November 27, 2022

COMPROMISED: Former GOP Congressman Riggleman warns of congressional coup plotters

COMPROMISED: Former GOP Congressman Riggleman warns of congressional coup plotters

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Former Republican congressman and cyber intelligence expert Denver Riggleman warns that at least three dozen GOP House members should be investigated for their roles before and during the January 6th attack on the Capitol.


Riggleman worked as a researcher for the select committee during the early days of their investigation before leaving in April, combing through millions of lines of data that the former legislator said can’t be “unseen.”

The Virginia businessman didn’t refrain from naming names – specifically calling out Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO), for her actions on that infamous day. Riggleman told MSNBC’s Mehdi Hasan she is one of the three dozen who hasn’t been called to testify before the investigative panel – and should be.

When you look at Lauren Boebert, there’s actually over three dozen active members that are on the Meadows text messages, Mehdi. So, Lauren, even though I would love to talk to her about her 1776 tweet and also her tweet about Pelosi, which either you are ignorant about operational security, or you are directed and you’re doing things you shouldn’t be doing.

“What she did was just ridiculous and unconscionable. We still have over three dozen members on the Meadows text messages that we still need to talk to, as far as I’m concerned.”

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In nine televised hearings, the Jan. 6 Committee has exposed a deeply rooted coup plot from the top down. former Congressman Riggleman recently revealed that his research uncovered a call placed from the White House switchboard to an insurrectionist while the violent attack was unfolding.

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A significant number of House Republicans, 147 to be exact, voted against certifying President-elect Joe Biden’s win. Several attended a late-night session at the White House in December 2020 to discuss the plan to pressure then-Vice President Mike Pence to violate his oath of office and the Electoral Count Act.

With a book to sell, Riggleman has come under scrutiny for his seeming change of heart. As Hasan pointed out, not only did the conservative willingly join the Republican “Freedom Caucus,” but voted with Donald Trump over 90% of the time.

Great point, but in this case, the data speaks for itself.

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Ty Ross

News journalist for Washington Press and Occupy Democrats.

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