“The investigation revealed compelling evidence of your involvement in the incidents within the investigation of the Select Committee,” he said in court.
According to documents provided by the Select Committee, newspapers, and your statements by your Women for America First (“WFAF”), you participated in the conference and supported the conference held at Ellipse in Washington, DC on January 6, 2021, in support of former president Trump and allegations of electoral fraud. “
The committee is seeking to learn more about the union’s involvement with the White House, writing at meetings: “According to newspaper reports, you, and others working with the WFAF to organize a January 6 meeting, in talks with President Trump, White House” is scheduled to coincide with the confirmation of the results of the 2020 Electoral College. “
All individuals to whom the committee sent subpoenas were requested to comply with the documentary requests in October, followed by a closed-door deposition later in the month.
House Speaker Bennie Thompson said in a statement announcing the new subpoenas that the group “is investigating the facts, circumstances, and motives of the January 6 attacks on matters relating to the peaceful transfer of power, in order to identify and evaluate lessons learned. policies, procedures, or rules. “
“The interview includes an analysis of how various individuals and organizations have organized their events up to the events of January 6, 2021,” said the Mississippi Democrat.
Representative Jamie Raskin told CNN after the release of the subpoenas that “it is important to take a closer look at the relationship between the rally organizers and the White House and the violent rebels who started the riots that day.” Understanding the merger stage, he said, would be an important part of consulting a select committee.
“Well, Mr. Donald Trump would invite us to believe that it was an explosion with hugs and kisses at the offices. That is a real separation from the truth. There was a great deal of coordination and planning and we will go and rebuild,” he said.
The summons issued on Wednesday builds on the hundreds of documents that the committee has already requested from government agencies and the National Archives, which serves as the custodian of the Trump administration White documents, related to the recruitment, preparation and consolidation of meetings leading up to and on January 6. position in the planning and organization of meetings in leading to their arrival.
“I think many of those who have been prosecuted by the authorities, most likely, can work with us in creating the truth and the situation as to why they came to Washington. I think they will have valuable information that the committee can help,” Thompson said Monday.
Democratic Representative Elaine Luria of Virginia, who serves on the select committee, made the remarks following a committee meeting to begin this week to look into other issues before the committee continues its review.
“We need to hear from a lot of people so that we can really investigate,” Luria said. “So you can expect there to be a steady stream of other subpoenas and requests for information.”
The conference said it hopes the group will investigate questions about the weapon that is a “social tool and disinformation dissemination” by the various groups involved in the attack. Members of the public, he said, could provide information to the committee through its tape, which he said helped with the search for new information.
Assembling the ashes came out as a commendation to the committee as it continues its investigation and investigators are working hard to examine the piles of data to help put together a clear picture of how the attack took place, experts know the process told CNN.
These efforts are in line with the committee’s search for evidence and other relevant documents, which likely point to a major congressional inquiry of its kind in history, the sources said.
Former Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, former deputy chief of staff Dan Scavino, former adviser Steve Bannon and Kash Patel, former chief of staff to then defense secretary Christopher Miller who served as an aide to the Republican Rep. .Devin Nunes, all up to October 7 to fulfill committee requests. Former Trump employees have been asked to appear before their building committee in October.
Speaking to CNN, Patel would not comment if he answered the committee but said, “I will continue to tell the truth about my tenure.”
As of this week, none of the stakeholders had responded directly to the committee, according to Thompson, who said the court “has no idea that they will unite.”
Last week, Thompson told CNN that criminal harassment is “on the table” if the nominees are not united, and there is no “hesitation” among members of the panel to consider it if necessary.
“Our problem is we can’t wait for people to comment. We need to get information. So, this is a matter of setting a deadline for the committee to do its job,” the chairman said.
Not everyone wanted by the committee has been reluctant.
Thompson told CNN that some of the people the committee wants to hear from are giving information voluntarily.
“Some people have caught us, wanting to come and talk voluntarily, who were working for the administration. So, there is no need to issue summonses. We just have to get the information they put into our work body and get out of there,” he said.
Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney, vice-chair of the select committee and one of the two Republican working members, told CNN that the committee had already met with some of those individuals.
“In some cases we are,” Cheney said of meetings with people who want to volunteer information about the attack or the dates leading up to it.
Rep. Pete Aguilar, a California Democrat, said committee members “feel good about the leadership we’re on.”
“And, you know, we’ve said all along that we’re going to keep moving forward and I think we are, on the research side,” he said.
This issue has been updated with more details Wednesday.