Questions for Gagnon
To the Editor;
On June 2, Matthew Gagnon expressed ostensible concerns about how Democrats might be able to use a bipartisan commission investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection for their own political purposes. His stated fears focused on whether such a commission could be used to influence the upcoming midterm elections.
In response, I have two questions for Gagnon. One, did he miss the several Republican-led Benghazi investigations? Two, if the findings from a bipartisan Jan. 6 commission pointed to culpability of elected politicians concerning how the insurrection was handled, why should those findings not influence the next elections?