J6 Committee Reportedly Set To Air Damning Video Footage Of Donald Trump On The Day After Capitol Attack During Upcoming Public Hearing

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According to bombshell new reporting from The Washington Post, the January 6th House Select Committee is set to air damning new video footage evidence during tomorrow’s primetime public hearing, as part of their ongoing and mounting investigation into the deadly January 6th Capitol attack and the corrupt ex-president’s personal role in inciting the fatal violence.

“One day after the last rioter had left the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, Donald Trump’s advisers urged him to give an address to the nation to condemn the violence, demand accountability for those who had stormed the halls of Congress, and declare the 2020 election to be decided,” the report reveals. “He struggled to do it. Over the course of an hour of trying to tape the message, Trump resisted holding the rioters to account, trying to call them patriots, and refused to say the election was over, according to individuals familiar with the committee’s work.”

Tomorrow’s public hearing is set to take place despite the fact that the House Select Committee has only just now received documents and evidence from the US Secret Service, which was recently busted for deleting text messages.

“The public could get its first glimpse of outtakes from that recording Thursday night, when the Jan. 6 committee plans to offer a bold conclusion in its eighth hearing: Not only did Trump do nothing despite repeated entreaties by senior aides to help end the violence, but he sat back and enjoyed watching it,” the Post reports. “He reluctantly condemned it — in a three-minute speech the evening of Jan. 7 — only after the efforts to overturn the 2020 election had failed and after aides told him that members of his own Cabinet were discussing invoking the 25th Amendment to remove him from office.”

As it stands, aides to the January 6th Committee are calling tomorrow’s hearing the “187-minute hearing.”

“The hearing is also expected to tie together details from prior hearings, including the inflammatory presidential rhetoric that drew thousands to Washington that day, Trump’s willingness to grant audiences to fringe figures peddling fabulist and unconstitutional theories on how he could keep hold of the presidency and the many times he was urged to intervene during the violence but refused to do so,” the report reads. “All of it points to one conclusion, which the committee plans to argue Thursday: Trump wanted the violence, he is responsible for it and his unwillingness to help end it amounts to a dereliction of duty and a violation of his oath of office.”

Read the full bombshell report from The Washington Post here.

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