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The Jan. 6 Committee Final Report: A Historic Document on a Dark Day


How to Download the Jan 6 Report and Why It Matters




On December 22, 2022, the House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol released their final report on the deadly insurrection that shook the nation and threatened democracy. The report, which is over 800 pages long, details the causes, events, and consequences of the riot, as well as provides recommendations to prevent future attacks and protect the peaceful transfer of power. In this article, we will explain what the Jan 6 report is, how you can download it, and why it matters to read it.


What is the Jan 6 Report?




The Jan 6 report is the product of an extensive investigation by a bipartisan committee of nine members of Congress, led by Chairman Bennie Thompson (D-MS) and Vice Chair Liz Cheney (R-WY). The committee was formed in June 2021 to examine the facts and circumstances surrounding the violent assault on the Capitol by a mob of supporters of former President Donald Trump, who refused to accept his defeat in the 2020 presidential election.




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A summary of the report's findings and recommendations




The report's executive summary, which was released on December 19, 2022, outlines four key findings and eleven recommendations based on the committee's work. The findings are:



  • Trump incited an attack on his own government by spreading false claims of election fraud, pressuring state officials to overturn the results, urging his supporters to "fight like hell" at a rally on January 6, and failing to stop the violence once it began.



  • The attack on the Capitol was foreseeable and preventable, but there were widespread failures of intelligence, security, planning, and coordination among federal, state, and local authorities.



  • The rioters were motivated by a mix of political grievances, conspiracy theories, extremist ideologies, and personal factors, and they were organized and mobilized by various groups and individuals online and offline.



  • The attack on the Capitol had serious and lasting consequences for American democracy, national security, public safety, and public health, as well as for the lives and livelihoods of those who were directly or indirectly affected by it.



The recommendations are:



  • Bar Trump from holding public office again under the 14th Amendment.



  • Strengthen criminal penalties for obstructing a peaceful transfer of power.



  • Protect election workers from threats and harassment.



  • Enhance oversight and accountability of the Capitol Police.



  • Promote responsible media coverage of elections and democracy.



  • Clarify the scope and limits of the Insurrection Act.



  • Improve coordination and communication for National Special Security Events.



  • Reform the Electoral Count Act to prevent future challenges to certified electoral votes.



  • Create a permanent commission on domestic terrorism.



  • Establish a national commission on January 6th.



  • Increase civic education and engagement to foster a more informed and active citizenry.



A timeline of the events leading up to and during the Capitol riot




The report also provides a detailed chronology of how the attack on the Capitol unfolded, starting from November 3, 2020, when Trump lost the election to Joe Biden, until January 7, 2021, when Congress certified Biden's victory. Some of the key dates and events are:



DateEvent


Nov. 3-4Trump falsely claims he won the election and accuses Democrats of stealing it through fraud. He files lawsuits in several states to challenge the results.


Nov. 7Biden is projected to win the election by major media outlets. Trump refuses to concede and continues to allege fraud.


Nov. 23The General Services Administration (GSA) formally recognizes Biden as the president-elect and allows the transition process to begin.


Dec. 8The "safe harbor" deadline for states to certify their election results and resolve any disputes passes. All 50 states and the District of Columbia have certified Biden's win.


Dec. 11The Supreme Court rejects a lawsuit filed by Texas and backed by Trump that seeks to overturn the results in four battleground states.


Dec. 14The Electoral College meets and confirms Biden's victory with 306 electoral votes to Trump's 232.


Dec. 19Trump tweets "Big protest in D.C. on January 6th. Be there, will be wild!" He also calls on his supporters to "Stop the Steal" of the election.


Jan. 2Trump pressures Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger in a phone call to "find" enough votes to overturn his loss in the state.


Jan. 3Trump meets with Vice President Mike Pence and other allies at the White House to discuss his options to challenge the electoral count on January 6th.


Jan. 4Thousands of Trump supporters begin to arrive in Washington, D.C. for planned rallies and protests on January 5th and 6th.


Jan. 5Trump speaks at a rally near the White House and urges his supporters to "fight" for him and march to the Capitol the next day.


Jan. 6Congress convenes in a joint session at 1 p.m. to count and certify the electoral votes. Pence presides over the session and rejects Trump's demand to overturn the results. Several Republican lawmakers object to the certification of some states, triggering debates and votes in both chambers.


Around 1:15 p.m., a large crowd of Trump supporters breaches the security barriers around the Capitol and clashes with the police. Some of them break into the building through windows and doors, while others scale the walls and scaffolding.


Around 2:15 p.m., the rioters reach the Senate chamber, which has been evacuated minutes earlier. They also enter the House chamber, where lawmakers, staff, and journalists are still sheltering in place.


Around 2:24 p.m., Trump tweets "Mike Pence didn't have the courage to do what should have been done to protect our Country and our Constitution, giving States a chance to certify a corrected set of facts, not the fraudulent or inaccurate ones which they were asked to previously certify. USA demands the truth!"


Around 2:38 p.m., Trump tweets "Please support our Capitol Police and Law Enforcement. They are truly on the side of our Country. Stay peaceful!"


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Around 3:13 p.m., Trump tweets a video message in which he repeats his false claims of election fraud, tells the rioters "we love you" and "you're very special", but also asks them to "go home".


Around 4 p.m., the National Guard and other law enforcement agencies arrive at the Capitol to reinforce the security and clear out the rioters.


Around 5:40 p.m., the Capitol is declared secure by the authorities.


Around 8 p.m., Congress resumes its session and completes the certification of Biden's win around 3:40 a.m. on January 7th.


The attack on the Capitol results in five deaths, including a Capitol Police officer, and more than 140 injuries among law enforcement officers and civilians. It also causes signi


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