Since when do the criminals get to decide whether or not there should be an investigation?
2001 — protecting the nation from terrorists: Osama bin Laden attacked the United States on September 11, 2001, after George Bush failed to connect the dots and link obvious intelligence data because he was too focused on trying to concoct an excuse to invade oil rich Iraq, which had (in the words of Donald Rumsfeld) “better [oil] targets.”
After Osama bin Laden attacked our country, bin Laden did not get a say in whether or not there would be an INDEPENDENT COMMISSION on 9/11; we held the commission, he was determined to be culpable, and after Bush allowed Osama to escape through the mountain pass at Tora Bora, his successor tracked him down successfully, and OBAMA GOT OSAMA.
2021 — protecting terrorists from our nation: So after Republicans in the House (Marjorie Taylor Greene, Lauren Boebert, Louise Gohmert, Paul Gosart, Matt Gaetz and others) and the Senate (Josh Hawley, Ted Cruz, Tommy Tuberville and others) supported the Big Lie, and some of them outright support for the invading traitors trying to OVERTHROW THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES and even provided reconnaissance tours to the terrorists the day before (while NO TOURS WERE BEING ALLOWED due to COVID restrictions), the criminals are doing everything they can to keep the evidence of their crimes from coming out in the open.
Reasons to oppose an independent investigation:
a) you were one of the perpetrators
b) you were an accomplice
c) you’re part of the cover-up (accessory after the fact)