35 Republican Congressmen Vote Yes On Formation Of January 6th Commission

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Here’s the list and how you can contact them…and some of the responses to their vote on social media.

Today the U.S. House voted for the formation of a ‘January 6th Commission’ to investigate the march on the U.S. Capitol. That march ended with the shooting and murder of former air force member Ashli Babbit who was shot by a Capitol Police officer.

Here’s the list of GOP congressmen who voted in favor of forming a 911 style commission to investigate the January 6th protests at the capitol. The ones in bold also voted for the January 2020 impeachment of President Donald J. Trump.

You can easily send an email to them or any of your elected officials by using this elected officials locator: USA.gov .

Why has there been no investigation into the violent BLM & Antifa protests of 2020?

Republican leaders and McConnell stressed that they did not support the legislation. “I’ve made the decision to oppose the House Democrats’ slanted and unbalanced proposal for another commission to study the events of January the 6th,” McConnell said. Other critics of the bill believe that Democratic leadership is unfairly targeting Trump supporters – most of whom did not enter the Capitol Building on January 6 – versus their handling of and commentary on BLM and Antifa protesters who occupied major cities, destroyed private and public buildings for many months of 2020. Damage from the fires, looting, and rioting is still evident in many U.S. cities. One Twitter user asked, “Was Ashli Babbit trying to crawl through a window broken by BLM subversive John Sullivan worse, or not as bad, as ANTIFA locking officers in an ICE facility & trying to burn it down?”

@RobertPLewis

John Sullivan, named in the above-referenced tweet, has been reported to be a leftist and possibly a member of BLM and/or Antifa. He was recorded “egging” on the crowd outside the Capitol. While some online fact-checkers have said that Sullivan was not part of BLM or Antifa there’s a video of him in 2020 saying he was going to yank the president (Trump) out of the White House and it’s time for a revolution.

According to PTNewsNetwork.com:

That was not Sullivan’s first crack at radical protesting. In July, Sullivan was arrested for his role in organizing a violent protest in Provo, UT, in which a driver was shot by a protester who was blocking a road. Several days later, Sullivan was arrested, charged with rioting, making a threat of violence, and criminal mischief.

Below is a video, initially recorded by Twitter user @bgonthescene and mentioned in the Newsweek article detailing Sullivan’s leftist activities and arrest record.

@BGonthescene via Twitter (original tweet and video deleted)

Sullivan’s previous activities make you wonder – why was he pushing Trump supporters to break windows and burn the Capitol down? In an age of censorship it’s not surprising to see social media posts deleted, but why they deleted Sullivan’s past activity so quickly also makes one wonder…

At any rate, we’re not investigating BLM’s or Antifa’s violent protests and damage to cities, but now the House has voted to implement a January 6th Commission….

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