On Wednesday, the Senate Homeland Security & Govt. Affairs Committee is holding hearings on irregularities in the 2020 election. Witnesses will include Ken Star and former DHS head of cybersecurity Chris Krebs, who was fired by President Trump after he said the 2020 election was the "most secure in American history."
On Tuesday, Committee Chairman Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) told Sinclair that the result of the presidential election is "inevitable," but said that today's hearing has value so long after the election because "you look ahead by looking back."
"You actually need to take a look at, you know, what the allegations have been, what irregularities were, try and find out explanations to explain them or, if there really are problems, enact laws, change procedures," said Johnson.
In other words, don't expect any bombshells. In fact, it's more than likely part of an effort to clean up 'loose ends' and dispel 'fringe conspiracy theories.'