– The United States sought answers and plunged back into the offensive on the Capitol
One and a half years after the attack on the Capitol, a parliamentary commission presents its first results in prime time on American television on Thursday.
A man wandering the halls of the US Congress with buffalo horns, elected officials crawling on the ground with gas masks குறி History of the January 6, 2021 attack on the Capitol. But one and a half years later, an important question remains unanswered: What is Donald Trump’s right responsibility? After nearly a year of deliberations, a parliamentary committee will present its first results on Thursday.
At a hearing scheduled for 8pm local time (2am Friday morning Swiss time), the so-called “January 6 commission” promises to reveal how the chaos of the day was the result of a “concerted campaign” to prevent the 2020 presidential election and the transfer of power from Donald Trump to Joe Biden.
For nearly a year, a panel of elected officials — seven Democrats and two Republicans — listened to more than 1,000 witnesses, including two children of the former president, and examined 140,000 documents to shed light on Donald Trump’s facts and gestures. During and after this event that shook American democracy.
Text messages and tweets
A series of text messages, draft orders and tweets in support of the former president, lawyers and witnesses will present different scenarios planned by the former president and his entourage to change the course of the 2020 presidential election. January 6, 2021.
On this cold winter day, thousands of his supporters gathered in Washington to condemn the failed 2020 election results of the former real estate tycoon. A mob that sent shockwaves around the world besieged the headquarters of the US Congress.
On January 6, Capitol Police Officer Carolyn Edwards, a “first member of law enforcement injured by rioters”, and documentary writer Nick Questet followed a militant group called the “Brute Boys” during the attack. The first witnesses of this trial.
President Joe Biden said Thursday that many Americans will find out “for the first time” what really happened on January 6th. The commission’s revelations will continue to be broadcast live on several news channels, but will be ignored by the more conservative media – another example of the profound political wrongs that divided the United States in the aftermath of this attack.
One and a half years after the attack on the Capitol, millions of Donald Trump supporters firmly believe that the 2020 election was marred by fraud. And this, despite the rather great evidence.
The main interested party, Donald Trump, once again praised this day on Thursday, promising that the attack on Capitol Hill was “the biggest movement in history to make America big again.” Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online.
The panel of elected officials promised to expose “continued threats to American democracy.” But a majority of Republicans reject its work, with Kevin McCarthy, the House’s Conservative leader, denouncing the decree as “the most political and least legitimate in American history.”
“I do not see prime time asking about gas prices, how to combat inflation, feed our children and make our streets safer,” he said at a conference. His party did worse than expected from opinion polls, which saw them at gaining about a third of the seats in the by-elections in November.