Tuesday’s hearing by the House panel investigating the January 6, 2021 attack on the Capitol will focus on Trump’s personal involvement in efforts to pressure state election officials to overturn the will of voters and persuade legislators to submit bogus voter lists supporting him. in Congress.
Arizona House Speaker Rusty Bowers, Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger and Georgia Secretary of State, Chief Operating Officer Gabriel Sterling, all Republicans, are due to testify about Trump’s actions and those around him before the committee in its fourth hearing this month. .
Bowers will testify about calls he received from Trump and conservative California attorney John Eastman, and a meeting with Trump attorney Rudolph W. Giuliani in which the former New York mayor asked him to nullify the state election results after Joe Biden’s victory and instead submit a list of voters for Trump.
Raffensperger was at the reception of of trump January 2 request to help undo President Biden’s victory, in which Trump told him to “find 11,780 votes, which is one more than we have because we won the state.”
Sterling made headlines on December 1, 2020, when he pleaded at a press conference for Trump and his allies to stop spreading lies about the election results.
“Stop inspiring people to commit potential acts of violence,” Sterling said. “Someone is going to get hurt. Someone is going to get shot. Someone is going to get killed.
The Justice Department is also looking into the fake voter scheme, as are Georgia prosecutors.
House select committee expected to highlight White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows’ ‘intimate role’ in pressure campaign, according to Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Burbank), who will help lead the hearing. Meadows delivered a trove of emails and text messages to the committee before abruptly refusing to further comply with their subpoenas. The House voted to hold him in contempt of Congress, but the Justice Department declined to prosecute him.
The second part of the hearing will focus on vitriol and attacks directed against election workers. Former Georgia election worker Wandrea ArShaye “Shaye” Moss has been the target of a right-wing smear campaign and accused of handling fake ballots. The Georgia Secretary of State’s office investigated and found no wrongdoing on his part.
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