Jan. 6 committee’s criminal referral spat was avoidable — and unnecessary
U.S. · POLITICS · MEDIA
June 17, 20226 min read1164 words
Published: June 17, 2022  |  6 min read1164 words
ANALYSIS — Evidence. The word was uttered 41 times Monday during the Jan. 6 select committee’s second much-anticipated June hearing and over and over by its members during a weeklong cable TV blitz. But we have not heard that much direct evidence. Put a different way: The panel o...
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