How Republican senators killed the commission to investigate the Jan 6. riot

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After the first filibuster since President Joe Biden’s term began, Republican senators said no to the commission that would have investigated the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell said of the proposed group: “There is, has been, and there will continue to be, no shortage of robust investigations by two separate branches of the federal government. It’s not at all clear what new facts our additional investigation, yet another commission, could actually lay on top of existing efforts by law enforcement and Congress.”

Still, not all GOP senators believed in banning such a commission.

Said Senator Mitt Romney: “I think the perception is on the part of the public that the January 6 Commission [is] just trying to get to the truth of what happened, and that Republicans would be seen as not wanting to let the truth come out. I don’t believe that’s what’s the motivation but I think that’s the perception.”

What about you? Do you believe a commission would have been a good idea or are you celebrating that it didn’t make it through?

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