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Mainly dedicated to the 8th public hearing of the House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack, but also covering other new developments, including the Bannon conviction for contempt of Congress, the latest defendant suicide, the anno... more
A synopsis and analysis the seventh public hearing of the House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack, including the significance of the testimony of Pat Cippolone and 34 other witnesses, the draft tweet regarding January sixth, text... more
The fallout from the Hutchinson testimony and the 8.5 hour testimony of Pat Cippolone, the desperate and comically late claims by Steve Bannon and Stewart Rhodes that they really, honestly and sincerely want to testify before the House Select Committ... more
This is one of the most important podcasts in the country right now that few people have heard about. Thank you for doing this! more
Scott does a great job keeping the audience informed with up to date developments on the investigation. I have found no other podcasts out there like this. My only gripe is I wish the sound quality was better, but overall, excellent content.
Scott Koon continues to dig deeply into the January 6, 2021 insurrection. Would love to see his sources cited, but am most thankful that someone thoughtful and lettered continues week by week to work diligently to get to the bottom of what happened that day, who was involved, and why events unfolded as they did.
What a joke, must be real rewarding to raid the houses of middle aged ladies, when you know every one of the trumped up charges you throw at them are complete and utter lies. Seems like they are the actual traitors when they cause more “events” then they have ever stopped, cant even manage to do their job right when other Countries beg them to take the information they have on terrorists.
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