Jan. 6 committee to hold 8 hearings in June

Jan. 6 committee to hold 8 hearings in June

The House Select Committee on the Jan. 6 attack will hold a series of eight hearings on the probe in June, chaired by Chairman Bennie Thompson, D-Miss. It was said.

He said that the hearings will start on June 9, with some scheduled for prime time and others during the day.

Thompson told reporters as he left the Capitol on Thursday that the public will hear from outside witnesses, people we have not heard from before, and that their testimony will be on point as to why this investigation was so important. He said we will tell the story about what happened. We'll use a combination of witnesses, exhibits, things that we've looked at, as well as the hundreds of witnesses we've deposed or just talked to in general. Rep. Jamie Raskin, D-Md. A key member of the committee said last week that the hearings will be dramatic and include explosive revelations that the panel has been piecing together behind the scenes for months after interviewing more than 800 witnesses.

The hearings will tell a story that will blow the roof off the House, Raskin said at an event hosted by Georgetown University's Center on Faith and Justice in Washington.

The committee hopes to publish a report on its investigation by the end of the summer or early fall, Raskin said.

Raskin said that this was not a coup directed at the president. It was a coup directed by the president against the vice president and the Congress.