Rep. Liz CheneyElizabeth (Liz) Lynn CheneyTrump brings show to borderCheney, Kinzinger are sole GOP votes for Jan. 6 select committeeHouse approves select panel to probe Jan. 6 attackMORE (R-Wyo.) on Thursday said she was “honored to serve” as the only Republican on the select committee to investigate the events of the deadly Capitol riot on Jan. 6.

“I’m honored to have been named to serve on the January 6th select committee. Congress is obligated to conduct a full investigation of the most serious attack on our Capitol since 1814,” Cheney said in a statement.

“That day saw the most sacred space in our Republic overrun by an angry and violent mob attempting to stop the counting of electoral votes and threatening the peaceful transfer of power,” she continued.

Cheney was one of the 10 Republican House members who voted in favor of impeaching former President TrumpDonald TrumpTrump Org, CFO indicted by New York grand jury: reportsBlack Caucus presses Democratic leaders to expedite action on voting rightsJudge blocks Florida social media lawMORE for “incitement of insurrection.” Her vote led to her being ousted as House Republican Conference Chair.

“What happened on January 6th can never happen again. Those who are responsible for the attack need to be held accountable and this select committee will fulfill that responsibility in a professional, expeditious, and non-partisan manner,” Cheney added.

Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiHouse set to vote on its own infrastructure planTrump brings show to borderCheney, Kinzinger are sole GOP votes for Jan. 6 select committeeMORE (D-Calif.) announced Thursday morning she had named Cheney to serve on the Jan. 6 select committee.

“Congresswoman Liz Cheney of the Armed Services Committee patriotically agreed to serve on the committee,” Pelosi said during a press briefing. “We’re very honored and proud that she has agreed to serve on the committee.”

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