Washington: Americans were offered a crazy night on television when Congressional Panels presented horrifying evidence of Donald Trump’s negligence in the riots of the US Capitol last year. But 17 months after the riots, the biggest challenge for the House of Representatives committee investigating riots could be to ensure that the brutal image of violence played during prime time stuffs the intended political punch. ..
Thursday’s presentation was devastating to Trump, who has been characterized as a continuing threat to US democracy-a bid to run a campaign to steal one previous election to the next. “It’s important to understand that the American people really happened and that the same forces that led on January 6 are still working today,” President Joe Biden discusses hearings on Friday. Said he was. Violation of playing cards.
Video of a hand-to-hand combat committee between police and mob Trump was sent to the Capitol to suspend the 2020 vote, which was found in Biden’s favor. Parliamentary police officer Caroline Edwards was shown to have lost consciousness, and she provided direct evidence that she had “slipped through the blood of the people” when the assault turned into a “genocide.” The hearing ended with a video of some members of the mob who said they marched at the Capitol just because Trump asked them.
Liz Cheney, a Republican nova until she refused to accept Trump’s false allegations in the stolen elections, carefully filled every aspect of the former president’s so-called “big lie.” She repeatedly referred to the “illegal” of his “sophisticated seven-point plan” to overturn the election. Testimony from Trump’s closest allies, including Attorney General Bill Barr and his daughter Ivanka, was that he was informed over and over again how dangerous his conspiracy theory was. Was emphasized.
Image of the genocide
According to the committee, the night was getting worse for Trump, who hadn’t let go of his fingers for hours to put down the riots. And when Chaney quoted a witness who claimed that Trump had said Vice President Mike Pence, who deserved to be hanged by a mob attacking the Capitol, there was gasping in the room.
The challenge for Democrats, burned by the lukewarm public reaction to Trump’s two impeachments and the exposure of many other misconduct, is to ensure that his latest defamation is registered with voters. The strong image of the riots may have shaken memory, but much of the anger seems to have disappeared since January last year as voters are increasingly focusing on notebook issues such as inflation spikes.
In a May YouGov / University of Massachusetts poll, only 42% of respondents supported the willingness to hold the rebels accountable. This is a 10 point drop per year. Ahmed Zony, a professor of political science at Coppin State University in Baltimore, told AFP: “Therefore, it is unlikely that both the House and Senate (Republicans) will oppose him unless the January 6 Parliamentary Commission presents criminal evidence to prevent his re-execution.”
“Facts are still important”
Meanwhile, Fox News, a dependable network of American cable conservatives, refuses to broadcast presentations live, and indiscriminately broadcasting presentations significantly reduces reach among right-wing voters. did. “Gas is over $ 5. Inflation is higher than most Americans have in their lives,” he said. “Violent crimes have made cities incapable of living, and last year more than 100,000 Americans used drugs. Why isn’t there a golden-time hearing about it?”
Experience has taught American activists deeply polarized in a mind-changing scandal to keep their hopes alive, but political analyst Mike Hernandez believes that “the facts are still important.” “The fact that the Commission announces on January 6 will provide evidence that the U.S. President has instructed thousands of supporters to interfere with the recognition of the Electoral College or not.” Hernandez, who works at Telemundo 51 South, told AFP that the Florida network.
“It will be either evidence of coordination with the president from members elected in the House and Senate, or efforts to overturn the 2020 elections.” We certainly know. One of the things was that another South Florida expert was particularly keen on proceedings. And he wasn’t enjoying what he saw. “One-sided, completely partisan, political witch hunt,” Trump wrote in a nine-post tilade on his Truth Social platform. – AFP