The opinions of partisan Congressional Committees are irrelevant when it comes to guilt, innocence, or even whether or not someone gets indicted.

January 6 Committee says it believes Trump engaged in criminal conduct in his bid to overturn the 2020 election and will consider passing evidence to the DOJ

  • The court document was filed in federal court in Los Angeles as part of the U.S. House of Representative Select Committee’s dispute with John Eastman

  • Eastmann is behind the notorious ‘coup memo,’ which argued that former Vice President Mike Pence had unilateral power to overturn Trump’s loss to Joe Biden

  • The attorney sued the committee in December, seeking to block a congressional subpoena requesting that he turn over thousands of emails

  • The Select Committee’s members have said they will consider passing along evidence of criminal conduct by Trump to the U.S. Justice Department

  • The committee argues that Eastmann must testify because they believe he and others, including Trump, ‘may have engaged in criminal and/or fraudulent acts’ 

The committee in the US House of Representatives investigation the Capitol riot on January 6, 2021 said in a court filing Wednesday it believes that former President Donald Trump violated ‘multiple laws’ in his attempt to overturn the 2020 Presidential Election. 

The court document was filed in federal court in Los Angeles as part of the U.S. House of Representative Select Committee’s dispute with John Eastman, a lawyer who advised Trump on a plan to invalidate election results in key battleground states. 

Eastmann is behind the notorious ‘coup memo,’ which argued that former Vice President Mike Pence had unilateral power to overturn Trump’s loss to Joe Biden Continue

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