The overrunning of the nation’s Capitol was a scary step but those following an ex-President’s effort to derail a national election for the Presidency….
Lawmakers where scared ‘shitless’ for their lives…
A few people lost their lives connected to the violence…
Typical for America and the media….
Things just keep moving on….
Over 700 people have been arrested for their actions that day…
The House investigation has already turned over a LOT of illegality….
On top of things connected to the violence seems to be Donald Trump, who had sworn to follow and uphold the Constitution , but has no use for it it would seem….
In the end?
Will the fate of the House Committee be the same as the other’s….
That’s about all?
Their challenge: Making the public care deeply — and read hundreds of pages more — about an event that happened more than a year ago, and that many Americans feel they already understand.
They’ll attempt to do so this spring through public hearings, along with a potential interim report and a final report that will be published ahead of the November midterms — with the findings likely a key part of the Democrats midterm strategy. They hope their recommendations to prevent another insurrection will be adopted, but also that their work will repel voters from Republicans who they say helped propel the attack.
Democrats are widely expected to have a tough time in the upcoming midterm elections, with even some Democrats privately fearing a bloodbath.
Looming over lawmakers are a handful of high-profile government reports — some more recent than others — that provide a laundry list of lessons learned as the committee deliberates the best way to present its findings: the Senate Watergate Report, the 9/11 Commission Report, and special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election….