Back in November, The Palmieri Report reported on members of Mike Pence’s inner circle cooperating with the sham Jan 6th committee.
Now, we have this.
Mike Pence’s former chief of staff Marc Short is now cooperating with the sham Jan 6th committee.
NEW: Marc Short, former chief of staff to Vice President Mike Pence, is cooperating with January 6 committee – CNN, citing sources
— Breaking911 (@Breaking911) December 6, 2021
Marc Short, the former chief of staff to Vice President Mike Pence, is cooperating with the January 6 committee, a significant development that will give investigators insight from one of the highest-ranking Trump officials, according to three sources with knowledge of the committee’s activities.
CNN is also reporting for the first time that the committee subpoenaed Short a few weeks ago.
Short remains one of Pence’s closest advisers and is a firsthand witness to many critical events the committee is examining, including what happened to Pence at the Capitol on January 6 and how former President Donald Trump pressured the former vice president not to certify the presidential election that day.
Short’s assistance signals a greater openness among Pence’s inner circle. One source told CNN the committee is getting “significant cooperation with Team Pence,” even if the committee has not openly discussed that. Another source told CNN that Short’s help is an example of the “momentum” the investigation is enjoying behind the scenes.
Raheem Kassam pointed out that Short was one person telling Pence to certify the election despite the giant question marks.
Of course he is. Short was the guy telling Pence his job was not to scrutinise but simply open the envelopes and go home. Prick. https://t.co/B4gPK17zAb
— Raheem J. Kassam (@RaheemKassam) December 7, 2021
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