Pelosi’s Partisan Jan. 6 Commission May Be Headed to Court, as Defendants

It’s looking more and more likely the members of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s partisan committee assigned to “investigate” the Jan. 6 events at the U.S. Capitol, where dozens, or a few hundred, entered the building and vandalized parts, will be going to court.

As defendants.

Three more individuals, Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, broadcaster Alex Jones, and U.S. Rep. Scott Perry, R-Pa., all have begun their own court action, or protest, denying the committee’s authority.

They join a long list of others who already have sued, charging the committee is trying to abrogate the Constitution’s First Amendment with its demands, and isn’t even legitimate because it fails to meet the requirements of the authorizing resolution.

The committee, which is partisan because Pelosi refused to seat the GOP members selected by the minority party and instead recruited two anti-Trump GOP members, Liz Cheney of Wyoming and Rep. Kinzinger of Illinois, has issued vast and broad demands for statements, evidence, phone records, testimony and much, much more. (Read more from “Pelosi’s Partisan Jan. 6 Commission May Be Headed to Court, as Defendants” HERE)

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