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Rioters outside the U.S. Capitol on Jan 6

WHAT REALLY HAPPENED ON

JANUARY 6TH?

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Summary

On January 6th, 2021, a mob attacked the United States Capitol Building in an attempt to block the certification of the presidential election. 

 

After President Donald Trump concluded his speech casting doubt on the integrity of the 2020 election and asking supporters to “walk down to the Capitol” and “take back our country,” a large group began marching towards the Capitol Building. The protesters quickly became violent, beating law enforcement, and demanding Vice President Mike Pence be hanged.

 

The attack resulted in the deaths of 5 Capitol police officers, caused approximately $1.5 million worth of damage to the U.S. Capitol building, and threatened the peaceful transfer of power for the first time in U.S. history. 

 

Since the attack, the bipartisan January 6th Committee has investigated key players that incited the attack and the narratives they used to manipulate the American people. After months of investigation, the committee has released evidence to the American public through hearings. They released their full report with criminal referrals to the Department of Justice in December 2022.

Top Headlines

Jan. 6 panel released Final Report

The 845-page final report of the committee draws on testimony from hundreds of witnesses and thousands of hours of video footage, identifying the key players involved in the attack on the US Capitol and making recommendations on how to prevent such an attack in the future.

Jan. 6 panel urges DOJ to prosecute Trump

The Jan 6 Committee recommended that the DOJ charge Trump with: Insurrection, 18 U.S.C. 2383; Obstruction of an official proceeding, 18 U.S.C. 1512(c); and Conspiracy to defraud the United States government, 18 U.S.C. 371.

The bipartisan Committee also referred a number of top Trump advisors for criminal investigation by DOJ.

 

Lastly, it referred four Members of Congress for censure and investigation by the Ethics Committee for their role in obstructing a U.S. House investigation.

Trump Investigated for Inciting J6

Evidence on Trump's involvement in the J6 Capitol attack.

J6 Committee Criminal Referrals to DOJ 

Full list of people the J6 Committee referred to DOJ for charges. 

Conspiracy Charges & Sentencing

Indictments, charges, and sentences for J6 conspiracists and rioters. 

What Lead Up to "Wild Protest"

Full timeline of events, players, and narratives that incited the riot. 

How Faith Guided Pence Through J6 Attack

First hand testimony from Pence's team on Pence's prayer & comfort during calls on his life.

Committee Hearing Summaries

Complete summaries of evidence presented during the public hearings. 

CHASE THE TRUTH

WITH VIDEO EVIDENCE

Key Moments

J6 Timeline

Minute-by-minute timeline of the events leading up to Jan. 6th attack. 

  • How pre-rally planning involved militia training and ammunition stockpiles in nearby hotels. 

  • Stop the Steal Rally quotes incited a march on the Capitol that turned violent. 

  • How insurgents used well-coordinated crowd surges to overwhelm the Capitol Police. 

Jan 6 Wild Protest

The Push to Find Fraud

Donald Trump assembled a massive pressure operation to find fraud in the 2020 election. Read through key evidence on how he did it. 

Search the Evidence for Yourself

A massive amount of J6 research is at your fingertips. Search the site by topic/keyword to get your question answered. 

KEY PEOPLE

SAVING OUR COUNTRY

Americans agree–we can not let something as unpatriotic as the January 6th riots ever happen again in our country. Violent protests solve nothing, especially when they are against the center of our nation’s capital. As we push to preserve election integrity across the United States, we must protect the processes that have guided our nation for so long and made us the shining city on a hill we are today. We must hold those who would raise a torch to our democracy accountable. 

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