Four police officers who were on the scene January 6th as insurrectionists breached the U.S. Capitol gave emotional testimony on Tuesday about the physical, verbal --and in some cases racist -- abuse they endured. Meanwhile, Congressional Republican leadership continues to downplay the insurrection, a fact that one officer testifying yesterday called “disgraceful.” We get your reaction to the first major hearing of the House select committee investigating the deadly Capitol attack.
Sobering Testimony from Police Officers Launches House Committee Investigation of January 6 Insurrection
Jessica Levinson, law professor, Loyola Law School, and host of the podcast "Passing Judgment"
Ryan Goodman, law professor, NYU School of Law, and co-editor-in-chief of "Just Security"
Claudia Grisales, congressional reporter on NPR's Washington desk
Eric Swalwell, U.S. Congressman representing California's 15th district