Jan 6 probe receiving a ‘constant infusion of new evidence’

Representative Jamie Raskin (D-MD) said Thursday in MSNBC’s special coverage of the Jan. 6 House Select Committee hearings that the investigation was receiving a “constant infusion of new evidence.”

Raskin said: “We’ve really been hit by the constant infusion of new evidence as new people come forward. I can say that, at least in the part where I’m working with Congresswoman Murphy, there’s a lot of new evidence that I’m checking out this weekend. ”

When asked about members of Congress seeking pardon from then-President Donald Trump, Raskin said: political corruption of the president. I think what we saw in general today was the president trying to subjugate the Department of Justice and his own officials. Remember, these are people he put. These are not liberal deep state people. These were his own people. What he was asking for was so extreme that even they refused to agree to it. He tried to subordinate and subjugate them to being just an instrument of his political corruption in his aims to overthrow the election.”

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