The United States House of Representatives votes 229–202 to hold former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon in criminal contempt for refusing to comply with a subpoena issued by the January 6 select committee investigating the attack on the U.S. Capitol. The contempt is referred to the U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia and United States Attorney General Merrick Garland to decide whether to prosecute Bannon.
A rally is held near the United States Capitol to express solidarity with the people arrested for their roles in the January 6 riot. A fence is erected outside the building amid fears of violence, with four participants being arrested for various felonies.
A Virginia couple who were seen carrying protest signs that questioned COVID-19 vaccines in the United States Capitol during the January 6 riot pleads guilty, making them the third and fourth suspects to do so after Jon Schaffer and Paul Hodgkins. Additionally, they are also the first suspects facing minor charges to do so.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation announces that far-right activist Tim Gionet, commonly known as "Baked Alaska", has been arrested in Houston for participating in the attack on the United States Capitol.