Jan 6 Insurrection Map Expands With New Information

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Jan 6 Insurrection Map expands with new information

The Jan 6 Committee has issued more indictments and is questioning more people as the investigation expands.

The relationship map has been expanded to include this new information from the Jan 6 Committee including:

  • Republican State officials that filed fake electoral certificates
  • Rudy Giuliani, Sidney Powell, Boris Epshteyn and Jenna Ellis role with fake electoral certificates
  • White House staff present as Mike Pence was being pressured by phone
  • Right wing para military groups including Groypers and the American Identity Movement
  • Kevin McCarthy, Lin Wood and Ivanka Trump

Jan 6 insurrection relationship map

Jan 6 insurrection map updated on Jan 22, 2022

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Jan 6 Insurrection investigation updates

The New Subpoenas. This week the House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack issued six new subpoenas, including former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who served as former President Donald Trump’s personal attorney. Three other members of the former president’s legal team were also subpoenaed, as well as leaders of the “America First” White nationalist movement who participated in the insurrection and events leading up to that day. The subpoenas come as the US Supreme Court rejected an appeal by Trump to block the National Archives from releasing over 700 pages of White House documents which are now being sent to the January 6th Committee.” – DemList

“As Giuliani coordinated plan for Trump electoral votes in states Biden won, some electors balked. The Trump electors gathered in plain sight, assisted by campaign officials and Trump attorney Rudolph W. Giuliani, who said publicly that the rival slates were necessary and appropriate. Internally, Giuliani oversaw the effort, according to former campaign officials and party leaders who, like some others interviewed for this report, spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss private conversations. One of the people familiar with the plan said Giuliani was assisted at times by an anchor from the right-wing network One America News.” – Washington Post

“Michael Flynn allies allegedly plotted to lean on Republicans to back vote audits. Ex-whistleblower says group enlisted his help to seek potentially damaging information on two members of Congress to prod them to back audits in key states Trump lost.” – The Guardian

Use relationship maps to explain the facts

Conspiracies, insurrections and dark money are hard to visualize. Relationship maps help bring wrong doing to light in a form that is interactive, easy to understand and share. They make it easier to see connections and follow the money. This relationship map was designed with the free Kumu app. Kumu is ideally suited to track the Jan 6th Committee investigation as:

  • Maps can be updated to include new information and characters
  • Kumu can handle hundreds of people, groups and relationships on a map
  • The map is interactive so people can dig into the area that’s of most interest to them
  • The map can be shared as a link on social media or embedded in a website

TakeAway: Use a relationship map to make it easy for people to see the scope of the Jan 6 insurrection and the people involved.


How to use a relationship map.

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