“Public televised testimony, that’s the only condition,”
Oath Keepers Founder Stewart Rhodes WANTS to Testify LIVE, Challenge J6 Committee’s ‘Pack of Lies’
Oath Keepers founder, Elmer Stewart Rhodes III, has agreed to waive his Fifth Amendment rights and is challenging the House January 6 Select Committee to let him testify LIVE and in person on a televised broadcast so he can pit the truth as he sees it; against the committee’s “pack of lies.”
Rhodes was arrested in January, a YEAR after the capitol incident, and is currently behind bars while awaiting trial on seditious conspiracy charges for his role in the events surrounding January 6. Rhodes already sat with investigators from the January 6 committee for more than six hours in February. He has pleaded not guilty in the case.
Rhodes is an army veteran (a paratrooper) and a Yale Law School graduate. He understands what our Founders intended for America and has served to defend it.
“Public televised testimony, that’s the only condition,” Rhodes said.