Another Trump FAMILY MEMBER Speaks to J6 Committee

While it is beginning to seem somewhat hopeless for the liberal left at the moment, what with a massive “red wave” coming to cleanse their majority from the halls of Congress, the Democratic Party still has one fairly obtuse card up their sleeve:  The wide berth of the January 6th Select Committee.

The group, who introduced themselves to the nation under the auspices that they would not focus their attention solely on Donald Trump’s alleged involvement in the “insurrection”,  soon made it clear that they were out for blood, not justice.  Instead of a tight focus on the organization of the groups of people who stormed the Capitol, the probe has used its power to harass characters from all spectrums of Trump’s inner circle.

This is includes a number of Trump family members, the latest being Donald Trump Jr.

Donald Trump Jr. testified Tuesday before the House committee investigating last year’s attack on the Capitol, a person close to the former president’s oldest son said Wednesday.

But the left shouldn’t get their hopes up.

Appearing by videoconference for two hours, Trump Jr. spoke to the panel voluntarily, the source said, adding that the discussion was “pretty uneventful.”

A spokesperson for the committee did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Trump Jr., through a spokesperson, declined to comment.

Politico previously reported on Trump Jr.’s meeting with the committee.

Lawmakers have been eager to question Trump Jr. about his apparent effort to press his father — through then-White House chief of staff Mark Meadows — to quell a pro-Trump mob that stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.

Don Jr. is the third Trump family member to be interviewed by the committee, following his sister Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner.