(RoyalPatriot.com )- A hearing had been unexpectedly scheduled for Tuesday at 1 p.m. EDT “to present recently obtained evidence and receive witness testimony.” The announcement came from the Pelosi-controlled January 6th Committee investigating the riot at the Capitol. The upheaval was caused by the efforts of President Trump to stop the theft of the presidential election in 2020.
After Chairman Bennie Thompson (D-MS) said the previous week that there would be no further hearings until after the Fourth of July, the hearing was announced as a complete surprise. The committee had initially scheduled two hearings for this week, but they were postponed. There was no more information published regarding the hearing.
This was the sixth time that the committee would hold a hearing, taking place on Tuesday.
This hearing was built around a “star witness” named Cassidy Hutchinson. She was an aide to former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows.
Hutchinson stated that Meadows and Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s attorney, asked for pardons for their participation in the attack on the Capitol on January 6.
Meadows and Giuliani were both involved in the attack on January 6. She reported that Trump had also indicated an interest in pardoning those who had rioted in the Capitol.
After giving a speech on the Ellipse on January 6, President Trump was so “irate” that he wasn’t being driven to the Capitol that Hutchinson testified that Trump attempted to grab the steering wheel of his limousine lunged at a member of his Secret Service detail.
Hutchinson based her testimony on the account of a senior-ranking colleague but testified that the incident occurred.
According to Hutchinson, during one of Trump’s tantrums directed at his attorney general, the president threw plates, which resulted in ketchup running down the wall.
According to the testimony provided by Hutchinson, President Trump was aware that some of the people attending a protest on January 6 near the White House were armed, but he insisted that security be removed from the area and that the gathering be allowed to go to the Capitol. Trump waved off concerns that the rallygoers had been reported to be armed. “You know, I don’t even care that they have weapons. In Hutchinson’s testimony, Trump said, “They’re not here to hurt me.”
Hutchinson overheard White House attorney Pat Cipollone saying to Meadows, “Mark, something needs to be done, or people are going to die.” “You are going to have blood on your hands, you f—-ing scum.”
This took place as the level of violence at the Capitol grew.
Hutchinson stated that Meadows had cautioned her in the days leading up to the rebellion that “things may become real, very ugly” at the Capitol on the day in question.
Conservatives wondered when Hutchinson would be cross-examined.
Unlike this hastily convened session, the answer is not a “surprise.”
The answer is “never.”