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Feed provides new details on Trump’s plan at the White House for January 6

WASHINGTON – Before January 6th attack on Capitol, officials and members of the Trump White House of the right assembly of the House of Representatives of freedom has developed a plan to manage thousands of of angry marchers to the building, according to recently released testimony obtained by the House Committee on the Inquiry into the riots and former Attempts by President Donald J. Trump to reverse the election results.

On planning call including Mark Meadows, head of the White House of staff; Rudolph W. Giuliani, Mr. Trump’s personal attorney; Rep. Jim Jordan, Republican of Ohio; and other members of the Freedom Caucus, group discussed the idea of urging supporters to march on the Capitol, according to one witness testimony.

The idea was supported by Republican Party representative Scott Perry. of Pennsylvania, who now chairing the Freedom Caucus, according to the testimony of Cassidy Hutchinson, Mr. Meadows’ assistant, and not one on in call said out against idea.

“I don’t think there is a member on in call it necessarily discouraged the idea,” Ms Hutchinson told committee investigators.

The nearly two-mile march from the President’s “Stop theft” rally on the Ellipse to the Capitol, where units of the crowd became a riotous crowd, became the focal point of both the House Committee and the Department of Justice when they investigate who was responsible for violence.

Mr. Meadows and members of freedom caucus, who were deeply involved in Mr. Trump’s push to cancel the 2020 election condemned the violence at the Capitol. on January 6 and defended their role in spreading lies of a stolen elections.

Testimony of Mrs. Hutchinson and others materials published by the committee in 248-page lawsuit on Friday added new the details and texture of what is commonly known about discussions in Trump’s inner circle and among his allies in weeks leading up to the January 6 assault.

Submission is part of committee attempt to get fired of lawsuit filed against this is Mr. Meadows. He disclosed evidence that Mr. Meadows had been told that plans try to cancel the 2020 election using the so-called alternative electors were not “legally sound” and what events of January 6 may turn into violence. However, he pushed forward with the rally that led to the march on Capitol, according to the application.

Innings also disclosed new Details of Mr. Meadows’ involvement in attempts to pressure Brad Ruffensperger, Georgia secretary of state, over Mr. Trump’s losing there.

At rallies in Washington in November and December of In 2020, Trump supporters have not marched to the Capitol and have largely refrained from violence. But on On January 6, Mr. Trump cheered the crowd of thousands march on the building telling them “You’ll never take back our country with weakness. You should show strength.” He did this after the head of the White House of operations told Mr. Meadows of “Intelligence reports that there could be potential violence on 6th,” the statement said.

The two rally organizers, Dustin Stockton and his fiancée Jennifer L. Lawrence, also provided that the committee with evidence that they were concerned that march to the Capitol on January 6 will mean “possible dangerand that Mr. Stockton’s “pressing concerns” were referred to Mr. Meadows, according to the committee.

In his book The Chief of the Chief, Mr. Meadows said Mr. Trump “improvised a line that didn’t one seen before” when he urged the crowd to march, adding that the president “knew as well anyone that we will not arrange a trip like that on such a short time.”

Ms. Hutchinson’s testimony contradicts these statements.

She said Mr. Meadows said:in casual conversation”: “Oh, we’ll have it big rally. People talk about it on social media. they are going to go up to the Capitol.

And speaking of planning call with Mr. Meadows and members of the Freedom Caucus, the committee investigator asked her if Mr. Perry supported “the idea of sending people to the capitol on January 6”.

“Yes,” said Miss Hutchinson.

representative for Mr Perry, who refused to speak to committee, did not immediately respond to inquiry for comment.

The Department of Justice and a committee are investigating the matter. of how the crowd moved from the Ellipse to the Capitol.

The committee investigators have, for for example, drafts received of Mr Trump’s speech. This month they clicked on its author, Stephen Miller. former Chief White House Counsel, on did Mr Trump repeat use of the word “we” was an attempt to direct his supporters to join his in moving on Capitol to prevent Congress from confirming his defeat.

Rally planners such as renowned Stop theft organizer Ali Alexander, also had a hand in receiving people to move from the Ellipse to the Capitol. Mr. Alexander, at the request of Mr Trump’s assistants left speech before over and moved along head of the crowd that was moving to building.

On that day Mr. Alexander was joined by Alex Jones, founder of driven by conspiracy media socket Infowars, who cheered the crowd on with cries of 1776.

On Wednesday, Mr. Jones said he recently approached the Justice Department with a request for an agreement under which he will give an official interview government about him role in in events of January 6 in exchange for not pursued.

Two weeks earlier, Mr. Alexander reported that he had received a subpoena from the federal grand the jury that is looking for information on wide band of people organizers of rallies, participants of Officials of Congress and the White House – who played role in political events what preceded attack on Capitol.

The testimony of Ms. Hutchinson showed that the members of The freedom caucus was also involved in plans put pressure on Vice President Mike Pence to throw out selective votes from the states won Joseph R. Biden Jr. and accept false certificates proving that these states have voted for Mr Trump.

She said that the members of Congress involved in Mr. Jordan participated in the discussions; Mr Perry; Representatives Andy Biggs, Paul Gosar and Debbie Lesko of Arizona; Rep. Mo Brooks of Alabama; Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida; Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green and Jody Hayes of Georgia; Rep. Louis Gomert of Texas; and Rep. Lauren Bobert of Colorado. (Ultimately, 147 Republicans in Congress voted against Mr. Biden’s victory. in at least one state.)

“They felt he had the authority – excuse me if my wording is wrong. on this, but – send votes back states or voters back states,” Ms Hutchinson said, adding that they appear to have accepted the plan promoted by conservative attorney John Eastman, whose members of both sides are like a drawing for coup.

Ms Hutchinson suggested that White House lawyers found the plan was not “legally soundbut that Mr. Meadows let him move forward However.

Committee statement also contained an email saying that a pro-Trump lawyer named Cleta Mitchell also played role in promotion of an alternative electoral scheme.

The email that Ms. Mitchell sent to Mr. Meadows on December 6, 2020, including list of “key points about the plan, noting for For example, that “The US Constitution gives the legislatures of the states the right to appoint electors of the president.”

Miss Mitchell sent version of Email one a day earlier to Senator Mike Brown, Republican of Indiana, in promote of appearance of a senator on a television. When Ms. Mitchell forwarded the email to Mr. Meadows, she wrote: “This is what I prepared and sent to Senator Brown. last the night before help prepare it for ABC appearance this morning. Can wh push office receive and start using??”

Innings also shows Mr Meadows was in contact with Phil Waldron, retired colonel. with education in psychological operations who was among group of plotters who pushed extreme plans convince Mr Trump use his national security apparatus to seize control of country voting machines in offer to stay in power.

Working with other like Trump Attorney Sidney Powell and Michael T. Flynn, former national security adviser Mr. Waldron spread the conspiracy theory that foreign actors hacked into the voting system machines made by Dominion Voting Systems in attempt to flip votes from Mr Trump to Mr Biden.

In a recently publicized email sent to Mr. Meadows on On December 22, 2020, Mr. Waldron included an 18-page document that he called the “National Asset Allocation Request.”

In essence, the document was a proposal seeking presidential approval. for agencies like FBI and National Security Agency to search their databases for people and Internet addresses associated with the Dominion, which, in the opinion of Mr. Waldron, could information on alleged hacking scheme.

Mr. Waldron wrote that he discussed the plan with Mr. Meadows in his office the day before.

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