Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the US House of Representatives, is leading the passage of a gun violence bill in the US House of Representatives.
Hurricane “Ian” is causing a stir in daily political events: Since it is supposed to hit the US coast on Wednesday evening, the planned congress session on the Capitol attack was postponed.
Dhe dangerous hurricane “Ian,” heading for the Florida coast, also has implications for Washington politics. The investigative committee in the US House of Representatives, which is investigating the attack on the Capitol in January 2021, postponed its public hearing planned for Wednesday, citing the storm. A new date should be announced soon, the committee said on Tuesday.
On the one hand, it was previously apparent that a member of parliament Florida would be absent from the meeting because of the hurricane. In addition, it was to be assumed that the reporting on the force of nature would overshadow the planned live transmission of the hearing. “Ian” is scheduled to hit the west coast of Florida on Wednesday evening (local time). According to US media, the October meeting could be rescheduled. It could be the committee’s last public hearing before the general elections in early November.
On January 6, 2021, supporters of the then US President had donald trump stormed the Capitol in Washington, the seat of the Senate and House of Representatives. Trump had previously fueled the mood with a speech with renewed allegations of voter fraud and encouraged his supporters to march to the seat of the US Congress. Among other things, the committee deals with the question of whether Trump or his confidants had contact with the organizers of the riots.