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CODY, Wyoming — Sen. Cynthia Lummis (R-WY) criticized her congressional colleague, Rep. Liz Cheney, on Tuesday for accepting an appointment from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to join Democrats on the select committee to investigate the January 6 protest of the 2020 election.
“I was disappointed that she accepted that appointment,” Lummis told Breitbart News in an interview in Wyoming.

Cheney said Thursday she was “honored” to accept a position on the committee from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
“Those who are responsible for the attack need to be held accountable and this select committee will fulfill that responsibility in a professional, expeditious, and non-partisan manner,” she wrote in a statement.
But Lummis suggested the investigative committee would be another partisan attempt by Democrats to wield political power against former President Donald Trump.

“This is a very partisan aligned group,” she said, pointing to some of the other Democrat members on the committee. “Adam Schiff, who has repeatedly lied in vicious ways about the former president, is on that commission.”
Cheney faces a tough reelection fight in 2022 for her congressional seat, experiencing strong backlash from Wyoming Trump supporters for repeatedly trying to force the former president out of the political future of the party.
Lummis said she spoke with Cheney about a month ago at an event with political figures and said it was up to Wyoming voters to decide her political fate.
“Obviously she and I disagree about the issues that she’s so frequently in the news about,” she said. “And she and her constituents in Wyoming can have a discussion about that, and I’m sure the people of Wyoming will make a decision.”
Lummis said the Republican party should unite and focus on the former president’s policies, which she described as “good for Wyoming and good for America.”

Policies like Trump’s “Remain in Mexico” strategy to reduce the flow of migrants crossing into the United States, she said, were working well before Biden reversed them.
“I’m sorry the Biden administration didn’t keep it,” she said, referring to the “Remain in Mexico” policy. “Sometimes it seems that they cast policies aside that were working simply because they were implemented by President Trump and they hated him so much.”
Trump’s economic policies, she added, made life better for every ethnic group, every race, and both genders, while President Joe Biden was pursuing a more “socialist” agenda.
“They are very, so far in the Biden administration, into listening to the socialist wing of their party, that I think they are scaring people in their own party. They’re certainly scaring people in the Republican party — me included,” she said. “We need to fight vigorously against their desire to spend $6 trillion on a grab bag of socialist ideas.”


Lummis said she looked forward to fighting for Republicans in 2022 and working to end the Democrat majorities in Congress.

“The American people are awake to what the Democrats are espousing and trying to push and they don’t like it,” she said. “And so we need to remind people of how seriously this nation would change in the future if we continue to allow Democrats to be the majority.”
A Wyoming rancher, Lummis served as the lone member of Congress for Wyoming for four terms and retired in 2016 rather than seek a fifth term.
She was elected in Wyoming in 2020 to replace retiring Republican Sen. Mike Enzi, becoming the first woman U.S. senator to represent the state.
Before Lummis was even sworn into office, she immediately teamed up with Senate Republicans to campaign for Sens. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) and David Perdue (R-GA) in the Georgia runoff election.
Despite Republicans failing to keep the Senate majority in 2020, Lummis said she looked forward to continuing the fight in 2022.
“Our country is not on track,” she said criticizing Biden’s agenda. “You can point to January 20th as the date when our country fell off the rails.”


Jan 6th Commission

Democrats plot next move after GOP sinks Jan. 6 probe





Republicans on Friday blocked the launch of an external investigation into the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol. But the issue is a long way from disappearing.

House Democrats, behind Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), are vowing to charge ahead with internal congressional probes of their own, a process now more likely to include the creation of a select committee focused solely on the violence that day — and any role former President Trump played in instigating it.

Democrats had dangled the select committee as a kind of last resort — an unsubtle warning that investigations would proceed even if Republicans prevented the formation of an independent panel, modeled on the bipartisan 9/11 commission, to examine the violent events of Jan. 6.

With Senate Republicans voting Friday to sink the outside investigation with a filibuster, Democrats say they have little choice but to move on to a Plan B.

Precisely how Democrats plan to proceed remains unclear.

Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.) has left open the possibility that the Senate will take another stab at passing legislation to launch an external investigation. But Pelosi has also hinted strongly that she’ll create a special committee dedicated to exploring the Capitol attack, just as she’s done with other prominent issues, such as climate change and the federal government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.

“Honoring our responsibility to the Congress in which we serve and the Country which we love, Democrats will proceed to find the truth,” Pelosi said after Senate Republicans blocked the commission.

Any congressional investigation into Jan. 6 risks appearances that the process will be partisan and the findings will be dismissed by conservative voters as a result. Yet GOP leaders are labeling even the independent commission “slanted,” despite the bipartisan agreement to create it and the equal party divide among its members. That’s led Democrats to charge that Republicans will oppose any Jan. 6 investigation, regardless of the details, for fear it will inevitably make their party look bad.

The GOP blockade of the outside commission has raised concerns among its Republican supporters, who are warning that the party will face a tougher investigative regime with Pelosi in the driver’s seat of any coming probes.

Indeed, a select-committee investigation would likely provide Democrats with subpoena power, just as Republicans were able to summon witnesses during their years-long investigation into the 2012 attack on a U.S. consulate in Benghazi, Libya. Among those witnesses was the central target of the probe, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who was subpoenaed by Republicans in July 2015 and appeared before the special panel three months later. Her testimony lasted 11 hours.

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.), the only lawmaker to speak directly to Trump as the Jan. 6 attack unfolded, has said he would testify about that conversation before an independent commission. And many Democrats would also like to have him appear before a select committee.

A select committee investigation would provide another advantage for Democrats, who would be empowered to extend the probe well into 2022, creating midterm headaches for Republicans as they try to win control of both the House and Senate. By contrast, the outside commission would be required to issue its findings by Dec. 31, before election season kicks into high gear.

“There’s gonna be select committees. But remember, the committees have a lot of power to call witnesses and do their own thing,” former Rep. Denver Riggleman (R-Va.) said on ABC News Live. “So I think it would behoove Republicans to vote for the 1/6 commission because I think this is actually going to go a lot longer if they don’t.”

Like the incident itself, the debate over how to investigate the Jan. 6 attack is fraught with partisan politics. Unlike 9/11, which was perpetrated by foreign adversaries, the January rampage was carried out by a pro-Trump mob that, goaded by the then-president, sought to block the certification of his election defeat to President Biden


Trump has denied any responsibility for the attack, and that message is reverberating with his supporters. A Yahoo News/YouGov survey published Thursday found that 73 percent of Republican voters blame “left-wing protesters” for the deadly riot.

Such polls have revealed the pressure facing GOP leaders to downplay any role that Trump — along with other Republicans in Congress — played in the lead-up to the attack.

In opposing the external investigation this month, Republican leaders in both chambers argued it would be duplicative, given other ongoing investigations by Congress, the FBI and other federal agencies. They’ve also warned their GOP members that a new investigative panel would hurt the party’s chances of flipping the House and Senate in next year’s midterms.

“I think this commission would be partisan and really has no value,” said Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), who has called the failed insurrection “largely peaceful” even though video footage and federal charges show rioters attacking police with bear and pepper spray, flag poles, baseball bats and stun guns.

Pelosi, who was targeted during the attack, hasn’t signaled who she might pick to lead a special panel. But there are already plenty of names being floated.

Raskin is indelibly tied to Jan. 6. Earlier this year, Pelosi tapped him as her party’s lead impeachment manager, putting him in charge of prosecuting Trump for inciting the riot at the Capitol. Democrats fell 10 votes shy of conviction, but Raskin’s performance — inspired by the untimely death of his 25-year-old son a week before the attack — earned the constitutional law professor high marks from both sides of the aisle.

Multiple Democratic sources said House Armed Services Committee Chairman Adam Smith (D-Wash.) and Rep. Jason Crow (D-Colo.) — who have a record of working across the aisle — would be strong picks. As the mob tried to break down the doors of the House chamber on Jan. 6, Crow was famously captured by photographers clutching the hand of his panicked colleague, Rep. Susan Wild (D-Pa.). The decorated Army Ranger later recalled how he planned to use a pen to fight his way out of the descending mob.

“Jason Crow would be terrific. He’s a veteran, an attorney and an honorable man,” Rep. Dean Phillips (D-Minn.) told The Hill. “I was in the House gallery with him on Jan. 6.”

Pelosi also could turn to a widely respected, senior member of the Congressional Black Caucus, as she’s done in the past for similar special committees. She appointed Rep. Elijah Cummings (Md.) to serve as the top Democrat on the GOP’s special Benghazi committee; Cummings died in 2019. And last year, Pelosi named Majority Whip James Clyburn (D-S.C.) the chairman of the special committee to oversee Congress’s COVID-19 relief efforts.

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Jan 6th Commission

35 Republicans vote with Pelosi to create Jan 6th Commission…





The House on Wednesday approved a measure creating a biased commission to investigate the Jan. 6 Capitol breach, with some RINOs voting with Democrats in defiance of party leaders who warned against the effort.

The bill passed 252-175, with 35 Republicans voting with Democrats. The measure now heads to the Senate, where it’s highly unlikely to pass in its current form.

Here’s the list of Republican traitors:

Don Bacon, Nebraska, Voted Yea
Cliff Bentz, Oregon, Voted Yea
Stephanie Bice, Oklahoma, Voted Yea
Liz Cheney, Wyoming, Voted Yea
John R. Curtis, Utah, Voted Yea
Rodney Davis, Illinois, Voted Yea
Brian K Fitzpatrick, Pennsylvania, Voted Yea
Jeff Fortenberry, Nebraska, Voted Yea
Andrew R Garbarino, New York, Voted Yea
Carlos A Gimenez, Florida, Voted Yea
Tony Gonzales, Texas, Voted Yea
Anthony Gonzalez, Ohio, Voted Yea
Michael Guest, Mississippi, Voted Yea
Jaime Herrera Beutler, Washington, Voted Yea
J. Hill, Arkansas, Voted Yea
Trey Hollingsworth, Indiana, Voted Yea
Chris Jacobs, New York, Voted Yea
Dusty Johnson, South Dakota, Voted Yea
David P Joyce, Ohio, Voted Yea
John Katko, New York, Voted Yea
Adam Kinzinger, Illinois, Voted Yea
David B McKinley, West Virginia, Voted Yea
Peter Meijer, Michigan, Voted Yea
Marianette Miller-Meeks, Iowa, Voted Yea
Blake D Moore, Utah, Voted Yea
Dan Newhouse, Washington, Voted Yea
Tom Reed , New York, Voted Yea
Tom Rice, South Carolina, Voted Yea
Maria Elvira-Salazar, Florida, Voted Yea
Michael K Simpson, Idaho, Voted Yea
Christopher H Smith, New Jersey, Voted Yea
Van Taylor, Texas, Voted Yea
Fred Upton, Michigan, Voted Yea
David G Valadao, California, Voted Yea
Steve Womack, Arkansas, Voted Yea

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