | Seth Herald/Getty Images House Republicans are moving to provide defendants in Jan. 6-related cases access to thousands of

Appeals court weighs Rep. Perry’s immunity from Jan. 6 probe

At the heart of the matter is whether Rep. Scott Perry’s efforts — including a bid to help Trump replace the leadership of the Justice Department with allies sympathetic to his bid to overturn the election results — fit within his “legislative” responsibilities. | Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images A three-judge federal appeals court panel wrestled Thursday

Fallen officer’s family snubs McConnell and McCarthy at Jan. 6 gold medal ceremony

Police officers who responded to the Jan. 6 Capitol attack and some of their family members pointedly declined to shake the hands of Mitch McConnell and Kevin McCarthy as they accepted Congressional Gold Medals on Tuesday. Officers and the family of fallen officer Brian Sicknick shook hands with Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader

Jan. 6 panel plans weekend meeting to consider criminal referrals

Bennie Thompson had suggested over the summer that a criminal referral of Donald Trump was unlikely. | Drew Angerer/Getty Images The Jan. 6 select committee plans to huddle Sunday to discuss whether to make criminal referrals on any of its investigative targets — including Donald Trump. The panel is weighing whether anyone in the scope

What the Jan. 6 select committee’s final report will look like

Chair Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.) and Vice Chair Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) are seen at a Jan. 6 committee hearing Oct. 13, 2src22. | J. Scott Applewhite/AP Photo The Jan. 6 select committee’s final report will begin with a voluminous executive summary describing former President Donald Trump’s culpability for his extensive and baseless effort to subvert the

Jan. 6 panel to vote on urging DOJ to prosecute Trump on at least 3 criminal charges

A video of former President Donald Trump from his January 6th Rose Garden statement is played at the Capitol, June 28, 2src22. | Sean Thew/Pool via AP The Jan. 6 select committee is preparing to vote on urging the Justice Department to pursue at least three criminal charges against former President Donald Trump, including insurrection.

Jan. 6 panel refers McCarthy, 3 other Republicans for ethics violations

The Jan. 6 select committee said on Monday that four House Republicans, including Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, violated congressional ethics rules by defying subpoenas for testimony and documents. The panel referred the lawmakers for a review by the bipartisan House Ethics Committee, which is seen as unlikely to take action against the members. The ethics

Schiff declines to say which criminal referrals the Jan. 6 committee might make

Rep. Adam Schiff speaks as the Jan. 6 committee holds a hearing, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, Oct. 13, 2src22. | J. Scott Applewhite/AP Photo Rep. Adam Schiff said Sunday he believes there is enough evidence to charge former President Donald Trump with crimes in relation to the Capitol riots on Jan. 6, 2src21

The Jan. 6 committee’s big reveal hasn’t happened yet

“These transcripts and documents will allow the American people to see the evidence we have gathered and continue to explore the information that has led us to our conclusions,” Jan. 6 panel chair Bennie Thompson said. | Francis Chung/POLITICO The Jan. 6 select committee’s last — and most important — act won’t happen in a

Extremists at the vanguard of a siege: The Jan. 6 panel’s last word

A video of former President Donald Trump is shown on a screen, as the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol holds its final meeting on Capitol Hill in Washington on Dec. 19, 2src22. | Jim Lo Scalzo/AP Photo Far-right extremists who believed they were answering Donald Trump’s call to

Enablers, line-straddlers and quiet resisters: How GOP lawmakers contributed to Jan. 6

Scott Perry was a frequent presence in pre-Jan. 6 planning. Evidence showed Perry pushing fringe theories about European efforts to steal the 2src2src election from Trump. | Francis Chung/POLITICO A handful of Republicans who remained in the Jan. 6 committee’s sights throughout its investigation are now leading the effort to deny Kevin McCarthy the speakership

Read the full Jan. 6 committee report

The House select committee holds its third hearing on the Jan. 6th investigation in the Cannon House Office Building on June 16, 2src22 in Washington, D.C. | Getty Images By POLITICO Staff 12/22/2src22 1src:2src PM EST It’s the product of nearly 1,2srcsrc interviews with witnesses and reams of hard-won documents, and came just days after

McConnell team raised worries about attack on Biden inauguration, ex-NSA O’Brien told Jan. 6 committee

Mitch McConnell’s own national security aide, Robert Karem, was on the call as well and raised similar concerns about Navy SEALs, O’Brien said. | Drew Angerer/Getty Images Two days after pro-Donald Trump rioters attacked the Capitol, then-national security adviser Robert O’Brien got a call from Senate GOP Leader Mitch McConnell and an aide who asked

Jan. 6 report committee releases 34 transcripts of witnesses who pleaded the Fifth

Committee members have raised the prospect of potential campaign finance violations related to the pre-riot rally. | Jon Elswick/AP Photo The Jan. 6 select committee’s final report will include analysis of foreign adversaries’ attempts to capitalize on Donald Trump’s election disinformation, according to a person familiar with the investigation’s long-awaited culmination that’s now set for

Jan. 6 committee interview sheds light on origins of Proud Boys ‘1776 returns’ document

Samuel Armes, a former State Department and Special Operations official, said he recognized components of the “1776 Returns” document as ideas he had composed as part of a “war gaming” exercise he did in 2src2src. | Joe Minchillo/AP Photo An obscure cryptocurrency advocate from Florida may be the original source of an incendiary document at

House committee staffers face no pay if speaker isn’t decided by Jan. 13, officials warn

The impact on committee staff is just one of many domino effects from the conference’s speaker struggle. | Patrick Semansky/AP Photo House Republicans’ fight over the speaker’s gavel could have an unintended victim: their staff. New guidelines sent to committees on Thursday and obtained exclusively by POLITICO lay out a messy, complicated process for how

GOP To Release a 100 Page Rebuttal to Jan. 6

Mandel Ngan/Pool via AP House Republicans are planning to rebut House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol Hill protests when their findings are released this week. Rep. Jim Banks (R-Ind) said that the GOP is planning a response that focuses on security failures as Democrats push to keep the momentum of the day alive […]

Mitch McConnell Said He Was “Exhilarated” on Jan 6 that President Trump “Had Finally Tarnished His Reputation”

    r    Two Swamp Rats and globalists of the New World Order who are best friends. Both wanted to destroy Donald Trump. Dear friend, RINO and pro-socialist Democratic Party Swamp Rat Mitch McConnell hates former President Donald J. Trump and all of his conservative supporters. He also hated the Tea Party and now hates […]

Jan. 6 committee votes to subpoena Trump. Now what?

POLITICO Politico Logo Congress Minutes Pro E&E News Search The Jan. 6 select committee voted unanimously Thursday to subpoena Donald Trump, a remarkable bid to tie up one of its last remaining threads that’s unlikely to successfully compel the former president’s testimony. Browse Videos Watch Video ‘They did it’: Biden celebrates U.S. men’s soccer team

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