During the 1/6 hearing, evidence was presented that Mark Meadows knew that Trump lost and yet went ahead to push to obstruct Congressional proceedings. If this is true, his efforts were corrupt and potentially criminal.
Former Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows denied ever seeking a Trump pardon, but he is refusing to state his denial under oath.
According to witness Cassidy Hutchinson, both Mark Meadows and Rudy Giuliani have sought pardons for 1/6.
1/6 Committee member Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) warned that the DOJ's refusal to prosecute Mark Meadows could impede the committee.
The 1/6 Committee responded to Peter Navarro being charged with contempt of Congress by asking why Mark Meadows has not also been charged.
Instead of working on stopping the attack on the Capitol. the White House and their allies immediately cooked up Antifa conspiracies to spread.
The texts from Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) to Mark Meadows reveal that Republicans in Congress were all in on Trump’s coup.
CNN obtained Mike Lee’s texts to former trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, and one, in particular, stands out.
North Carolina is not only investigating Mark Meadows for criminal election fraud, they have also kicked him off of the voter rolls.
The 1/6 Committee has released a text to Mark Meadows stating that Trump participated in a coup plotting call.
Text messages from Mark Meadows that were turned over to the 1/6 Committee show the wife of Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas plotting to overturn the election.
Former Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows is being investigated for criminal voter fraud in North Carolina.
Rachel Maddow put the pieces together and connected Trump White House chief of staff Mark Meadows to forged 2020 election documents.
The 1/6 Committee unanimously voted to refer Mark Meadows for criminal prosecution for contempt of Congress.
Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows put the National Guard on standby to protect Trump rioters, not the Capitol.
The leadership of the 1/6 Committee told former Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows to show up for his deposition, or face a criminal referral.
Former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows is now refusing to sit for a deposition with the House Select Committee tasked with investigating the events of January 6. The move marks a reversal from an announcement last week that he would comply with the committee’s subpoena ordering him to appear.
Potentially soon to be criminally referred former Trump chief of staff Mark Meadows went on the air in Kevin McCarthy's hometown to complain about House GOP leadership.
Former Trump Chief of Staff Mark Meadows is so clearly afraid of getting locked up that he is trying to get his old boss to run for Speaker of the House.
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) said that the 1/6 Committee wants to talk to Steve Bannon and Mark Meadows about conversations they had with Republican members of Congress.
Jim Jordan melts down on Fox News while talking about the 1/6 Committee potentially criminally charging Mark Meadows.