The bipartisan Committee on Immigration and Human Rights released a 51-page report on Friday, highlighting many of the issues the committee faces. Meadows noted that the National Guard would be on hand to protect people who support the president’s policies. However, the AAFE isn’t so sure about that plan. The AAFE’s report is merely a guide. In addition, the committee is still debating the issues it will pursue.

Committee News

Currently, the House Oversight Committee is investigating election interference in Georgia. Earlier this month, David Perdue announced he would challenge Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp in the primary, saying he wouldn’t have signed off on the results in 2020. In his recent article, Chris Cillizza argues that an election rejection is now a must for aspiring Republican candidates. So, what is the latest? Let’s take a look.

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There are many ways to get involved in the Senate’s oversight committee. For example, the Texas legislature’s Committee Portal includes searchable information, and it offers a live webcast of each Senate Committee hearing. Further, the Oversight Committee is investigating whether President Donald Trump interfered with the election in Georgia to benefit himself. While the investigation is ongoing, the House Oversight Committee’s report has been met by hundreds of witnesses and released in full and in their entirety. The AAIM Oversight Committee has also received important documents from former Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.

The Oversight Committee is looking into whether election interference occurred in Georgia. In the past week, Georgia’s Republican Gov. Brian Kemp’s campaign manager, David Perdue, has announced his candidacy for the 2020 presidential election. The Associated Press is reporting on the investigation. Further, the Oversight Committee is examining whether the insurrection was orchestrated by Russian intelligence agents. The Oversight Committee’s report is a good read for the public.

The Oversight Committee is currently looking into election interference in Georgia, and the House Oversight Committee has heard the case. Moreover, David Perdue is now launching a primary challenge to the governor of Georgia. Likewise, the House Oversight Committee is investigating whether the state’s elections were rigged. As a result, he believes the findings of the investigation will reveal that he had no role in the election.