House Jan. 6 Inquisition Admits False Accusation

The House January 6th Inquisition acknowledged Tuesday that it made an error in a subpoena that falsely accused the former New York police Commissioner of attending a secret meeting in Washington to discuss the 2020 election results. 

As previously reported by Human Events News, earlier this month, the House January 6th Inquisition issued a subpoena claiming lawmakers had “credible evidence” that the day before the riot, former New York Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik attended a meeting at the Willard Hotel in D.C. where Trump advisers discussed how to overturn the election. 
The subpoena cited a book by Bob Woodward as its source. 

However, according to toll records, Kerik was in the New York City area on January 5th. He left Washington on the night of January 4th and didn’t return until the morning of the riots. 
The committee acknowledged the mistake in a communication to Kerik’s lawyer, Just the News reports. 

“In advance of our deposition of Mr. Kerik, we wanted to correct an error in the letter accompanying the subpoena that you accepted …

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