Monday continues the march toward some actual reckoning. The grounds for the fraud will be displayed for all to see in Monday’s Select Committee hearings. There are receipts.

— Ex-Trump campaign manager Bill Stepien

Ex-Fox News Political Editor Chris StirewaltStirewalt came under fire from Donald Trump and his supporters after the Fox News political desk was the first to call Arizona for Joe Biden in November 2020.

— Attorney Benjamin Ginsberg

Ex-US Attorney BJay Pakthe former Atlanta-based U.S. attorney who was pressured by President Donald Trump to pursue false allegations of election fraud…The New York Times reports Pak testified that if he didn’t resign, Trump would have fired him for refusing to support his allegations of voter fraud in the Presidential election in Georgia

— Ex-Philadelphia City Commissioner Al Schmidt

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Facts about what happened during the Jan. 6, 2021, attack were clearly and soberly laid out. Videotaped testimony underscored those findings. The rallying cries of the former president and the ensuing breach of the Capitol were shown for all to see.

The U.S. House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol HEARINGS  this week: MONDAY – 6/13;  WEDNESDAY – 6/15; THURSDAY – 6/16 (all at 1pm PDT)

It was the first of several hearings by the Jan. 6 committee that are meant, in part, for the history books. But the importance of the hearings isn’t simply about holding Mr. Trump, his allies and the flag-draped thugs storming the halls to account. The hearings challenge all Americans to recommit to the principles of democracy, ask how important those values are to us and face the threats posed to our democratic way of life.

Those threats are real and present, as Mr. Trump prepares to possibly again seek the office he has already desecrated once. The committee is doing its duty to defend against these threats by presenting evidence that the attack on the Capitol was not an isolated event, that it was a coordinated assault and that it continues to this very day. Our duty, as American citizens, is to participate fully in this process, by watching and absorbing the committee’s evidence and considering what it would mean for our democracy if Mr. Trump were to run for president again.

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