Del. Stacey Plaskett On FBI Director Wray’s Senate Hearing Today | Stephanie Ruhle | MSNBC 1

Del. Stacey Plaskett On FBI Director Wray’s Senate Hearing Today | Stephanie Ruhle | MSNBC

 

FBI Director Christopher Wray will be testifying about the attack on the Capitol building today. Someone who has looked into the attack closer than anyone, former House impeachment manager Stacey Plaskett, joins Stephanie Ruhle on the key questions that still need to be answered. Aired on 3/02/2021.
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Del. Stacey Plaskett On FBI Director Wray’s Senate Hearing Today | Stephanie Ruhle | MSNBC

66 comments

  1. Roger Stone has his “Dirty Trickster” fingerprints all over the attack on the Capitol… time will tell.

    1. @evil khor Your either a Fool or a Troll. AND FYI there is no organized group called Antifa.
      I hope you are Anti Fascist. I am.

  2. Donald Trump is the ultimate con man.
    After all, he conned his way all the way to the Oval Office.
    Are we learning yet?

    1. He wants to come back . Power and immunity is so tempting . Like he always says : I am going to play the GOP like a fiddle

  3. IN ORDER TO HAVE ACCOUNTABILITY, YOU MUST HAVE CONVICTIONS TO THE FULLEST EXTENT OF THE LAW PERIOD

    1. For the events that took place in cities all across the country over the last 10 months, especially in Portland and Seattle.

    2. @A T
      Gramps get a life and find a proper parallel.
      Even your compatriots have stopped using that non comparison.

    3. THERE WILL BE…..THOSE THAT GOT ARRESTED….WILL BE SPENDING MANY YEARS IN PRISON…..BECAUSE AG GARLAND WILL SEE THAT HAPPEN….KNOW IT

  4. brilliantly said, ty both. and don’t forget the politicians and other individuals who participated in inciting that crowd!

    1. And continuing the lie, former trump kept circulating about the presidential election of 2020, that trump lost.

    2. Yes, such as all of those fox news (?) Types who are enablers of the white supremacists and fascist terrorists in our country.

    3. Here’s a list of the traitors:
      – Donald J Trump
      – Don Trump Jr
      – Rudy Giuliani
      U.S. Senate –
      – Tommy Tuberville, Ala.
      – Rick Scott, Fla.
      – Roger Marshall, Kan.
      – John Kennedy, La.
      – Cindy Hyde-Smith, Miss.
      – Josh Hawley, Mo.
      – Ted Cruz, Texas
      – Cynthia Lummis, Wyo.
      U.S. House of Representatives –
      – Robert B. Aderholt, Ala.
      – Mo Brooks, Ala.
      – Jerry Carl, Ala.
      – Barry Moore, Ala.
      – Gary Palmer, Ala.
      – Mike Rogers, Ala.
      – Andy Biggs, Ariz.
      – Paul Gosar, Ariz.
      – Debbie Lesko, Ariz.
      – David Schweikert, Ariz.
      – Rick Crawford, Ark.
      – Ken Calvert, Calif.
      – Mike Garcia, Calif.
      – Darrell Issa, Calif.
      – Doug LaMalfa, Calif.
      – Kevin McCarthy, Calif.
      – Devin Nunes, Calif.
      – Jay Obernolte, Calif.
      – Lauren Boebert, Colo.
      – Doug Lamborn, Colo.
      – Kat Cammack, Fla.
      – Mario Diaz-Balart, Fla.
      – Byron Donalds, Fla.
      – Neal Dunn, Fla.
      – Scott Franklin, Fla.
      – Matt Gaetz, Fla.
      – Carlos Gimenez, Fla.
      – Brian Mast, Fla.
      – Bill Posey, Fla.
      – John Rutherford, Fla.
      – Greg Steube, Fla.
      – Daniel Webster, Fla.
      – Rick Allen, Ga.
      – Earl L. “Buddy” Carter, Ga.
      – Andrew Clyde, Ga.
      – Marjorie Taylor Greene, Ga.
      – Jody Hice, Ga.
      – Barry Loudermilk, Ga.
      – Russ Fulcher, Idaho
      – Mike Bost, Ill.
      – Mary Miller, Ill.
      – Jim Baird, Ind.
      – Jim Banks, Ind.
      – Greg Pence, Ind.
      – Jackie Walorski, Ind.
      – Ron Estes, Kan.
      – Jacob LaTurner, Kan.
      – Tracey Mann, Kan.
      – Harold Rogers, Ky.
      – Garret Graves, La.
      – Clay Higgins, La.
      – Mike Johnson, La.
      – Steve Scalise, La.
      – Andy Harris, Md.
      – Jack Bergman, Mich.
      – Lisa McClain, Mich.
      – Tim Walberg, Mich.
      – Michelle Fischbach, Minn.
      – Jim Hagedorn, Minn.
      – Michael Guest, Miss.
      – Trent Kelly, Miss.
      – Steven Palazzo, Miss.
      – Sam Graves, Mo.
      – Vicky Hartzler, Mo.
      – Billy Long, Mo.
      – Blaine Luetkemeyer, Mo.
      – Jason Smith, Mo.
      – Matt Rosendale, Mont.
      – Dan Bishop, N.C.
      – Ted Budd, N.C.
      – Madison Cawthorn, N.C.
      – Virginia Foxx, N.C.
      – Richard Hudson, N.C.
      – Gregory F. Murphy, N.C.
      – David Rouzer, N.C.
      – Jeff Van Drew, N.J.
      – Yvette Herrell, N.M.
      – Chris Jacobs, N.Y.
      – Nicole Malliotakis, N.Y.
      – Elise M. Stefanik, N.Y.
      – Lee Zeldin, N.Y.
      – Adrian Smith, Neb.
      – Steve Chabot, Ohio
      – Warren Davidson, Ohio
      – Bob Gibbs, Ohio
      – Bill Johnson, Ohio
      – Jim Jordan, Ohio
      – Stephanie Bice, Okla.
      – Tom Cole, Okla.
      – Kevin Hern, Okla.
      – Frank Lucas, Okla.
      – Markwayne Mullin, Okla.
      – Cliff Bentz, Ore.
      – John Joyce, Pa.
      – Fred Keller, Pa.
      – Mike Kelly, Pa.
      – Daniel Meuser, Pa.
      – Scott Perry, Pa.
      – Guy Reschenthaler, Pa.
      – Lloyd Smucker, Pa.
      – Glenn Thompson, Pa.
      – Jeff Duncan, S.C.
      – Ralph Norman, S.C.
      – Tom Rice, S.C.
      – William Timmons, S.C.
      – Joe Wilson, S.C.
      – Tim Burchett, Tenn.
      – Scott DesJarlais, Tenn.
      – Chuck Fleischmann, Tenn.
      – Mark E. Green, Tenn.
      – Diana Harshbarger, Tenn.
      – David Kustoff, Tenn.
      – John Rose, Tenn.
      – Jodey Arrington, Texas
      – Brian Babin, Texas
      – Michael C. Burgess, Texas
      – John R. Carter, Texas
      – Michael Cloud, Texas
      – Pat Fallon, Texas
      – Louie Gohmert, Texas
      – Lance Gooden, Texas
      – Ronny Jackson, Texas
      – Troy Nehls, Texas
      – August Pfluger, Texas
      – Pete Sessions, Texas
      – Beth Van Duyne, Texas
      – Randy Weber, Texas
      – Roger Williams, Texas
      – Ron Wright, Texas
      – Burgess Owens, Utah
      – Chris Stewart, Utah
      – Ben Cline, Va.
      – Bob Good, Va.
      – Morgan Griffith, Va.
      – Robert J. Wittman, Va.
      – Carol Miller, West Va.
      – Alexander X. Mooney, West Va.
      – Scott Fitzgerald, Wis.
      – Tom Tiffany, Wis.

  5. Rodger Stone literally dresses like the penguin do we not know he’s a bad guy now hello?

    1. What about that guy I forget his name the one that fingered the three congressmen saying they knew all about it and helped to plan it, Gosar was one of them
      Aren’t they being charged?

    2. @Frenchblue8 well all they need to do is follow the money because these thugs didn’t finance the trip themselves buy riot gear and more. Nothing was said today at the investigation! Not sure how Hawley and Cruz can sit there as they are innocent! Some of these republicans kept asking the questions you sure it wasn’t Antifa or BLM makes me so mad.

  6. When is the accountability committee getting Trump and his criminal cronies. The support definitely came from the Republican party.

    1. Trap Daddy Trump was acquitted twice out of fear! Republicans are terrified of him. Look what he is doing to those who go against him. Not only they will not be re-elected, they get death threats. If they could vote anonymously there would be no chance for Trump’s acquittal. Trump acts like mafia boss. Everyone knows that! Hello?!? Wow!

  7. Wouldn’t “the full force of the law” necessarily include sedition charges?

    I can’t recall even one of the violent, dangerous traitors being charged with sedition.

    Why?

    1. Agree, but the insurrection is still recent. It takes time to wade through the hundreds of individual investigations required and determine final charges. At any time prior to trial, still months off, prosecutors can “supersede” with more serious charges.

  8. Just to be clear. We are at the point where crime is televised right in front of our faces, yet we need an act of Congress to validate and confirm the crime.

    1. @DraccoXX yes there is indeed a much bigger moral difference, I wasn’t trying to imply otherwise, my apologies.

    2. @Ẉ̵̌í̶͕K̶̬͑e̸͓̔r̵̈́ͅ oh no I was agreeing with you 🙂 just adding my thoughts to it

    3. There should be plenty of evidence to make a case stick. Hold them accountable for their crimes.

    1. Yes, Trump’s CPAC fatcats didn’t dare show up at the insurrection, to be arrested for their crimes.

  9. Republicans: need to stop loosing up restrictions ,that’s what the doctors worried about ,i think that’s it for now

  10. WHEN CRIME IS COMMITTED ON AND IT’S STILL NOT THAT SERIOUS TO REPUBLICANS AND WHITE TRUMP SUPREMACIST SUPPORTERS

  11. They need to hold Trump accountable for his actions he’s was the one that incited it and started it why isn’t he in jail why

  12. Read, Race, Religion and Racism by Dr. Fred KC Price , it’s an eye opener. They can fine more than 300/500 people.

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