The next public Information from the House Select Committee on the January 6 uprising will be broadcast at prime time on Thursday, July 21, at 5 p.m. Pacific, 8 p.m. Eastern. You don’t need a cable subscription to watch — this official presentation of what the committee found during their investigation is free for all to see.
WIRED continues to cover the January 6 attacks of last year in Washington, DC including the role Google Geolocation Data play the cop who arrests the rioters and how the committee hearing goes designed to grab your attention.
How to stay tuned for 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, portions of the committee’s upcoming hearing are expected to be broadcast live. next. (Don’t forget that most broadcast channels can be played for free with the help of a digital antenna.)
Want to watch the hearing on your computer or smartphone? Register Committee YouTube channel January 6 Probably your best bet to capture all the information as it is presented live. Missed the previous seven hearings? You can watch all of the January 6 hearings without any guesswork or interruption on that YouTube channel.
What should you expect?
In one recent interview on “Face the Nation,” Adam Kinzinger, Republican representative and bipartisan committee member, said, “I’ll give you this preview, the president doesn’t do much but has fun watching. television in this timeframe.”
According to CNN, Matthew Pottinger and Sarah Matthews are two of those who will testify on Thursday. Pottinger was Trump’s deputy national security adviser until he sudden resignation after the riot. Matthews served as a press assistant to Trump; she also resigned the night of January 6.
About a week before the upcoming hearing, the committee issue a subpoena to the Secret Service regarding deleted text messages. Hearing number eight is expected to be the final presentation of the committee. Analysis of previous hearingsWIRED contributing editor Garrett M. Graff wrote, “Overall, the committee painted a much more organized and coherent picture of the administration’s efforts than one might imagine. .”
The police have arrested hundreds of people related to the riots in the capital. It remains unclear whether Trump will face criminal charges. With the prosecutor Thomas Windom leadsThe Justice Department is investigating Trump’s role in the uprising following his failed presidential bid. Report from Rolling Stone shows that Trump feels the heat, and the possibility of prosecution was one of the factors that pushed the former president to throw his hat on the ring again.