The committee, which issued subpoenas to Meadows and three others last week, did not release the actual subpoenas or the list of documents they are seeking. But it said they relate to the planning and funding of the Washington rally, along with any communications between organizers and the Trump White House.
The Kremers did not respond to a request for comment made through Women for America First. Amy Kremer retweeted a post by Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Rome, referencing the investigation. On Wednesday Greene posted an apparent screenshot of an email from an investigator with the House committee seeking documents and testimony in the investigation.
The first-term congresswoman wrote that such notices were “being sent to some of President Trump’s strongest supporters” and called the investigation a “witch-hunt” that was “going after innocent people that had nothing to do with a random 3 hour riot.”
Greene blacked out the email’s recipient, but she said it was not to her.
Kylie Kremer, who grew up in Georgia but has an address in New York City, tweeted, “Remember when Trump said, ‘They’re not after me. They’re after you. I’m just standing in the way.’ Are you paying attention yet?”
The Kremers have been behind a number of rallies supporting baseless claims of fraud in the 2020 presidential election, including a November 2020 “Stop the Steal” rally in Washington that drew thousands. In recent months, they have sponsored “Trump Won” rallies in various locations, often attacking Georgia Republicans, like Gov. Brian Kemp, whom they believe have not been sufficiently loyal to the former president.