Representative Mikie Sherrill, DN.J., said Tuesday she had seen some lawmakers lead people through Congress on the eve of the uprising in what looked like a “patrol” tour and said members would be held accountable.
Sherrill made the comments during a about 13-minute video on Facebook where she discussed her composition on the steps Congress will take to control President Trump and The “responsible person” was accused of causing disturbance.
“I also intend to see that the congressmen who supported him, who were members of the congress with various groups, came into the state agency, which I saw on January 5 to patrol the next day. Violent crowd For the congressmen trying to help our president undermine our democracy, I will see that they are responsible. Cherrill said.
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Congress members did not name any lawmakers or offer further details of what made their actions. It was not clear how she identified “reconnaissance”. The “reconnaissance” involved the next day’s riot, according to Politico.
Her office did not immediately respond to an after-hours email from Fox News.
Sherrill also discussed why she voted for Vice President Mike Pence to call for the 25th Amendment to remove Trump from office.
The measure was passed on Tuesday (223-205) and is seen as symbolic as Pence has already said he will not take any action.The House is expected to vote to impeach the president on Wednesday.
Cherrill also detailed what happened Jan. 6 when pro-Trump protesters raided the city hall, sending Congress into recess and the Capitol building into a blockade, while Members try to vouch for the results of the presidential election to support the president – elect Joe Biden.
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On Tuesday, the FBI and the Justice Department said more than 170 people were charged in connection with the City Hall riot.
According to the report, federal researchers said some of the undisclosed evidence of what happened inside the building had to be “shocking”.
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“FBI men and women are not going to leave a stone in this investigation,” Steven M. Diantuono, assistant director of the FBI’s Washington Field Office, told reporters. “This is a 24/7 comprehensive implementation of what happened that day.”
Fox News’ Bradford Betz contributed to this report.