Rep. Madeleine Dean (D-PA) said that Sens. Ted Cruz and Rand Paul must testify before the 1/6 committee about their role in Trump’s coup.
The House Democrat calls on Cruz and Paul to testify before the 1/6 committee.
Video from Rep. Dean:
MP Madeleine Dean (D-PA) is calling for Sens. Rand Paul and Ted Cruz to testify to the 1/6 Committee about their role in Trump’s overturning plan. pic.twitter.com/zfUZC9Qldq
– Sarah Reese Jones (@PoliticusSarah) September 21, 2021
Rep. Dean said of the MSNBC deadline, The White House, when asked if Cruz and Paul should be testified before the 1/6 Committee, “Oh, I definitely do. I’ve long thought that someone that was interested or anything to do with it happened on Jan 6th, any Communication with the President, with the President Legal teams should absolutely be before the committee to let us know their role. To let us know what they know. This reporting will take a long time Ability to offer a subpoena, but the Committee has the power to summon and collect more. I want to say more Reason why we have to move forward with an invoice that was Introduced today to protect ours Democracy.”
The Eastman Memo provides the 1/6 committee with a roadmap for rioting.
The Eastman memo sets out, point by point, the plan to overthrow the 2020 elections. Ted Cruz and Rand Paul were reckoned to use the Filibuster to help overturn the election. The Republican senators played a part in the conspiracy.
Cruz and Paul are not witnesses. They are accomplices and potential co-conspirators.
The 1/6 committee was to summon every Republican involved in the attack on the Capitol.
The truth that Republicans seem so desperate to hide is that the 1/6 attack looks like an inside job.
Mr. Easley is the managing editor. He is also the White House press pool and congressional correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His thesis focused on public policy with a specialization in social reform movements.
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