Capitol Report (Jan. 5): Security Tightens on Capitol Hill for Jan. 6

Steve Lance
By Steve Lance
January 5, 2022Capitol Report

After over 24 hours, Interstate 95 in Virginia finally reopened. Sen. Tim Kaine, who was stranded with hundreds of other drivers, says that this was a challenge for survival.

Capitol Hill lawmakers are prepping for a big day of events marking one year since the Jan. 6 Capitol breach. We look at how security has changed over the past year, and we have the latest details on the DOJ’s ongoing investigations into that day.

Texas Congressman Michael Cloud joins us to weigh in on Big Tech censorship and the recent banning from Twitter of his colleague Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green.

As schools are struggling to remain open amid surging Omicron cases, experts warn that losing schools is more risky for young people than COVID-19.

With the new year upon us, we take a look at what Americans will be paying at the pump in 2022. Energy expert Jerry Simmons is here with us to break it down.

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