The House Select Committee To Investigate The Jan. 6, 2021 Riots Is A Comprehensive Outline Of The Findings Of A Bipartisan Panel On How Former President Donald Trump And His Allies Tried To Overturn The 2020 Presidential Election. Published the final report.
The 845-page report is based on documents collected, including more than 1,000 interviews, emails, texts, phone records, and a year and a half of research, and is a legally dubious effort by Trump to submit fake electoral rolls. contains claims that it “supervised” The seven states he lost claim to have evidence that he actively worked to “send fake electoral college ballots to Congress and the National Archives.”
In a symbolic move Monday, the committee referred Trump to the Justice Department at its last public meeting on at least four counts of crimes, and in an executive summary, accused him of conspiring to injure or obstruct officers and to conspire to sedition. He said he had evidence of the allegations.
Mississippi Democrat and Commissioner Benny Thompson said Monday that “the work of this Commission will help provide a pathway to justice, and the institutions and institutions responsible for ensuring justice under the law.” We trust that they will use the information.We provided it to assist them in their work.”
Special Counsel Jack Smith is leading a Justice Department investigation related to Trump, including both his post-election actions and classified documents discovered in his resort town of Maralago earlier this year.
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