Thursday, March 10, 2022

RNC Sues January 6 Committee To Block Subpoena Of Salesforce Records

The Republican National Committee (RNC), on Wednesday, filed a Lawsuit against the House, Select Committee investigating the January 6, 2021, insurrection, revealing a recent effort by House Investigators, to unearth Information about how the Party and the Trump Campaign, used an Email Software to spread Misinformation about the 2020 Election, and fuel Violence that led to the U.S. Capitol Attack.

The Lawsuit seeks to Stop a Subpoena for Donor and Supporter Data, from the Software company Salesforce, and its Public Disclosure, comes on the same day RNC Chairwoman, Ronna McDaniel, met with the Committee. The Trump Campaign and Trump’s PAC in 2020, also used the Software, according to the Subpoena.

The House Select Committee issued the Salesforce Subpoena on February 23, “seeking information from Salesforce regarding whether and how the Trump campaign used Salesforce’s platform to disseminate false statements about the 2020 election in the weeks leading up to the January 6th attack,” the Subpoena states.

In a Statement issued Wednesday evening, the Committee said the purpose of the Subpoena was to learn more about the Services used by Trump and the RNC that amplified False and Inflammatory Messages about the 2020 Election being Stolen, in the lead up to the Attack on the Capitol.

“Between Election Day 2020 and January 6th, the RNC and the Trump campaign solicited donations by pushing false claims that the election was tainted by widespread fraud,” Select Committee Spokesperson, Tim Mulvey, said in announcing the Subpoena Letter.

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