Trump responded to the continued ban on his use of the platform last week by calling it an “insult” to his supporters.
Failure to assess threats “contributed significantly to the breach of the Capitol,” Sen. Gary Peters said.
“Haven’t you empowered Republicans to be obstructionists?” Fox anchor Chris Wallace asked Joe Manchin on Sunday.
Mo Brooks had tried very hard to dodge the summons in the lawsuit naming him co-conspirator in the events of January 6.
The senator was surprised about the January 6 commission filibuster, but he still wants bipartisanship on voting rights.
Recent polling shows that nearly two-thirds of Americans want the commission formed.
“We don’t compromise with white supremacy. End the filibuster,” said Rep. Cori Bush.
The GOP’s push against the January 6 commission bill is horrifying, but it’s not surprising.
Republicans won equal representation on the commission last week, though the GOP’s view of the attack is largely biased.
To avoid a filibuster, the agreement to create the commission will need the support of at least 10 GOP senators.