J6 committee

Trump’s choices prove he knew the truth about the Big Lie

By John Stoehr / June 14, 2022 /

I hope the DOJ agrees.

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On the J6 committee’s first round of roundhouse punches

By John Stoehr / June 10, 2022 /

Critics can sit down. Members seem ready to go all the way.  

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Democracy is controversial

By Mia Brett / June 9, 2022 /

Even if the J6 hearings change nothing, remember that.

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Will white liberals choose to liberate themselves from their current illusion of freedom?

By John Stoehr / June 7, 2022 /

For everyone’s sake, I hope so.

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Trump’s inner circle gets tighter

By Lindsay Beyerstein / June 6, 2022 /

Peter Navarro has a fool for an attorney.

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Hang Mike Pence? Not a bad idea, Trump reportedly said

By Lindsay Beyerstein / May 31, 2022 /

The former president does not joke.

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J6 and the three rings of sedition

By John Stoehr / April 26, 2022 /

Jamie Raskin: “I want people to pay attention to what’s going on here, because it’s as close to fascism as I ever want my country to come to.”

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The J6 committee’s theory about Trump’s crimes passes first test

By Lindsay Beyerstein / March 28, 2022 /

It’s hard to see anyone reading the judge’s scathing analysis and doubt whether a criminal investigation is necessary.

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The J6 committee says Trump did some criming. A new video suggests Roger Stone knew it

By Lindsay Beyerstein / March 4, 2022 /

If ordinary goons are guilty of disrupting an official proceeding, then the ringleaders who incited them are guilty as well. 

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