House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and her January 6 Select Committee were dealt a rather staggering blow this week.
A federal appeals court reversed an earlier decision on subpoenas issued to the RNC.
Not only that but the entire case was dismissed due to questions about the legality of the Select Committee.
In its decision, the appeals court stated, "The RNC claimed that disclosure of these documents would reveal sensitive information about its digital strategy, so it sued to prevent the disclosure.
"The RNC argued that the Committee was not lawfully constituted and that the subpoena violated the First Amendment.
"Because the Committee caused the mootness and thereby deprived us of the ability to review the district court's decision, and given the important and unsettled constitutional questions that the appeal would have presented, we vacate the district court's judgment."
The court also smacked the committee for seemingly throwing everything it could into the fan and hoping something would stick up against the wall.
The clock is ticking on that committee, as several members will be out of a job come January.
We would expect the findings to be released before then, however.
This committee was all about impacting the mid-term elections, so expect an October surprise.
Source: Just the News