Republicans Will Release Their Own Report After Jan. 6 Committee Report – Watch

The Jan. 6 Committee will be releasing a portion of their final report on Monday. It will include an executive summary and eight chapters, and it will be 1000 pages long.

It has been fairly clear that the purpose of this whole exercise has been to injure former President Donald Trump and help the Democrats during the midterms.

But the Republicans still won the House and Trump still declared that he is running again in 2024. They seem to have failed in their main purpose, but they will likely demand a criminal referral on Trump and his allies. Unfortunately, they did not present real evidence that Trump was guilty of any crimes.

Americans on the whole already rejected this committee by not watching their drama unfold.

The committee had no one appointed ted by Republicans on it and they did not allow any defense by Trump. They just listened to people picked by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) including the two execrable Trump-hating Republicans, Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) and Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL).

The Committee won’t be alone in making a report. The Republicans are going to issue their report, from their committee, made up in part of the Republican appointees who Pelosi refused to accept, Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN) and Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH).

These people will give the other side of the report and focus on real points rather than just the political bias reports.

The GOP probed the Capitol Police and FBI’s intelligence gathering and dissemination, as well as the insufficient training and equipment were given to law enforcement.

The GOP group will also “dive into legislative and policy changes that could be made by the next speaker.”

So the Democrats are going to issue their report and when they’re done, their drama will be over. But this counterpoint from the Republicans should just begin to pick up momentum. And when they have the House majority in January, we will see what the real outcome will be.