Two activists described as the MAGA world Bonnie and Clyde are set to testify and turn over their documents to the January 6 Committee that allegedly implicate some members of Congress.
Dustin Stockton is scheduled to testify today, and Jennifer Lynn Lawrence is on tomorrow’s schedule before the House Select Committee.
The two are facing subpoenas and running out of options.
“We’re turning it all over and we’ll let the cards fall where they may,” Stockton told Rolling Stone.
Among the documents the couple is providing are conversations they had with staffers and members of Congress as they planned the main rally that took place on the White House Ellipse that day,” Rolling Stone reported. “Stockton described these discussions as largely logistical and focused on planning the members’ participation in objections to the electoral certification on the House floor and various events that were staged to protest against the election. They include Instagram messages Lawrence exchanged with Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-NC) as she tried to get him to speak at the Ellipse rally.”
Stockton and Lawrence led the bus tour that ended at the Ellipse rally with Trump speaking.
Having a history of political stunts, the two were the sources of an earlier report that Congressional members were involved in planning Trump’s efforts to overturn the election.
One of those claims was that Paul Gosar was peddling the idea of a “blanket pardon” for protesters. Gosar denies the allegations, but Stockton and Lawrence may have the proof.
They also claim that they were coordinating with Mark Meadows and that he was warned that there may be violence.
“The people and the history books deserve a real account of what happened,” Stockton said.
“Violent sh*t happened,” Lawrence said. “We want to get to the bottom of that.”
Stockton and Lawrence have been living out of an RV, described as “hiding out” and “on the run” after a paramilitary-looking group showed up after they had contacted the House Committee.
The two have history with Steve Bannon, working as activists with Bannon groups since 2014 when he was at Breitbart. Their “special projects” working with Bannon’s website included recruiting Black activists to discourage people from voting and joining the Bernie Sanders supporters groups to attack Trump’s opponent Hillary Clinton.