The January 6 Committee has postponed the publication of their investigative report until after the 2022 midterm elections, proving their strategy to use the investigation to punish Republicans at the polls has failed.
Lol after moving its original pub date from September to October, Jan 6 select committee now won't release its report until after the election pic.twitter.com/oOAnkW0TK5— Julie Kelly 🇺🇸 (@julie_kelly2) October 10, 2022
Democrats on the Committee, along with Republicans Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger (who are actively trying to elect Democrats in November after failing to hold onto their own congressional seats), planned to use the investigation against Trump backed Republicans. Through the unfairness of the process and as crime, inflation and illegal immigration continue to climb as top voter concerns, the issue has died off.
YouGov Poll: 60% of registered voters think the economy is getting worse – up 8 points from a month ago.— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) October 9, 2022
Getting better: 11% (-5 from Sept. 5)
Getting worse: 60% (+8)
The Economy: Better/Worse
Hispanic: 13/54https://t.co/6ZArzakaAH pic.twitter.com/iFTLz8LbFA
New Data For Progress (D) poll found that when voters were asked to list the 3 most important issues informing their midterm vote, abortion came in tied for 8th...— InteractivePolls (@IAPolls2022) September 28, 2022
2022 Midterms: Top Motivator
GOP: Inflation 63%
Indie: Inflation 48%
Dem: Abortion 45%https://t.co/OPwiHas3rb pic.twitter.com/a0jyFAQzt8
Meanwhile, the Committee will hold a final hearing on Thursday, October 13.
🗓️ The Select Committee will hold a hearing on Thursday, October 13th at 1:00pmhttps://t.co/C2iySNjKDY— January 6th Committee (@January6thCmte) October 6, 2022
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