Representative Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill) is claiming it is possible for his colleagues to be responsible for the January 6th riot.
According to Townhall:
Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) may be leaving Congress soon, but we’re still stuck with him being in office for another year then. That means more out of him about January 6 and his role on the select committee, which he was asked about on Sunday’s episode of ABC’s “This Week.”
In a discussion about text messages former White House Chief of State Mark Meadows turned over to the select committee, host Jonathan Karl asked Kinzinger “do you think that some of your Republican colleagues bear direct responsibility for that riot?”
Kinzinger responded “it’s possible,” before adding that “I’m not ready to kind of go to that point yet, because I want to let the facts dictate it.”
Karl pushed back though, encouraging Kinzinger even. “So, let me ask you about that, I know no decision on this has been made, so I’m asking your opinion to be clear. Do you think your colleagues, some of your colleagues should be subpoenaed if they won’t do it voluntarily, should be subpoenaed to testify before the committee,” he asked next.
Kizinger, who is retiring, could be a contender for president in 2024.