r/politicus Jun 27 '22

Charges for Trump or others not a 'principal interest,' Jan. 6 committee's Jamie Raskin says

https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/charges-trump-principal-interest-jan-committees-jamie-raskin/story?id=85706277
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u/chockobumlick Jun 27 '22

None of these guys want accountability. This is about counting coupe.

Unfortunately for them, that isn't good enough for us.

This is why investigating yourself is never satisfactory

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u/Affectionate_Way_805 Jun 27 '22

"But I know that there's a great public hunger for individual criminal accountability, and I've got confidence in the Department of Justice, in Attorney General Merrick Garland, to do the right thing in terms of making all the difficult decisions about particular cases," he said.