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WATCH: Adam Kinzinger Says He Wants Testimony From Mike Pence, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Other Members Of Congress

WATCH: Adam Kinzinger Says He Wants Testimony From Mike Pence, Marjorie Taylor Greene, Other Members Of Congress

The January 6th Committee’s promised public hearings are looming, and Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) shared some of his views on Sunday, including that he’s in favor of issuing subpoenas to force Member so Congress to testify, and named a few of the people he believes should give testimony. He also issued a warning to one Member by name, and perhaps implicitly to others.

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Kinzinger appeared on Meet The Press, where he explained that the question of subpoenas for Members of Congress will rest in large part on whether it will be possible to compel testimony, and do so in time for that testimony to do any good. With midterm elections coming up, and the potential for Republicans to take over the House and subvert the investigation, time is at a premium.

He also said that he’d like to hear testimony from both Mike Pence and Marjorie Taylor Greene, as well as other Members of Congress, though he declined to name names, merely saying, “I think everyone needs to come talk to us. We’ve requested information from various members.”

As for Greene, Kinzinger takes issue with her claim that she was a victim, rather than a perpetrator, of the day’s events.

“It’s amazing how folks like her attack everybody,” he said, listing incidents in which Greene has been named as the aggressor, including when she pursued a school shooting survivor down the sidewalks of D.C., and when she shouted at another Congresswoman through her office mail slot.

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“And then when Marjorie Taylor Greene is confronted, shes all of a sudden a victim and a poor helpless Congresswoman just trying to do her job,” he finished, adding a warning. “History is not going to judge her, or people like her that are buying the Big Lie, well.”

He wouldn’t comment on the text messages specifically, but affirmed that the Committee “knows some things” regarding the Congresswoman.

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