An aide to a member of the Commission on January 6 was warned to prepare for a “bomb” prior to the hearing. Axios..
Committee Summoned Top Republican Includes house minority leader Kevin McCarthy last week.
The aired inquiry will begin on June 9th.
The chief staff and other aides of the House Select Commission members investigating January 6 were warned to prepare for a “bomb” prior to next month’s hearing.
The warning came on Friday by weekly phone call with the committee staff, Axios I quoted two sources that were reported and answered the phone. A security meeting with the US Capitol Police is scheduled for May 20 to prepare lawmakers and their staff for a hearing scheduled to begin on June 9.
last week, January 6 Committee issues subpoena For house minority leader Kevin McCarthy, and members of Jim Jordan, Scott Perry, Mobrooks, and Andy Bigx.
All subpoenas require lawmakers to appear in the testimony by the end of the month, although it is unclear how the Commission will work to enforce the request if the Republicans refuse to cooperate. There is.
Rep. Jamie Raskin, a member of the Commission on January 6, said he believes Republican colleagues will join the “majority” and cooperate in the investigation.
“We have good reason to believe that Congressmen will comply with their legal and moral obligations to participate,” Ruskin said Thursday.
According to Axios, a source on the phone with the staff on January 6 did not say whether the Commission would issue further subpoenas.
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