House Republicans offer insight into secretive Capitol riot counterinvestigation

House Republicans offer insight into secretive Capitol riot counterinvestigation


House Republicans conducting their own investigation into the Capitol riot in the shadow of the heavily reported inquiry led by Chairman Bennie Thompson and Vice Chairwoman Liz Cheney shed insight into their secretive work on Monday.

Reps. Jim Jordan and Jim Banks, two Republicans who were barred from joining the select Jan. 6 Committee by House Speaker Nancy Pelsoi, made a joint appearance on host Laura Ingraham’s Fox News show to discuss their inquiry, about which they have released few details up until now.

Jordan called on Pelosi to sanction the release of documents related to the violence on Jan. 6, 2020, outlined in a new letter from House Administration Committee ranking member Rodney Davis that said the House sergeant-at-arms and the House

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