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Steve Bannon, Dan Scavino, Kash Patel, and Mark Meadows were served with subpoenas by the House Committee investigating the protests on Jan. 6.
The FBI has already stated that there was no plot or insurgency. Democrats, on the other hand, require a headline. The Maricopa County Forensic Audit results will be released by the Arizona Senate on Friday.
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These folks had NOTHING to do with the riots at the US Capitol on January 6th, according to the FBI, DOJ, and House leaders. This is all a ruse to hide their dwindling polling numbers and their fear of what will be revealed on Friday.
Republicans who despise Trump Pelosi’s Jan. 6 Committee includes Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger.
According to Politico,
The select panel investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection is issuing subpoenas to four current and former top aides to President Donald Trump, including his most recent chief of staff Mark Meadows.
The committee issued its first subpoenas on Thursday to Meadows; former Pentagon official and longtime House Intelligence Committee aide Kash Patel; former top White House adviser Steve Bannon; and longtime Trump social media chief Dan Scavino. It marks a turning point in the investigation as lawmakers begin homing in on Trump’s effort to overturn the 2020 election results.
The Jan. 6 committee’s chair, Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.), had foreshadowed Wednesday that the first subpoenas would go out imminently, as the panel kicks into high gear with the goal of finishing its work by next spring. The four Trump associates will be commanded to produce relevant documents by Oct. 7 and appear for depositions the following week.
Four current and former top aides to President Donald Trump, including his most recent chief of staff Mark Meadows, have been issued subpoenas by the select panel probing the Jan. 6 insurgency.
Meadows, former Pentagon staffer and veteran House Intelligence Committee aide Kash Patel, former top White House adviser Steve Bannon, and longtime Trump social media head Dan Scavino were served with the first subpoenas on Thursday. It’s a watershed moment in the probe, as lawmakers zero in on Trump’s attempt to rig the 2020 election results.
Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-Miss. ), the committee’s chair, had hinted on Wednesday that the first subpoenas would be issued.