Nancy Pelosi on Republicans Pulling Out of January 6 Committee: 'We Have a Bipartisan Quorum, We can Proceed'

Nancy Pelosi on Republicans Pulling Out of January 6 Committee: 'We Have a Bipartisan Quorum, We can Proceed'


House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), after announcing she will reject Republican Reps. Jim Jordan (OH) and Jim Banks (IN) from the January 6 Select Committee, said it would proceed if there is bipartisanship.

Infamous CNN reporter Manu Raju asked Pelosi if she had any concerns about the Republicans being pulled from the committee after denying Jordan and Banks a seat. She said, “We have a bipartisan quorum we can proceed.”

The speaker was pressed on why she would not allow Jordan and Banks a seat on the committee but would allow Republican Rep. Troy Nehls (WI) since he also voted not to certify the election. Pelosi dodged the questions and said those votes were not part of the criteria.

“That was not the criterion as I told you yesterday,” Pelosi said.

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Pelosi also wouldn’t explain why she accepted Nehls but not Jordan and Banks — all of whom voted to overturn electoral

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