Liz Cheney Squashes Rick Wilson Rumor That 1/6 Committee Subpoenas Won’t Be Enforced

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1/6 Committee Vice-Chair Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) squashed a rumor that 1/6 Committee subpoenas will not be enforced.

The rumor was tweeted by The Lincoln Project’s Rick Wilson that subpoenas on presidential staff members would not be enforced.

Rep. Cheney replied:

This is not correct. 1/6 Committee is generating substantial progress and we will implement subpoenas. Committee statement coming shortly.

— Rep. Liz Cheney (@RepLizCheney) Oct 8, 2021

A determination not to implement the subpoenas would go in opposition to everything that committee members have been indicating for the previous 7 days. There is no motive for them not to implement the subpoenas. The White Home is performing with the Committee, Trump’s govt privilege declare appears to be legally dubious at very best, and there is very little halting the Committee from implementing the subpoenas.

Rick Wilson’s rumor took off on Twitter, but it was unsourced and did not make sense.

The rumor appears like 3rd-hand DC gossip that is more wishful imagining than real actuality. It is uncertain that the 1/6 Committee would inform Rick Wilson their intentions on subpoenas.

Rep. Cheney is the Vice-Chair of the Committee, so if any person is aware of their intentions, it is her.


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