1. Rep. Tim Ryan: Probe Underway On Whether Members Gave Capitol Tours To Rioters  NPR
  2. A ‘Stop the Steal’ organizer, now banned by Twitter, said three GOP lawmakers helped plan his D.C. rally  The Washington Post
  3. GOP lawmakers' fiery language under more scrutiny after deadly Capitol riot  CNN
  4. Thomas L. Friedman: Trump is blowing apart the GOP. God bless him.  Salt Lake Tribune
  5. Republicans Are Close to Losing Georgia for Good  Bloomberg
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The Ohio Democrat says investigators are looking into whether "potentially members of Congress" gave tours to pro-Trump rioters prior to the breach of the U.S. Capitol.The Ohio Democrat says investigators are looking into whether "potentially members of Congress" gave tours to pro-Trump rioters prior to the breach of the U.S. Capitol.

Rep. Tim Ryan: Probe Underway On Whether Members Gave Capitol Tours To Rioters : Insurrection At The Capitol: Live Updates : NPR

Probe underway to identify GOP members who gave tours details emerges from 6 January attackProbe underway to identify GOP members who gave tours details emerges from 6 January attack

Democratic lawmakers warn Capitol rioters had ‘inside assistance’ as details emerge from insurrection | The Independent

The clip, which was originally posted live on Periscope last week by reporter Jeremy Lee Quinn, shows a dozen pro-Trump insurrectionists hatching a detailed plan inside the Capitol.The clip, which was originally posted live on Periscope last week by reporter Jeremy Lee Quinn, shows a dozen pro-Trump insurrectionists hatching a detailed plan inside the Capitol.

MAGA rioters caught on video discussing floor plans and police positioning inside the Capitol | Daily Mail Online

New Jersey Representative Mikie Sherrill made the assertion on a Facebook live broadcast and has asked "certain agencies" to investigate her claim.New Jersey Representative Mikie Sherrill made the assertion on a Facebook live broadcast and has asked "certain agencies" to investigate her claim.

Did Members of Congress Provide 'Reconnaissance Tours' Before Capitol Riots?

Rep. Mikie Sherrill D-N.J. said Tuesday she witnessed some lawmakers leading people through the Capitol on Jan. 5, which she deemed "reconnaissance" prior to the next day's violent siege that left 5 people dead.Rep. Mikie Sherrill D-N.J. said Tuesday she witnessed some lawmakers leading people through the Capitol on Jan. 5, which she deemed "reconnaissance" prior to the next day's violent siege that left 5 people dead.

It's been one week since President Trump incited a mob of MAGA cultists, white nationalists, QAnon conspiracy theorists, and happy-go-lucky GOP terror tourists to storm the United States Capitol in a brute force attempt to overturn President-elect…It's been one week since President Trump incited a mob of MAGA cultists, white nationalists, QAnon conspiracy theorists, and happy-go-lucky GOP terror tourists to storm the United States Capitol in a brute force attempt to overturn President-elect…

House Democrats are hinting pretty damn hard that Trump's Capitol insurrectionists had inside help

Lives could once again be endangered, days before the Capitol braces for crowds at the Biden inauguration.

Top lawmakers alarmed by torrent of new threats - POLITICO

The assault on the Capitol has left lawmakers feeling increasingly vulnerable about their security.The assault on the Capitol has left lawmakers feeling increasingly vulnerable about their security.

Rep. Mikie Sherrill broadcast this thirteen-and-a-half minute video on social media, Tuesday, Jan. 12. Toward the end of the video, she says some members of Congress led people on a "reconnaissance" tour of the Capitol.Rep. Mikie Sherrill broadcast this thirteen-and-a-half minute video on social media, Tuesday, Jan. 12. Toward the end of the video, she says some members of Congress led people on a "reconnaissance" tour of the Capitol.

Full video: Mikie Sherrill social media broadcast from Jan. 12, 2021

This time the fury enveloping the U.S. Capitol comes not from an insurgent mob but from within. The anger on display is searing — Democrat against Republican; Republican against Republican; legislators of both parties against the catastrophic security failure that left top leaders of the government vulnerable to last week’s violence as well as to […]This time the fury enveloping the U.S. Capitol comes not from an insurgent mob but from within. The anger on display is searing — Democrat against Republican; Republican against Republican; legisla…

Lawmakers furious over U.S. Capitol attack, catastrophic security failure | KTLA

A New Jersey congresswomen said Tuesday she witnessed unidentified members of Congress lead “reconnaissance” tours the day before the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol by supporters of President Donald Trump.U.S. Rep. Mikie Sherrill, a D...A New Jersey congresswomen said Tuesday she witnessed unidentified members of Congress lead “reconnaissance” tours the day before the deadly attack on the U.S. Capitol by supporters of President Donald Trump.U.S. Rep. Mikie Sherrill, a D...

NJ Congresswoman: Capitol Hill Lawmakers Led 'Reconnaissance Tours' Day Before Deadly Riots | Hackensack Daily Voice

A North Jersey congresswoman says she saw fellow representatives giving tours to people who a day later would participate in the U.S. Capitol attack by some Trump supporters.A North Jersey congresswoman says she saw fellow representatives giving tours to people who a day later would participate in the U.S. Capitol attack by some Trump supporters.

Rep. Mikie Sherrill is claiming that members of Congress led people through the Capitol on a "reconnaissance" mission a day before last week's riot. Sherrill, a New Jersey Democrat, took... Politics News Summaries. | NewserMikie Sherrill says she saw lawmakers leading people through Capitol on 'reconnaissance' mission

Dem Lawmaker Claims Capitol Raid Was an Inside Job

Rep. Mikie Sherill (D-NJ) said she saw Republican members of Congress leading groups of people on what she called “reconnaissance tours” of the U.S. Capitol one day before the January 6 insurrection by mobs of pro-Trump domestic terrorists. She did not name those members. Said Sherill during a live webcast: “We can’t have a democracy […]

Rep. Mikie Sherill (D-NJ) Says She Saw GOP Members of Congress Giving 'Reconnaissance Tours' of U.S. Capitol on January 5, One Day Before Attack: WATCH - Towleroad Gay News

Congressman Mo Brooks released an almost 3,000-word statement defending his speech that is now the focus of a censure resolution.Congressman Mo Brooks released an almost 3,000-word statement defending his speech that is now the focus of a censure resolution.

Mo Brooks releases lengthy statement defending himself from censure resolution - Yellowhammer News | Yellowhammer News

After receiving death threats, Republicans say they’re afraid to vote to impeach.After receiving death threats, Republicans say they’re afraid to vote to impeach.

House Republicans say they won’t impeach Trump because of death threats - Vox

"We four schemed up of putting maximum pressure on Congress while they were voting," Ali Alexander said in a since-deleted video on Periscope."We four schemed up of putting maximum pressure on Congress while they were voting," Ali Alexander said in a since-deleted video on Periscope.

‘Stop the Steal’ organizer: Three GOP lawmakers helped plan Washington rally

Official site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and gossip, and political cartoons. More than 30 House Democrats on Wednesday signed a letter asking Capitol security officials to launch an "immediate investigation into the suspicious behavior and access given to visitors to the Capitol" the day before a mob of President Trump's supports stormed the building. The signees said many of them, including those who were trained during their time in the military to recognize "suspicious behavior," witnessed more visitors than usual, especially in light of coronavirus pandemic restrictions, to the Capitol on Jan. 5. In fact, the tours were "so concerning" they were reported to the sergeant-at-arms. The latter states that the people in the Capitol appeared to be part of the mob that marched to the grounds from the White House the next day, and that they "seemed to have an unusually detailed knowledge of the layout of the Capitol." The rest of the letter echoes allegations made earlier Wednesday by Rep. Mikie Sherrill (D-N.J.), who spearheaded the investigation request. Sherrill said she believes the visitors were on a reconnaissance mission and were aided by members of Congress. The Democrats want security officials to look into guest logs that could provide any information on who may signed into the complex, as well as who granted access. Tim O'Donnell "These tours were so concerning they were reported to the Sergeant at Arms on January 5th," say a group of Democratic Hous members. If that's the case, there should be a written record. We're going to learn quite a bit over the coming weeks and months. https://t.co/IkQvKJfofV — Jacob Rubashkin (@JacobRubashkin) January 13, 2021

34 House Democrats call for investigation of 'concerning' Capitol tours day before riot

Rep. Mikie Sherrill (D-N.J.) has accused her Republican colleagues of leading "reconnaissance" tours through the Capitol the day before President Trump supporters attacked the building.Sherrill is among a bipartisan majority of the House demanding Trump's removal via the 25th amendment or impeachment. And as the former prosecutor made clear during a Facebook Live broadcast Wednesday, she also wants to make sure Republican members of Congress who "incited this violent crime" are "held accountable," though she didn't list specific names."We can't have a democracy if members of Congress are actively helping the president overturn the election results," Sherrill said Wednesday. So while she supports efforts to remove Trump, Sherrill also "intend[s] to see that those members of Congress who abetted him, those members of Congress who had groups coming through the Capitol that I saw on Jan. 5, on reconnaissance for the next day" are "held accountable" and perhaps even removed from office.> BREAKING: Rep. Mikie Sherrill (D-NJ), a Navy veteran and Annapolis grad who sits on the House Armed Services Committee, said she saw fellow members of Congress "who had groups coming through the Capitol that I saw on Jan. 5, a reconnaissance for the next day." pic.twitter.com/YbZkW1qq7T> > — John Kruzel (@johnkruzel) January 13, 2021Vice President Mike Pence said Wednesday night that he wouldn't invoke the 25th Amendment to remove Trump from the presidency. Democrats are pressing forward with another impeachment effort against Trump, this time with the support of one of the body's most powerful Republicans.More stories from theweek.com Do Democrats realize the danger they are in? America's rendezvous with reality What 'Blue Lives Matter' was always aboutRep. Mikie Sherrill (D-N.J.) has accused her Republican colleagues of leading "reconnaissance" tours through the Capitol the day before President Trump supporters attacked the building.Sherrill is among a bipartisan majority of the House demanding Trump's removal via the 25th amendment or impeachment. And as the former prosecutor made clear during a Facebook Live broadcast Wednesday, she also wants to make sure Republican members of Congress who "incited this violent crime" are "held accountable," though she didn't list specific names."We can't have a democracy if members of Congress are actively helping the president overturn the election results," Sherrill said Wednesday. So while she supports efforts to remove Trump, Sherrill also "intend[s] to see that those members of Congress who abetted him, those members of Congress who had groups coming through the Capitol that I saw on Jan. 5, on reconnaissance for the next day" are "held accountable" and perhaps even removed from office.> BREAKING: Rep. Mikie Sherrill (D-NJ), a Navy veteran and Annapolis grad who sits on the House Armed Services Committee, said she saw fellow members of Congress "who had groups coming through the Capitol that I saw on Jan. 5, a reconnaissance for the next day." pic.twitter.com/YbZkW1qq7T> > — John Kruzel (@johnkruzel) January 13, 2021Vice President Mike Pence said Wednesday night that he wouldn't invoke the 25th Amendment to remove Trump from the presidency. Democrats are pressing forward with another impeachment effort against Trump, this time with the support of one of the body's most powerful Republicans.More stories from theweek.com Do Democrats realize the danger they are in? America's rendezvous with reality What 'Blue Lives Matter' was always about

GOP congressmembers led 'reconnaissance' tours through Capitol before attack, Democrat says

"Those members who attempted to help our president undermine our democracy, I'm going to see that they're held accountable.""Those members who attempted to help our president undermine our democracy, I'm going to see that they're held accountable."

Rep. Mikie Sherrill Leads Demand for Probe of GOP Colleagues Who Gave 'Reconnaissance' Tours to Capitol Invaders | Common Dreams News

Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill (D-NJ11) dropped a bombshell at the end of a Facebook Live session on her plans to vote again to impeach President Donald J. Trump: That some of her fellow members of Congress may have aided the January 6 attack on the Capitol by giving building tours to groups the day before. “We […]

Sherrill Hints That Some Reps May Have Aided Capitol Rioters - MyVeronaNJ - MyVeronaNJ

Dozens of members of Congress sent a letter to Capitol security officials on Wednesday, demanding information on the unusually high number of visitors granted access to the building on Tuesday of last week, one day before a pro-Trump mob stormed the facility.Dozens of members of Congress sent a letter to Capitol security officials on Wednesday, demanding information on the unusually high number of visitors granted access to the building on Tuesday of last week, one day before a pro-Trump mob stormed the facility.

Members of Congress want Capitol visitors from day before riot probed - The Boston Globe

Representative Mikie Sherrill (D-N.J.) made the allegations in a Facebook Live video Tuesday while explaining to her constituents why she was voting to impeach President Trump.Representative Mikie Sherrill (D-N.J.) made the allegations in a Facebook Live video Tuesday while explaining to her constituents why she was voting to impeach President Trump.

N.J. Rep. Mikie Sherrill says lawmakers led insurgent groups through Capitol before riot - New York Daily News

New Jersey Congresswoman Mikie Sherrill said in a 13-minute Facebook video that she witnessed members of Congress escorting people through the Capitol last Tuesday, describing it as "reconnaissance" ahead of the next day’s violence.

NJ congresswoman alleges Congress members gave 'reconnaissance' tours day before Capitol violence

More than two dozen representatives are formally requesting an investigation into “the suspicious behavior and access given to visitors to the Capitol Complex” the day before violent pro-Trump rioters stormed the building.More than two dozen representatives are formally requesting an investigation into “the suspicious behavior and access given to visitors to the Capitol Complex” the day before violent pro-Trump rioters stormed the building.

Lawmakers ask for investigation into identity of Capitol tour guests on January 5

The day before the attack on the U.S. Capitol, Rep. Mikie Sherrill (D-NJ) said that she witnessed some of the insurrectionists doing what she thinks was a "reconnaissance" tour of the building, Politico reported. Republicans who participated in the "Stop the Steal" rally with President Donald Tr...The day before the attack on the U.S. Capitol, Rep. Mikie Sherrill (D-NJ) said that she witnessed some of the insurrectionists doing what she thinks was a "reconnaissance" tour of the building, Politico reported. Republicans who participated in the "Stop the Steal" rally with President Donald Tr...

Congresswoman witnessed insurrectionists doing a 'reconnaissance tour' before the attack on the Capitol - Raw Story - Celebrating 16 Years of Independent Journalism

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Two House Democrats have proposed that Congress censure U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks, arguing that his remarks at a rally of President Donald Trump’s supporters incited the mob that... MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Two House Democrats have proposed that Congress censure U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks, arguing that his remarks at a rally of President Donald Trump’s supporters incited the mob that...

Some lawmakers led people through the Capitol the day before the riot in what appeared to be a reconnaissance tour, Rep. Mikie Sherrill said in a Facebook post, vowing that those members will be held accountable...Some lawmakers led people through the Capitol the day before the riot in what appeared to be a "reconnaissance" tour, Rep. Mikie Sherrill said in a Facebook post, vowing that those members will be held accountable...

Rep. Sherrill: Some Lawmakers Led 'Reconnaissance' Tour Day Before Siege | Newsmax.com

At least 60 members of the 117th Congress have reported positive coronavirus tests, many of them in recent weeks.At least 60 members of the 117th Congress have reported positive coronavirus tests, many of them in recent weeks.

Several Republicans were offered masks, but refused them, while in close quarters during the breach by Trump supporters.Several Republicans were offered masks, but refused them, while in close quarters during the breach by Trump supporters.

Rep. Jayapal: Unmasked Republicans Made Capitol Breach a "Superspreader Event"

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It is unclear whether their decisions will have a lasting impact.It is unclear whether their decisions will have a lasting impact.

Republicans face growing corporate backlash after Capitol assault - Business - The Jakarta Post

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Tuesday the Alabama NAACP called for Congressman Mo Brooks to resign after giving a speech at President Trump's rally hours before rioters stormed the capitol building. That organization is not alone.Tuesday the Alabama NAACP called for Congressman Mo Brooks to resign after giving a speech at President Trump’s rally hours before rioters stormed the capitol building. That organization is n…

Alabama Democratic Party Chairman says Brooks should resign | WHNT.com

A coalition of more than 30 House Democrats is calling for an investigation into "suspicious" Capitol tours that took place the day before last Wednesday’s deadly attack from a mob of Trump supporters.A coalition of more than 30 House Democrats is calling for an investigation into "suspicious" Capitol tours that took place the day before last Wednesday’s deadly attack from a mob of Trump

House Democrats call for investigation into 'suspicious' Capitol tours day before riot | TheHill

A coalition of more than 30 House Democrats is calling for an investigation into "suspicious" Capitol tours that took place the day before last Wednesday’s deadly attack from a mob of Trump supporters.A coalition of more than 30 House Democrats is calling for an investigation into "suspicious" Capitol tours that took place the day before last Wednesday’s deadly attack from a mob of Trump

House Democrats call for investigation into 'suspicious' Capitol tours day before riot | TheHill

A New Jersey congresswoman accused some lawmakers of leading groups around the Capitol for “reconnaissance” a day before the riot carried out by a pro-Trump mob.A New Jersey congresswoman accused some lawmakers of leading groups around the Capitol for “reconnaissance” a day before the riot carried out by a pro-Trump mob. Rep. Mikie Sherrill (D-NJ) said

NJ Rep. says lawmakers held 'reconnaissance' tours before Capitol riot

In the wake of last Wednesday's chaos at the Capitol, two members of congress are attempting to censure Alabama's 5th district Representative Mo Brooks. They say his speech prior to the attack on the Capitol helped provoke last week's attack.. The resolution says Brooks’ actions brought shame on the U. S. House of Representatives and jeopardized the safety of its members and staff.In the wake of last Wednesday's chaos at the Capitol, two members of congress are attempting to censure Alabama's 5th district Representative Mo Brooks. They say his speech prior to the attack on the Capitol helped provoke last week's attack.. The resolution says Brooks’ actions brought shame on the U. S. House of Representatives and jeopardized the safety of its members and staff.

Two members of congress call for censure of Mo Brooks over Capitol rally statements | WPMI

Two members of congress call for censure of Mo Brooks over Capitol rally statements

“I certainly do not think that Mo would want to hurt someone, but there are consequences to our words."“I certainly do not think that Mo would want to hurt someone, but there are consequences to our words."

Two members of Congress file resolution to censure Congressmen Mo Brooks

Ali Alexander, a YouTuber, has named Congress members who allowed for access to violent riot.Ali Alexander, a YouTuber, has named Congress members who allowed for access to violent riot.

Black supporter of the president calls out lawmakers who helped riot

Rep. Mikie Sherrill says she saw GOP colleagues giving “reconnaissance” tours the day before the breach of the Capitol.Rep. Mikie Sherrill says she saw GOP colleagues giving “reconnaissance” tours the day before the breach of the Capitol.

GOP Reps Accused of Giving “Reconnaissance” Tours of Capitol Before Mob Attack

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New Jersey Democrat says members of Congress led 'reconnaissance' tours ahead of riot | TheHill

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New Jersey Democrat says members of Congress led 'reconnaissance' tours ahead of riot | TheHill