The sham Jan 6th committee is facing another lawsuit – this time from the RNC.
The lawsuit comes after the committee subpoenaed Salesforce, the customer relationship management giant and a major Republican National Committee vendor.
The lawsuit alleges that if the RNC turned over the data they would have “an all-access pass to confidential RNC political strategies and the personal information of millions of its supporters.”
BREAKING: RNC to sue Jan. 6 committee https://t.co/qtjcMr4aV1
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) March 10, 2022
The Jan. 6 select committee has subpoenaed Salesforce, the customer relationship management giant and a major Republican National Committee vendor, for sensitive information about the RNC’s fundraising, Axios has learned.
The RNC plans to sue to stop the disclosure, according to three sources with direct knowledge of the dispute. An advance copy of the complaint filed was reviewed by Axios.
Why it matters: It’s the most significant legal confrontation so far between the GOP’s official apparatus and the congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the Capitol.
The Feb. 23 subpoena, reviewed by Axios, shows the intensity of the panel’s efforts to link the assault with official fundraising and engagement efforts — and to learn precisely who was crafting and sending emails and how they impacted supporters who read them.
Former President Donald Trump and other witnesses have also sued to try to block committee subpoenas.
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