The next public account Hearings of the House Select Committee on the Jan. 6 Uprising will air Thursday, July 21 at 5:00 PM PT and 8:00 PM ET in prime time. You don’t need a cable subscription to listen – the official presentation of what the Commission found during its investigation is free for all to watch.
WIRED’s ongoing coverage of last year’s January 6 attacks in Washington, D.C. includes the role Google’s geolocation data played in police apprehensions of thugs, and how committee hearings can grab your attention.
How to watch the upcoming January 6 hearing
If you have access to broadcast TV channels like ABC, CBS, and NBC, or news networks like CNN and MSNBC, expect some of the upcoming committee hearings to be broadcast live. (Don’t forget that most radio channels are available for free with the help of a digital antenna.)
Would you like to watch the hearing on your computer or smartphone? Subscribing to the January 6th Commission’s YouTube channel is probably your best bet to get all the information on site. Missed the first seven hearings? You can rewatch all of the January 6 hearings on this YouTube channel without any authority or interference.
What should you expect?
In a recent interview with “Face the Nation,” Republican Representative Adam Kinsinger, a member of the bipartisan committee, said, “I’ll give you this preview that the president hasn’t done much during this time, he’s gleefully watch TV.”
Matthew Pottinger and Sarah Matthews are the two who will testify on Thursday, CNN reported. Pottinger was Trump’s deputy national security adviser until he abruptly resigned after the unrest. Matthews was Trump’s press aide; she also resigned on the evening of January 6.
About a week before the upcoming hearing, the committee issued a subpoena to the Secret Service over the deleted text messages. The eighth hearing is expected to be the committee’s final statement. Analyzing previous hearings, WIRED contributing editor Garrett M. Graff wrote: “Overall, the committee paints a more coherent and coherent picture of the administration’s efforts than most imagined.”
Police have arrested hundreds of people in connection with the unrest in the capital. It is unclear whether Trump will face criminal charges. With prosecutor Thomas Windom at the helm, the Justice Department is investigating Trump’s role in the uprising after his failed presidential bid.reported from Rolling Stones A sign that Trump is feeling the pinch, and the potential indictment is a motivating factor for the former president to resurface.