New public opinion research conducted by Public Policy Polling demonstrates broad support among Wisconsinites for the work of the January 6 Select Committee and significant concerns over Republican Senator Ron Johnson’s role in the fake electors plot. Commissioned by the Defend Democracy Project, the statewide poll of voters conducted by landline and text messaging found...
Evidence presented during Tuesday's House committee hearing on the Jan. 6 Capitol attack contradicts Team Trump’s argument that the insurrection was spontaneous and that Trump cannot be blamed for his supporters’ actions.
From fake electors to using Sen. Ron Johnson as a way to plant fraudulent ballots, Wisconsin will remain a focus as the congressional committee resumes its case Tuesday to show who knew about the insurrection plans.
More than a dozen Republicans, many of whom previously worked for Trump, have testified thus far, painting a picture of a president willing to commit crimes to stay in office, regardless of the damage he might do to the country in the process.
“You know, I don’t f-ing care that they have weapons. They’re not here to hurt me. Take the f-ing mags away. Let my people in. They can march to the Capitol from here. Let the people in. Take the f-ing mags away,” Trump said on Jan. 6, according to aide Cassidy Hutchinson’s testimony.
The Trump campaign used the Big Lie to ask supporters for money that wasn’t even used to contest the 2020 election results, according to testimony heard Monday in the US House Committee’s investigation into the Jan. 6 attack. Here’s what else you need to know.