January 6 committee subpoenas rally organizers, Trump supporters

The House Select Committee investigating the January 6 riots at the Capitol unleashed a series of missions on Trump’s supporters and organizers said he had previously preceded the attack.

American Women First, a conservation group, helped organize Jan’s rally. 6 and meetings in 2020 on November 14 and Dec. The group also organized a rally on January 5 and two “March of Trump” round the country bus to promote Washington meetings, the committee said.

The pan is looking for proof of oaths and documents from:

  • Amy Kremer, founder and chair of American Women First, which helped organize meetings in and before Jan. 6

  • Caroline Wren, a Republican activist who helped organize the rally with American Women First

  • Cynthia Lee Chafian, founder of the Eighty Percent Coalition, a conservation group, which helped organize the rally with American Women First

  • Hannah Salem Stone, who helped organize the rally with American Women First

  • Justin Caporale, who helped organize the rally with American Women First

  • Katrina Pierson, a former Trump aide campaigner who is said to have served as a link between the White House and the Jan 6 organizers

  • Kylie Jane Kremer, executive director of Women for America First

  • Lyndon Brentnall, who helped organize the rally with American Women First

  • Maggie Mulvaney, the granddaughter of former Trump aide Mick Mulvaney who said the committee worked with the organizers to plan and negotiated with the White House

  • Megan Powers, who helped organize the rally with American Women First

  • Tim Unes, who helped organize the rally with American Women First

The court requires them to submit their applications to committees on different dates from the end of October to the beginning of November, according to letters issued by the court. It is also requesting documents to be sent in mid-October relating to negotiations involving the White House on January 6 and the days before Trump officials looted the Capitol

Representative Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., Chairman of the committee, stated in a statement that the summons is an attempt to draw information from organizers especially to understand “how different individuals and organizations organized their events up to the events of January 6, 2021.”

The committee is requesting records on planning, financing, and participation in past meetings and bus trips. Again, they are looking at social media events for the group and the Trump administration talks and congressional hearings.

Last week, the panels issued summonses to some of Trump’s closest advisers, outlining the aggressive approach. The court sent the case and set a sworn date to former White House organizers Steve Bannon, former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, former social services director Dan Scavino and Kashyap Patel, former chief of staff to Trump’s defense secretary.

The requested documents include a large batch record relating to Trump’s administration’s plan to defraud the election and expel Electoral College readings on January 6.

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