Biden says that even those who think he is “Satan’s reincarnation” must know what happened on January 6th.

Joe Biden.

Joe Biden. Associated Press Photo / Andrew Harnick

President Biden supports a bipartisan investigation into the January 6 attack on the Capitol and believes that anyone who sees the case unfold should do so.

“You can think of me as Satan’s reincarnation. In fact, I can’t say that nothing happened on the 6th when I watched the TV.” He told CNN’s Don Lemon Wednesday night at Cincinnati Town Hall.

On January 6, supporters of former President Donald Trump raided the Houses of Parliament in an attempt to prevent lawmakers from proving their victory in Biden’s elections. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) Formed a special committee of 13 members to investigate the attack, with eight members including Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.) On the panel. I placed it.

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (Republican) Five Republicans were elected to the committee. And on Wednesday, Pelosi rejected two of them: stubborn Trump allies Jim Jordan (Republican) and Jim Banks (Republican).McCarthy Said The Republican Party will not participate in the investigation process without all five members on the committee.

Biden also accuses conspiracy theorists of spreading “poison” about the coronavirus and the January 6 attack, and cannot hear people in the city hall saying “this is a peaceful march.” Said. They are working with people who believe in the false QAnon conspiracy, and the United States “has to overcome this, this is not who we are,” Biden said.

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