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Jan. 6 Committee Subpoenas Anti-LGBTQ Attorney Cleta Mitchell and OAN Personality

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The House Select Committee on the January 6 Attack has issued six more subpoenas, including for far-right conservative attorney Cleta Mitchell, and an OAN personality accused of drafting the executive order which would have been used to seize voting machines.

Mitchell, an NRA attorney, and anti-LGBTQ activist, “participated in efforts to prevent, delay, or overturn election results; promoted false claims of election fraud to Members of Congress; and participated in a call in which former President Trump pressured the Georgia Secretary of State to ‘find’ enough votes to reverse his loss there,” the Committee’s chairman Bennie Thompson charges in a press release.

Also subpoenaed is Christina Bobb, who “was reportedly involved in efforts to draft an executive order for then-President Trump that would have directed federal agencies to seize voting machines in numerous states and was present in the ‘war room’ of Rudy Giuliani’s legal team in the Willard Hotel on January 6th.” Another, Phillip Kline, “convened a meeting between then-President Trump and more than 300 state legislators in an attempt to disseminate purported evidence of election fraud and encourage legislators to sign a letter urging Vice President Mike Pence to delay the electoral certification on January 6th.” Mitchell infamously was involved in CPAC’s ban of the gay Republican group GOProud.

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