The DOJ is picking up the pace of its Jan. 6 investigation. Finally.

Source: Washington Post
by Jennifer Rubin

“For weeks, members of the House Jan. 6 select committee have expressed concern — if not alarm — that the Justice Department had not interviewed many key witnesses involved in the coup attempt. Public criticism of the department’s pace intensified, prompting Attorney General Merrick Garland to state that the department would not conduct its investigation in public and that ‘no person is above the law.’ That wasn’t enough to quell concerns, but a new development should go a long way to satisfy Garland’s critics: ABC News reported on Monday that Marc Short, former chief of staff to Vice President Mike Pence, and Greg Jacob, Pence’s former chief counsel, were recently summoned to testify before a federal grand jury. The news signals that the Justice Department has begun looking into the nonviolent efforts to overturn the election, including the pressure campaign against Pence.” (07/26/22)