Representative Madeleine Dean (D-PA) said Sense. Ted Cruz and Rand Paul will have to testify before the 1/6 committee about their role in the Trump coup.
House Democrats Cruz and Paul were called to testify before the 1/6 committee.
Representative Dean’s video:
Representative Madeleine Dean (D-PA) called for Sense. Rand Paul and Ted Cruz will have to testify before the 1/6 committee about their role in Trump’s plot to cancel the election. pic.twitter.com/zfUZC9Qldq
– Sarah Reese Jones (Politics Sarah) September 21, 2021
Rip Dean told MSNBC Deadline: When asked by the White House whether Cruz and Paul should be called to testify before the 1/6 committee,Oh, I certainly do. Anyone I have thought of for a long time Or had any interest What to do January 6th, whatever happened Communicate with President, with the President Legal parties must be To give us permission before the committee Know their role. Let us know what they know. This reporting will be long Ways to issue a summons, however The committee has the power to summon And more collections. I want to say more That’s why we have to move Go ahead with a bill Launched today for our protection Democracy. ”
The Eastman Memo provides 1/6 committee with a sedation roadmap.
The Eastman Memo highlights the plot to overthrow the 2020 election. Ted Cruz and Rand Paul were calculated to reverse the selection using Phillips. Republican senators had a role in the conspiracy.
Cruz and Paul are not witnesses. They are collaborators and potential co-conspirators.
Every Republican on the 1/6 committee should be told to do something with the Capitol attack.
The fact that Republicans seem so desperate to hide is that the 1/6 attack looks like an internal act.
Mr. Easy is the managing editor. He is also a correspondent for the White House Press Pool and Congress for Politics USA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His undergraduate work focuses on public policy, with specialization in the social policy reform movement.
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