A new video played by the 1/6 Committee revealed that Trump's mob planned to kill Mike Pence.
Prosecutors from the Department of Justice wrote an official letter to the Select Committee stating that the Committee's failure to share transcripts from interviews is hampering Department of Justice "prosecutions" already underway.
John Eastman knew that both plans to steal the election for loser Donald Trump were illegal, but felt comfortable that the Supreme Court would allow them to get away with it by choosing not to get involved by citing the political question doctrine.
We have seen a lot of unprecedented stuff in the “Trump Era” of American politics. The first violent transfer of power is the most critical, obviously. But we can now add another bizarre “first.” According to Axios, the House Select Committee (Article I branch) will call Ginni Thomas to testify about her communications with John …
Pence had plenty of time before Jan. 6 to come out against Trump's election fraud lies.
While John Eastman claimed to have insights about what was going on at the Supreme Court, he was also in communication with Ginni Thomas. Hmm.
John Eastman, the architect of Trump's 2020 election scheme, wrote to Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani requesting placement on Trump's "pardon list," according to emails made public by the Jan. 6 committee. Chuck Rosenberg explains what legal exposure Eastman may be under.
An angry mob chanting “hang Mike Pence” came within 40 feet of the vice president. He spent nearly five hours in an underground loading dock. The president called him a “wimp” and worse.
Each day seems to bring a new controversy for the court, and Thursday’s was the additional revelations about Thomas, the wife of its longest serving member, Justice Clarence Thomas.
Allegedly called a “wimp” by Trump, the former vice president spent much of his time during the riot sheltering in an underground parking garage in the Capitol.
The committee drilled down on whether the plotters knew their efforts were illegal — and Pence and a top ally put a fine point on how dangerous it all was.
The House select committee investigating the January 6, 2021, US Capitol attack has gone to great lengths to present the findings of its sprawling investigation in a succinct, digestible way. Here's everything we've learned from the panel's public hearings so far this month.
The third public hearing of the January 6 committee this month is in the books. It was heavily focused on the pressure campaign that Donald Trump brought to bear on Mike Pence to overturn the Electoral College results in advance of January 6, 2021.
House January 6 committee Chair Bennie Thompson on Thursday said the panel investigating the US Capitol attack has sent a letter to Virginia "Ginni" Thomas asking her to speak with them about her role in the effort to overturn the 2020 electoral results.
Both Bennie Thompson and Liz Cheney, the select committee's chair and vice chair, agreed Thursday that it was time to bring the Supreme Court justice's wife in for questioning.
John Eastman asked Rudy Giuliani if he could be on Trump's "pardon list," according to an email the Jan. 6 panel revealed Thursday.
The Justice Department is calling out select committee investigators over their refusal to share full witness transcripts.
The House select committee investigating last year’s attack on the U.S. Capitol staged its third public hearing on Thursday, advancing its case that former President Trump had tapped the powe…
Always remember the 10 to 1 rule. For every threat made by some “rightwing” idiot, the left has made 10 to 100 times more on conservatives. On Wednesday Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA) released audio of several death threats he received following the January 6 protests and riot. Laudermilk was targeted by Liz Cheney’s sham Jan.…
The third 1/6 Committee hearing focused on Trump's pressure campaign against Mike Pence, and how close Pence came to being assassinated.
The then-president reportedly berated Pence in a heated phone call on January 6.
The conservative judge reportedly advised Vice President Mike Pence not to go along with Trump's election schemes.
In its third public hearing to lay out its findings, the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack showed evidence that the president knew his order to the vice president was unlawful.
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The House select committee investigating the Capitol insurrection on Thursday detailed how former President Donald Trump tried to pressure his vice president to join in his scheme to overturn the presidential election -- and how Mike Pence's refusal put his life in danger as rioters called for his hanging on January 6, 2021.
For all the quibbling over whether they should ask DOJ to investigate Donald Trump, panel members effectively did so on Thursday.