Statement on Behalf of John Eastman Regarding December 19 January 6th Committee Hearing

A criminal “referral” from a congressional committee is not binding on the Department of Justice and carries no more legal weight than a “referral” from any American citizen.  In fact, a “referral” from the January 6th committee should carry a great deal less weight due to the absurdly partisan nature of the process that produced it.

At its inception, the January 6th committee had the resources and mandate to make important contributions in the area of Capitol Security, Electoral Count Act Reform and other areas of potential legislation.  Sadly, this opportunity has been squandered in favor of concocting a pretend “criminal case” from pretend prosecutors designed to create political advantage for the Democratic Party and stigmatize disfavored political groups.  The American people have been ill-served by the January 6th committee and its members.
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