Mary Trump, the niece of the former president Donald Trump, Calling Republican legislators “traitors” because of their attitude toward investigating the riots on January 6-although she does have two exceptions.
Six months later Supporters of former President Mary Trump rushed into the U.S. Capitol. Mary Trump was her uncle and her strong critic Big familyl, slammed the Republicans for reluctance to investigate the riots
“They are traitors to our country, but they are still allowed to participate in its governance with impunity. We must understand the truth. #January6thCommission,” she added.
However, in a follow-up tweet, she wrote: “Apologize to @RepLizCheney and @RepKinzinger, this is the only exception.”
Representatives Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) and Liz Cheney (R-WY) are the only House of Representatives Republicans Who voted for the Democratic Speaker Nancy PelosiThe House Special Committee investigates plans for the January 6 attack by Trump supporters.
Cheney lost her position as chairman of the House Republican meeting in May after she repeatedly criticized former President Trump and Republican colleagues for supporting his allegations of election fraud.
Kinsinger has repeatedly criticized Republicans They remained silent on Trump’s allegations of election fraud, which triggered violence.
Mary Trump’s criticism came after the failed deal by the more formal bipartisan committee SenateThe House of Representatives subsequently supported a 13-member committee that would include five members after consultation with House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy.
Cheney is the only Republican Pelosi named Participate in Special Committee of the House of Representatives Investigate the riots.
Meanwhile, on Tuesday, the president Joe Biden By saying on Twitter that the attack on the U.S. Capitol “is a test of the survival of our democracy”, it marked that half a year has passed since the riots.
“After half a year, we can clearly declare that democracy has indeed prevailed,” Biden said. “Now, the responsibility of protecting and maintaining democracy falls on all of us.”
On Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Justice stated that “almost all 50 states” had arrested more than 535 defendants, and since January 6, approximately 3 people have been arrested every day.
The statement The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia stated that at least 165 defendants have been accused of assaulting, resisting or obstructing officials or employees.
This figure includes more than 50 people accused of using deadly or dangerous weapons or causing serious bodily harm to police officers.
Weekly newspaper The Republican National Committee and the offices of Kingsinger and Cheney have been contacted for comments.