1/6 Committee

Sol Rosenberg

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Then why did they do a TV show. Rhetorical, I already know.
To inform people about what happened on January 6 and who was responsible for it, which they did. They will release supporting documentation and if there is anything that they found which doesn’t support their conclusions, they will release that too.

It isn’t hard, for normal people. sorry you struggle with it. That‘s unfair. SO Unfair.
 

Dog 2.0

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To inform people about what happened on January 6 and who was responsible for it, which they did. They will release supporting documentation and if there is anything that they found which doesn’t support their conclusions, they will release that too.

It isn’t hard, for normal people. sorry you struggle with it. That‘s unfair. SO Unfair.
No....They knew they had no legal case against their target, so they decided to try him in the court of public opinion. They went with an entirely new and unprecedented archetype. A professionally produced, taxpayer funded, edited and scripted, one-sided, made for TV, faux "hearing". They could have saved us the bullshit gone straight to this release.
 

Bus Driver

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No....They knew they had no legal case against their target, so they decided to try him in the court of public opinion. They went with an entirely new and unprecedented archetype, a professionally produced, taxpayer funded, edited and scripted, one-sided, made for TV, faux "hearing". They could have saved us the bullshit gone straight to this release.
In which Republican after Republican testified to the involvement of the defeated ex-President and his minions.

You'd like to pretend it was all fiction. You are wrong.
 

Sol Rosenberg

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No....They knew they had no legal case against their target, so they decided to try him in the court of public opinion. They went with an entirely new and unprecedented archetype. A professionally produced, taxpayer funded, edited and scripted, one-sided, made for TV, faux "hearing". They could have saved us the bullshit gone straight to this release.
Okay bullshitter. There‘s no repeat-until-true rule in the room where people swear to tell the truth. That’s why bullshitter Rhodes is going to spend a few years getting a new eye opened up in his brown eye.

Your subjective reality routine doesn’t overcome objective reality. Just ask Stewie in a few years.
 

bowman81

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Then why did they do a TV show. Rhetorical, I already know.
Maybe, just maybe, they thought that releasing a comprehensive report that would likly run into the hundreds of pages, would not be read by their target audience. So, instead they chose a format that had more chance of being absorbed
 

Stingray~

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It will be interesting to see if either the DoJ or Smith applies the Seditious Conspiracy charge to any of the other various facets of the J6 investigations. Many of them happened gradually, as attempted election fuckery and as efforts to impede Congress in the leadup to the actual attack day that Elmer's trial focused on.
 

phillysailor

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No....They knew they had no legal case against their target, so they decided to try him in the court of public opinion. They went with an entirely new and unprecedented archetype. A professionally produced, taxpayer funded, edited and scripted, one-sided, made for TV, faux "hearing". They could have saved us the bullshit gone straight to this release.
Golly, it’s as if you missed all the threads you’ve taken part in which we remind you that the Committee was not a trial.

Trump was duly invited to refute the testimony by his Attorney General, his family, his administration and many others who took part in or observed what has now properly labeled a criminal conspiracy to attack the Capitol to alter an election.

But, like many of his ilk, he refused to honor a congressional subpoena, and so we do not yet have the benefit of his testimony, nor that of many now under suspicion of organizing the criminal conspiracy.

But your tears of shame and rage are tasty, as you complain how effective the hearings have been at educating the nation and the world in order to prevent a similar attack in the future.

Which was, after all, the mandate for the committee: study Jan 6 in order to prevent it from happening again.

And, yeah, to make you cry for TFG 😭😭
 

Dog 2.0

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Golly, it’s as if you missed all the threads you’ve taken part in which we remind you that the Committee was not a trial.

Trump was duly invited to refute the testimony by his Attorney General, his family, his administration and many others who took part in or observed what has now properly labeled a criminal conspiracy to attack the Capitol to alter an election.

But, like many of his ilk, he refused to honor a congressional subpoena, and so we do not yet have the benefit of his testimony, nor that of many now under suspicion of organizing the criminal conspiracy.

But your tears of shame and rage are tasty, as you complain how effective the hearings have been at educating the nation and the world in order to prevent a similar attack in the future.

Which was, after all, the mandate for the committee: study Jan 6 in order to prevent it from happening again.

And, yeah, to make you cry for TFG 😭😭
I agree it wasn't a trial. It was a TV show.
 

WhoaTed

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Oh, geez. Did no know that. Peter Wolf, too. Crap.

That song is just so, so, so......
Wolf produced and did some arrangement, Bernie and Martin Page wrote the lyrics and the basic melody. If you’re thinking of Peter Wolf of J. Geils fame (and some very good recent work), this is a different Peter Wolf who also worked with Zappa around ‘80 or so. He produced some notable songs in the ‘80s including TSTSNBN.
 

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