They seek to trigger a riot on Capitol Hill and hinder the broad, non-partisan view of the authorities’ response
Washington— After reaching an agreement with the important Republican Party to overthrow its party’s demand for left-wing violence, House Democrats proposed a bipartisan proposal on Friday to establish an independent committee to investigate the January 6 attack on the Capitol. It has nothing to do with the attack.
Although it is not yet known whether Republican leaders who insist on investigating “African American Life” and the anti-fascist activist group can agree to the agreement.
Uncertainty increases the likelihood of a showdown in the House of Representatives next week and the Republican Party’s refusal to recognize a deadly attack on Congress by pro-Trump crowds.
The proposals of the Democratic and Republican senior homeland security committees can provide Congress with a broad, non-partisan version that triggers riots and obstructs the authorities’ response, and provides recommendations to prevent recurrence.
The team used the committee to study the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 as a model, and could publish its findings before December 31.