The House Jan. 6 board of trustees has up until this point introduced a nitty gritty story, including a few stunners,

Of endeavors by previous President Trump and his partners to upset the 2020 political decision.

Be that as it may, a flood of new observers and proof shows there is a ton left for the board to say when broadcast hearings continue in September.

The monthlong break will give the council time to handle the new data and draw associations between proof revealed in the in excess of 1,000 statements 

And a huge number of records it has gathered in an almost yearlong examination.

Continuous legitimate activities demonstrate the council isn't abandoning getting additional declaration and records from previous White House representatives, 

the individuals who educated Trump and some regarding individuals engaged with the uproar, as the board races to finish its work before the year's end.

"The one thing we can be sure [of] is that the council knows more than we do.... You have that feeling that we are seeing just a little piece of kind of the so-called hint of something larger,"

said Lara Brown, overseer of the George Washington University Graduate School of Political Management.

Panel individuals say the eight hearings up until this point drove new observers to approach with archives, 

 video and data that should be analyzed before procedures go on in September.