The committee plans to detail their findings of what they say was a months-long Republican conspiracy to overthrow Joe Biden’s legitimate election victory, led by President Donald Trump. The committee could even accuse Trump of committing a crime by intentionally trying to stop Congress’s certification of Biden’s win on Jan. 6, 2021. But Congress’s power is limited; ultimately, the Justice Department would have to decide whether to prosecute.
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The Jan 6th House Committee is hoping to reach a large audience with hearings televised in prime time this week, on Thursday night, June 9, 202, and CNN is implementing a plan to limit the number of times the network uses “Breaking News” alerts each day, in the video published on June 6, 2022, “Jan 6 Insurrection Goes Prime Time| CNN Pledges To Tone Down The Hype“, below:
According to The Washington Post (in bold italics): The first hearing will start Thursday, June 9, at 8 p.m. Eastern. The second will be held Monday, June 13th, at 10 a.m. Eastern. The committee hasn’t announced a formal schedule for the rest, but there could be as many as eight in total through June, with a final hearing in September — right before the November midterm elections.
The committee usually live-streams its hearings, and most major TV news stations will be airing at least Thursday’s hours-long hearings in full: ABC, NBC, CBS, MSNBC and CNN plan to. Fox News is the only major news network to decide not to, instead saying it will continue with its regular, primetime coverage and talk about the hearings “as warranted.” The Washington Post will have anchored coverage and analysis beginning Thursday night on www.washingtonpost.com.
CNN’s Jim Sciutto asks Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN) to weigh in on Fox’s decision not to air the January 6 hearings, which committee members have teased could be focused on former President Donald Trump’s role in undermining the 2020 presidential election results, in the video published on June 7, 2022, “Lawmaker calls out Fox’s decision not to air Jan. 6 hearings“, below:
Investigators have not gotten many close Trump allies or top Republican members of Congress to testify. So they plan to call in staffers to some of the top players, like aides to former vice president Mike Pence, or former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows. And they plan to play videos of their previous interviews with Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, report The Post’s Jacqueline Alemany, Josh Dawsey and Amy Gardner.
Former President Donald Trump has made it clear he is looking for cover from his closest allies around the upcoming public hearings by the House select committee investigating the January 6 insurrection — and some prominent names in Congress and the Republican Party are answering the call, in the video published on June 6, 2022, “Trump mobilizing his MAGA allies to defend him ahead of January 6 hearings“, below:
After the indictment of former Trump White House aide Peter Navarro, the Jan. 6 committee’s probe is intensifying as its first prime time hearing looms. After 1,000 interviews, the hearings aim to highlight the committee’s strongest evidence. MSNBC’s Ari Melber is joined by former federal prosecutor John Flannery to discuss the significance of the public hearings and Donald Trump’s potential criminal culpability. Flannery tells Melber, “this really will be a blockbuster.” in the video published on June 6, 2022, “Indict Trump For Insurrection? Veteran House Counsel Says It’s Time To Act“, below:
Joe Scarborough calls out Republicans who are trying to change the conversation around the upcoming January 6 prime-time hearings, in the video published on June 7, 2022, “Joe: If You Believe In Democracy, You Want To Know What Happened On Jan. 6“, below:
After conducting a year-long investigation and hundreds of interviews, the January 6 Committee will share its findings on primetime TV. “They want to convey to the American public not just who lit the match, but who did the kindling,” says NBC News national political reporter, Sahil Kapur. He joins Politico White House reporter Eugene Daniels to discuss potential witnesses and how President Biden will respond, in the video published on June 6, 2022, “Jan. 6 Hearings To Reveal Who Funded The Insurrection“, below:
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