A Congressional committee has been hearing testimony on the events of January 6th on Capitol Hill. This week, election officials and workers described what they say was a pressure campaign by former President Donald Trump to change the outcome of the 2020 election. And the U.S. Senate could vote later this week on measures to keep firearms out of the hands of dangerous, unstable people. The proposed laws call for enhanced background checks and provide funds for expanded mental health resources in communities and schools.
Joining the discussion:
- Michael Maloof is a former Senior Pentagon Strategist Analyst.
- Joseph Williams is a former Senior Editor with U.S. News and World Report.
- Spencer Critchley is a Democratic Strategist and author of “Patriots of Two Nations.”
- Daniel McAdams is the Executive Director of the Ron Paul Institute & co-host of the Ron Paul Liberty Report.
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The House select committee investigating the January 6 Capitol Hill insurrection is preparing to delay its next round of hearings into July, the committee's chairman, Democratic Rep. Bennie Thompson of Mississippi, said https://t.co/4ivqNdZdiM
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