James Lee Bright, the attorney for Oath Keepers founder and president Stewart Rhodes, told the Gateway pundit Friday that Rhodes has agreed to testify before the January 6 committee as early as the next hearing on Tuesday, July 12.

Oath Keepers President Stewart Rhodes.

Stewart Rhodes was arrested for his role in the January 6 protests. Stewart told the Oath Keepers to leave their weapons in their hotel rooms. He did not enter the US Capitol and told his members not to either.  And yet he is in prison being threatened with a life sentence.

Oath Keepers website described the group as a non-partisan association of current and formerly serving military, police, and first responders who will “defend the Constitution against all enemies, foreign and domestic.”

Rhodes has agreed to waive his Fifth Amendment rights and testify before the committee if they will allow him to testify live.

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Rhodes was arrested in Little Elm, Texas, in January and accused of organizing an armed plot to storm the Capitol and stop Joe Biden’s certification as President.

He is now being held in Alexandria, VA, and does not want his testimony pre-recorded. The January 6 committee is known for fabricating evidencedoctoring footage, and presenting somewhat less than credible witness stories. And Rhodes is unwilling to participate in the clown show unless he can do so live, knowing his story will not be manipulated.

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Stewart Rhodes spoke with Dinesh D’Souza and said he believed the FBI orchestrated J6.

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