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DOJ files charge against Ray Epps, a subject of Jan. 6 conspiracy theories
The Department of Justice has charged Ray Epps, a subject of January 6 conspiracy theories, with one misdemeanor count in connection with the Capitol riot.
‘Repugnant’: McConnell blasted for ignoring Romney’s Jan. 6 warning calling Trump the 'instigator'
Mitt Romney allegedly received no response from Mitch McConnell after Romney alerted McConnell to security concerns ahead of Jan. 6. "Historically he will be remembered as a repugnant figure,” Steve Schmidt, former strategist for George W. Bush, John McCain and Arnold Schwarzenegger, tells Joy Reid of McConnell.
Joe: How did Romney stay in Congress that long with that Republican Party?
Joe Scarborough reads from The Atlantic's McKay Coppins' new book 'Romney: A Reckoning', set to be released in October.
Coup defiance explodes with Navarro conviction: Ari Melber on 'sweep' confession to guilty verdict
Former Trump aide Peter Navarro was convicted for defying a congressional subpoena in the January 6 probe, and faces up to two years in prison. Navarro was first subpoenaed in the probe after his coup revelations in a Jan. 2023 interview with Ari Melber on “The Beat,” and Melber traces the path from that interview to Navarro’s subpoena and DOJ case, and reports on double standards in the justice system. (Check out The Beat's playlist: https://msnbc.com/ari Connect with Ari Melber: https://www.instagram.com/arimelber)
Jan 6 trial bomb goes off: Insurrection leader gets 22 years, as witness details foolish arrogance
Enrique Tarrio, the former leader of the far-right Proud Boys, was sentenced to 22 years in federal prison. Nick Quested, a filmmaker who testified to the January 6 Committee about his documentary on the Proud Boys, joins MSNBC’s Ari Melber. (Check out The Beat's playlist: https://msnbc.com/ari Connect with Ari Melber: https://www.instagram.com/arimelber)
Ex-Proud Boys leader sentenced to 22 years in prison, longest yet from Jan. 6 insurrection
Enrique Tarrio, the former chairman of the far-right Proud Boys, was sentenced to 22 years in federal prison following his conviction on a seditious conspiracy charge in connection with the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. MSNBC Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber is joined by former U.S. Attorney for the Southern district of New York David Kelley to discuss. (Check out The Beat's playlist: https://msnbc.com/ari Connect with Ari Melber: https://www.instagram.com/arimelber)
Former Proud Boys leader sentenced to 22 years in prison
The former chairman of the far-right Proud Boys, Enrique Tarrio, was sentenced to 22 years in federal prison for charges including seditious conspiracy. Tarrio’s sentence is the longest so far in the Jan. 6 case.
Jury selection begins for Peter Navarro's contempt of Congress trial
Jury selection is underway for former Trump aide Peter Navarro's contempt of Congress trial after he ignored subpoenas from the House January 6 committee. NBC News' Ken Dilanian reports on the trial process and how Navarro believes the case could be headed to the Supreme Court.
Proud Boy Dominic Pezzola sentenced to 10 years in prison in Jan. 6 case
Proud Boy Dominic Pezzola has been sentenced to 10 years in federal prison in his January 6 seditious conspiracy case. NBC News' Ryan Reilly reports on the judge's ruling and how it compares to the sentence prosecutors sought.
Two Proud Boys sentenced for their role in Capitol attack
Former Proud Boys leaders Joseph Biggs and Zachary Rehl were handed two of the lengthiest sentences yet linked to January 6th. Former FBI agent Clint Watts talks about how these sentences are impacting extremist groups.
Federal Judge finds Rudy Giuliani defamed two former Georgia election workers
Rudy Giuliani has been found liable of defamation for lies he told about two former Georgia election workers, and claims that they committed fraud during the 2020 election. Ryan Nobles is joined by NBC’s Blayne Alexander, as well as former federal prosecutor Carol Lam and former January 6 House Committee Spokesperson Hannah Muldavin.