Rep. Adam Schiff said that he believes there is evidence to make a criminal referral over the attack.
The bill had the support of nearly all Democrats and just nine Republicans in the House.
The bill would definitively state that the vice president’s role in certifying electors’ votes is purely “ministerial.”
Yet Liz Cheney, who mostly supported Trump priorities, thinks the Republican Party will somehow reject Trumpism.
The RNC’s devotion to Trump appears to strengthen whenever more evidence of his wrongdoings is released.
Cheney hinted at a possible run for president, likely against Trump in the GOP primaries, in 2024.
Thomas previously said that she would speak to the committee, but has since backtracked on that pledge.
Early reports suggest tonight’s committee hearing on the Jan. 6 Capitol attack will be quite the stemwinder.
Trump loyalists from a number of states he lost sent illegitimate votes from fake electors to be counted on January 6.
We can’t assume the hearings will result in a reckoning for the U.S. — but I’m going to miss them when they’re over.