Rachel Maddow asked Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) about Republicans in Congress trying to get preemptive pardons as evidence of crimes.
1/6 Committee Chair Bennie Thompson said that witnesses will testify that people in Trump's orbit had contact with Oath Keepers and Proud Boys.
Instead of showing the never before seen footage of the 1/6 attack, Fox News pulled back while Tucker Carlson voiced over conspiracy theories.
The 1/6 Select Committee showed never before seen footage of the domestic terrorists right outside of the House doors during the first January 6th Committee hearing on Thursday evening.
The first hearing of the January 6 select committee lived up to the ample hype surrounding it.
The House committee on the January 6, 2021, Capitol riot hopes for a public reckoning on the events that culminated in the attack.
The House Select Committee held their first prime time hearing on the investigation into the Capitol riot. They presented some of the testimony that would be presented and heard from an officer who was injured in the attack.
Lawrence O'Donnell and a panel of MSNBC colleagues discuss the evidence presented in the first January 6th hearing that shows Donald Trump deliberately not doing anything to stop the violence at the Capitol.
Nicolle Wallace and her MSNBC colleagues review some of the new evidence revealed in the first hour of the first hearing by the January 6th Committee and discuss how the evidence suggests that the attack on the Capitol was not a protest that got out of hand but was Donald Trump's plan all along.
Rep. Adam Schiff, member of the January 6th Committee, talks with Joy Reid, Lawrence O'Donnell, and Nicolle Wallace about the evidence in the first January 6th hearing calling White House staff and members of Congress to account, and whether the Department of Justice should be paying attention to what the committee learned in its investigation.
As the Jan. 6 committee outlined during its prime-time hearing, Donald J. Trump executed a seven-part conspiracy to overturn a free and fair democratic election.
The House committee built the story it laid out around Donald Trump, the Proud Boys and a Capitol Police officer, drawing clear contrasts along the way.
The committee’s leaders laid out what they described as an intentional scheme with Donald J. Trump at the center. Videotaped testimony showed that key figures surrounding the president didn’t believe the lie of a stolen election.
The network's declaration that it wouldn't cover the House select committee hearing didn't mention that its programming would instead focus on tearing the committee's work down.
The clips of them being informed that Trump’s claims were bogus are worth parsing — as are others featured by the Jan. 6 committee.
The committee said they held former president Donald Trump directly culpable for the violence of Jan. 6.
The House select committee investigating the January 6, 2021 US Capitol attack held its first prime-time hearing Thursday evening, detailing the findings of the panel's investigation and playing new video from closed-door depositions of members of former President Donald Trump's team and depicting the violence at the Capitol.
Seventeen months fell away in an instant.
The new details surfaced during the Jan. 6 select committee's first public hearing, as it launched the unveiling of its findings of a yearlong investigation into the insurrection.
Read Rep. Liz Cheney's full opening remarks.
In the select committee’s first hearing, lawmakers tried to connect the former president's actions with escalations of violence during the Capitol attack.
Attorneys for the Proud Boys members charged with seditious conspiracy this week on Thursday accused the Department of Justice of “mixing politics and criminal justice.” “Mixing politics and crimin…
Former President Trump late on Thursday took to his Truth Social platform to condemn the House Jan. 6 committee’s prime-time public hearing. “So the Unselect Committee of political HACK…
Tucker Carlson lambasted the House January 6th Committee for holding a primetime hearing while gas prices are through the roof and the country is facing nuclear war on the Thursday broadcast of his FOX News program. Carlson explained why he will not be covering it in a monologue. CARLSON: It tells you a lot about the priorities of the ruling class that the rest of us are getting yet another lecture about January 6th tonight from our moral inferiors, no less. An outbreak of mob violence, a forgettably minor outbreak by recent standards that took place more than a half ago but they've never stopped talking about it. In the meantime, in the 18 months since January 6th, gas prices have doubled, drug ODs have reached their highest point ever, the U.S. economy is careening toward the devastating recession at best, and scariest and least noted of all, this country has never in its history been closer to a nuclear war. If the other networks cannot be bothered to cover any of that tonight, instead they've interrupted their regularly scheduled programming to bring you yet another extended prime time harangue from Nancy Pelosi and Liz Cheney about Donald Trump and QAnon. The whole thing is insulting. In fact, it's deranged and we 're not playing along. This is the only hour on an American news channel that will not be carrying their propaganda live. They are lying and we are not going to help them do it. What we will do instead is try to tell you the truth. We've attempted to do that since the day this happened. We hated seeing vandalism at the U.S. Capitol a year and a half ago and we said so at the time, but we did not think it was an insurrection because it was not an insurrection. It was not even close to an insurrection. Not a single person in the crowd that day was found to be carrying a firearm. Some insurrection. In fact, the only person who wound up shot to death was a protester. She was a 36-year-old military veteran called Ashli Babbitt. Babbitt was just over 5 feet tall, she was unarmed. She posed no conceivable threat to anyone. But Capitol Hill Police shot her in the neck and never explained why that was justified. Those of the facts of January 6th.
A partisan committee appointed by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) is holding a show trial at 8:00 p.m. EST on Thursday.
Jason Miller said that Rep. Liz Cheney deceptively edited his testimony that was played during the January 6 Committee’s primetime hearing.
Steve Schmidt responded to the revelation that Republicans in Congress requested preemptive pardons for participating in Trump's coup by suggesting that they all be expelled.
The bipartisan panel has been raising expectations of new information that puts Donald Trump "at the center" of the scheme to overturn his election loss.
The committee promises to clearly link former President Donald Trump with the insurrection that nearly managed to keep him in office.
The House panel investigating the attack led its public sessions with video testimony from people close to the former president about his actions before and during the riot.
Meanwhile, President Biden remains in Los Angeles, where he is hosting a Summit of the Americas. Biden also plans an event Friday focused on inflation, an issue that has dogged his presidency.
Former President Donald Trump had a "sophisticated seven-point plan" to overturn the 2020 presidential election over the course of several months, January 6 committee Vice Chair Liz Cheney said, detailing how the panel plans to use its future hearings to tackle each part of the scheme.
At the select committee's first hearing, members mostly took a back seat while airing the testimony from members of Donald Trump's inner circle.
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Democrats have decided to bet their entire political future on a few hours of a primetime televised hearing of the January 6 Select Committee.
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