MAGA Fans Spout Nonsense When Confronted About Jan. 6


Trump followers have multiple conspiracies about who was really at the Jan. 6 riot and Trump rally for CNN reporter. Many Trump supporters believe in the Great Replacement conspiracy theory that Tucker Carlson has famously pushed on Fox News. John Iadarola and Jayar Jackson break it down on The Damage Report.

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What crimes might the Jan. 6 committee say Trump committed? –

“It’s not clear if the House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol will formally say that former president Donald Trump broke the law in relation to the attack or to his efforts to overturn election results. Even if they did, it’s far from certain Trump would be prosecuted for these crimes.

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Congress doesn’t have the power to prosecute; the most they could do is issue a criminal referral to the Justice Department to pursue. But that’s more like a recommendation than anything else. A congressional criminal referral carries no legal weight, notes The Post’s Jacqueline Alemany and Devlin Barrett.

But it would still be symbolically significant if a committee made up of Democrats and two Republicans, after nearly a year of investigating, formally accused Trump of committing crimes. He would go down in the history books as having been impeached twice (and acquitted twice by the Senate), and accused of a crime or crimes by Congress. No U.S. president has ever been charged with a crime associated with his presidency.”


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