Trump Chief of Staff Meadows arrested Jan. 6 in contempt of Congress for role

Anyone who follows politics probably figured this news was coming. Mark Meadows, former Congressman and President Trump’s chief of staff, has now been reprimanded.

One thing is certain: the people of Wyoming must vote Liz Cheney out of office as soon as possible.

Here’s the deal via Fox News:

The Jan. 6 House Select Committee to Investigate the Attack on the US Capitol voted 9-0 Monday to recommend former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows for criminal contempt charges after he refused to testify before the panel.

The seven Democrats and two Republicans on the panel voted 9-0 in favor.

The House of Representatives will take the next step to hold Meadows in defiance of Congress with a vote in the Rules Committee Tuesday morning. A plenary vote on the measure could take place on the same day.

Writing in a 51-page report released late Sunday, Bennie Thompson (D-MS), a chair of the Jan. 6 committee, said: “Mr. Meadows has been in contact with at least some of the private individuals who planned and organized a January 6 rally, one of whom is said to have raised security concerns with Mr. Meadows regarding the January 6 events. Mr Meadows used his personal cell phone to discuss the rally in the days leading up to January 6th.”


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