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Jan. 6 Committee Using Its Power to Target GOP Donors

'It would also include information regarding individual voting habits, involvement in various coalition groups, and even what political merchandise they liked best... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) The infamous Jan. 6 Committee has deemed it appropriate to target Republican donors who have not disapproved of the 2020 rally strongly enough, American Greatness reported.

D.C. District Circuit Court Judge Timothy J. Kelly and his colleagues have spent two years now running in circles to aid the Justice Department‘s absurd prosecution of Jan. 6 defendants.

Kelly has also routinely executed the will of the House Democrats’ committee of partisan hacks, helping them potentially gain access to the private data of donors to Republican campaigns.

The Republican National Committee asked Kelly to intercede on their behalf at this point.

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“The breadth and invasiveness of the Salesforce Subpoena is astounding,” RNC attorneys wrote.

They also noted that the donors would have to be subjected to vast personal scrutiny.

“It seeks information on vast numbers of Republican donors, volunteers, supporters, and coalition members. If forced to comply, Salesforce would disclose records regarding whether and how individual RNC supporters have responded to emails (including at what time they opened such emails), reacted to specific political messaging, signed any RNC petitions, completed any surveys on specific issues and policy proposals, or responded to specific fundraising appeals,” the RNC letter stated.

“It would also include information regarding individual voting habits, involvement in various coalition groups, and even what political merchandise they liked best.”

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According to committee chairman Bennie Thompson, the entire Trump rally on that fateful day was based upon a lie.

“There is evidence suggesting that numerous defendants charged with violations related to the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol and others present on the Capitol grounds that day were motivated by false claims about the election,” he wrote.

“The Select Committee is seeking information regarding whether and how the Trump campaign used Salesforce’s platform to disseminate false statements about the 2020 election in the weeks leading up to the January 6 attack,” he concluded.

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