November 28, 2022

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Capital Assault Investigation | Joe Biden calls the latest evidence ‘damning’

Capital Assault Investigation |  Joe Biden calls the latest evidence 'damning'

(Portland) United States President Joe Biden on Saturday called “damning” the latest testimony and video evidence presented by lawmakers investigating the 2021 Capitol attack, including a video of House leaders calling for help.

Posted yesterday at 10:39 pm.

Mr. Biden, speaking during a surprise visit to an ice cream parlor in the state of Oregon where Democrat Tina Kotek is campaigning for governor, said the file submitted by members of the investigative commission was “pretty much.”

“I think the evidence and the video is really overwhelming. And I do my best not to comment and see what happens. But it’s… I think it’s too much,” the US president told reporters.

“But if I say more about it, you’re going to ask me if I’m trying to influence the Attorney General – quite rightly -. It’s not like that. I didn’t talk to him at all. »

On Thursday, the House Investigative Committee on Capital Storming, which includes seven Democrats and two Republicans, released video of congressional officials making frantic calls for help during the break-in.

In the committee’s final hearing before crucial November midterm elections in the United States, lawmakers released never-before-seen footage of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and others standing in a secure area.

The commission concluded its investigation by subpoenaing former President Donald Trump to testify about his role in the storming of the Capitol.

The decision emerged as a dramatic lecture in a hearing, as the commission presented new evidence that Donald Trump planned to win the 2020 presidential election regardless of the outcome.

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The former president had a ‘premeditated plan’ and made it months before the vote to say he had won on election night regardless of the vote count, Joe told commission member Lofgren, citing evidence gathered by the commission.