We support our Publishers and Content Creators. You can view this story on their website by CLICKING HERE.

The House Select Committee investigating the events surrounding the storming of the US Capitol last Jan. 6 held its second in a series of public hearings yesterday. The panel primarily focused on efforts by former aides and allies of former President Donald Trump, who say they attempted to disprove theories of widespread fraud in the aftermath of the 2020 elections.

Live testimony was provided by former Fox News editor Chris Stirewalt, who helped make an early call on Arizona results during election night, election lawyer Ben Ginsberg, and others. The panel’s key witness, former Trump campaign manager Bill Stepien, withdrew from the hearing shortly before its start to attend the birth of his child

The yearlong effort has been led by House Democrats and includes two GOP members—Reps. Liz Cheney (WY-At large) and Adam Kinzinger (IL-16). The initial hearing, held during prime-time Thursday, drew 20 million viewers. 

The next hearing is scheduled for tomorrow at 10 am ET (livestream here).