The special committee of the United States House of Representatives in charge of investigating the assault on the Capitol on January 6 has requested this Thursday the appearance of eleven members of the group Women for America First (Women for America First) for their responsibility in the riots that They occurred that day after the ‘Stop de Steal’ demonstration.
On that list is Amy Kremer, the founder and president of this pro-Trump women’s collective, who was one of the most prominent figures in spreading electoral fraud theories and encouraging congressional representatives to refuse to acknowledge the outcome of the presidential elections in November.
The committee has also requested the appearance of Katrina Pierson, Trump’s former campaign aide for her liaison role between the White House and the rest of the organizers of the former president’s rally prior to the riots, details the NBC network.
“The investigation reveals credible evidence of their participation in said events,” says the subpoena from the committee, which, according to the information collected, the news in the press and the statements of those mentioned, adds that Women for America First “participated in the organization. “and” sponsored the rally in support of former President Trump and his allegations of electoral fraud. “
The committee has requested that all these people deliver an affidavit about their involvement in a series of acts that since the end of October could have served to raise spirits among the tycoon’s followers, including two bus tours to “recruit” protesters for the whole country under the slogan ‘March for Trump’.
In turn, the group’s leadership must present documents on planning, financing and participation in all the acts prior to the assault, in which it is already the second round of subpoenas that the House committee has sent after asking a week ago the appearance of several trusted people of former President Trump.
They are the cases of the former White House Chief of Staff, Mark Meadows; the main counselor, Steve Bannon; Communications Director Dan Scavino; and the Pentagon chief of staff, Kashyap Patel.