You Vote: Is the Jan. 6 commission a necessary exercise or a partisan witch hunt?
Committee admitted this week it made a false accusation against witness Bernard Kerik.
The House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol riots has stirred emotions, controversy and a few missteps in its first few months.
Former President Donald Trump and his supporters deride the probe as a partisan witch hunt that wouldn't even let Republicans pick their own members. Democrats say it is a necessary probe to ensure the Capitol is never again breached.
This week, the committee was forced to admit it falsely accused witness and Trump supporter Bernard Kerik of attending a controversial meeting, which he did not. It was a blunder that even had famed Watergate report Bob Woodward challenging the committee's accuracy.
Here's your chance to weigh in on the House Select Committee on the Jan. 6 Riots.
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