The next Jan 6 committee hearing will focus on extremist organizations
A House committee on Jan. 6 held its seventh hearing Tuesday in a month of investigations that focused on the involvement of extremist groups such as the Oathholders, Proud Boys.
the QAnon movement and the possible association of groups with Trump associates, including Roger Stone and Michael Flynn.
Former Oath Keepers spokesman Jason Van Tatenhove will testify. Van Tatenhove left the organization for the Capitol Uprising.
Also heard during the hearing is a Dec. 19 tweet from the former president that reads: “Several protests in D.C. on January 6.
Go there. Be wild! "The tweet was considered" an important moment that set off a chain of events, including the Proud Boys plan, "according to the commissioner.
With the exception of Van Tatenhove, commission aides declined to provide information on other witnesses or how many there would be, citing security and overcrowding concerns.
“We will give the American public a fuller understanding of the final phase of President Trump and his supporters using radical measures to prevent a peaceful transfer of power.
to overturn the 2020 election," a commission aide told reporters, adding that they also targeted a campaign by members of Congress to pressure the vice president not to certify the election.