Liz Cheney Claims That Jan 6 Capitol Attack Was A Conspiracy

Liz Cheney
Liz Cheney

Rep. Liz Cheney, a Republican, said Trump has shown little remorse in the aftermath of the Capitol riot and that the House committee examining the insurgency’s first public session on January 6 will persuade Americans to care.

The House Select Committee probing the January 6, 2021 insurgency at the United States Capitol will have its first public hearing in almost a year on Thursday night, forcing us to revisit and cope with a day that some would prefer we forget. The Wyoming legislator claimed that many Republican Party members’ inclination to turn a blind eye to ex-president Donald Trump’s attempts to rig the election in his favor has helped to establish a “personality cult” surrounding Trump, insulating him from consequences.

Liz Cheney Says That Trump Is Not Remorseful 

Liz Cheney also targeted House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, stating that McCarthy has chosen to embrace more vile segments of his party and has “changed his mind on the Constitution” in the hopes of becoming the House speaker. Trump’s attempt to invalidate ballots in hotly disputed states was described in court filings as a flawed legal technique.

As Republican legislators contemplated martial law, texts revealed concern about the violence among Trump’s relatives and advisors. Trump’s actions for hours after the Capitol was breached were revealed in a closed-door hearing. Cheney expressed her hope that the public takes heed to the committee’s findings, which reveal the country’s democratic fragility. Liz Cheney is one of just two Republicans who have agreed to serve on the House Committee on January 6th.

Its members have questioned over a thousand witnesses, combed through tens of thousands of documents, and combed through the private conversations of top Trump White House officials, key Republicans in Congress, and far-right activists. 

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