Axios is reporting that the January 6 Select Committee is considering holding its hearings in prime-time, hoping to capture the largest television viewing audience it can.
The House's January 6th Committee is considering rare prime-time hearings to help build a maximum audience for testimony about what happened during the Capitol riot. https://t.co/nwXSMeFVWL
— Axios (@axios) January 5, 2022
We can already see Brian Stelter’s frantic tweet about how Fox News isn’t televising the hearings live.
What’s the difference between #Jan6thCommittee and a dairy farmer?
The dairy farmer stops milking it once in a while. https://t.co/yh6r9iNCK9
— Vaccine-Free (@corrcomm) January 5, 2022
If January 6th were actually a thing, there would be no need for stunts like this. https://t.co/r3E9heROin
— RBe (@RBPundit) January 5, 2022
People seem to think this is going to be, in effect, Donald Trump’s third impeachment.
"No one is paying attention to our theatrics, we must try harder!" https://t.co/8MoOZpsjpZ pic.twitter.com/f06NqCQjbd
— Bonnie Blue (@BonnieBlueTK) January 5, 2022
Thankfully I have many streaming apps to watch other shows.
— Randy Bernhardt (@RandyBernhardt) January 5, 2022
It’s Kabuki theater season once again
— Dan Torrance (@Great_AZCatsby) January 5, 2022
Literal show trails. This is amazing
— 𝚓𝚎𝚛𝚎𝚖𝚢 𝚍𝚎𝚑𝚗𝚎𝚛 (@jeremydehner) January 5, 2022
Sounds like they don't like the fact that no one is paying attention anymore. Oh right. That's exactly what this is about.
— Invisible Constituent (@JustGreggo) January 5, 2022
Tell me it’s not theater without telling me it’s not theater.
— Brian Onorio (@brianonorio) January 5, 2022
Changing the time of day people will ignore this is a bold move. 😂🤣🤦♂️ https://t.co/preltKCXK1
— Super Journalist (Ret) – JOURN-AL of Skrypton (@Magnum_CK) January 5, 2022
So, they are answering the accusations of conducting political theatre by making the hearing…political theatre.
Well done, morons. https://t.co/EEA74mRAcT
— Scott Paterno, Just a Guy (@ScottPaterno) January 5, 2022
"Maximum" is doing some interesting work in this tweet. https://t.co/X6xgMkqrQ3
— Omri Ceren (@omriceren) January 5, 2022
And this isn’t propaganda? What a joke.
— MissionPassionFruit (@JohnnyRondo311) January 5, 2022
Not at all political 🤡
— Mike 🐗 (@michaeljashmore) January 5, 2022
when you know this whole thing is nothing but a political stunt for the cameras.
— TheIndependentProg (@ProgIndependent) January 5, 2022
Kabuki theater from an illegitimate committee to try to cement the false narrative that the protest was an "insurrection".
— Dwarfclone (@CloneDwarf) January 5, 2022
An attack on democracy so severe we have hype it up so you’ll listen to us. https://t.co/baCTeMl93p
— Chris (@ctuff2005) January 5, 2022
The House's January 6th Committee is considering rare prime-time political campaign to help Democrats defeat the Republicans in the coming mid-terms. https://t.co/rvAsjUkQgO
— Just Me #MeanTweets2024 (@MrsMalindo45) January 5, 2022
The committee already has its messengers sitting in prime-time slots on the cable news networks ready to spread the message; why not let the pros handle the conspiracy theater?
'He did it again!': January 6 Committee ADMITS Adam Schiff displayed a doctored text message between Mark Meadows and Jim Jordan https://t.co/ZGx0I4QJZQ
— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) December 15, 2021
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