Are you waiting on the edge of your seat for more information from the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 riot? Well, the committee has good news for you, just in time for the 2022 midterm elections.

The committee will “begin a more public phase of its work in the new year,” according to the Washington Post. That this new year also happens to be an election year is just a happy coincidence, surely. Democrats and President Joe Biden may be wildly unpopular, unable to let the country get back to normal, and struggling with inflation and supply chain issues, but what is really important right now is remembering how Republicans are responsible for a riot that took place about a year ago.

There have been countless federal investigations and reviews of safety and security on Capitol Hill, including the arrests of over 700 rioters by the FBI, but apparently the House committee’s inquiry is the most important. After all, that’s the one being carried out by politicians, who are known to make decisions based on the needs of the country and never based on partisan politics.

The committee will try to dominate the election news cycle for the good of the country, which also happens to be for the good of the Democratic Party. Your children may be forced back into the disaster that is virtual learning, but at least they will be able to sleep safely knowing what former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows was texting on that day.

If the 2020 election was defined by the pandemic, then the 2022 midterm election shall be the insurrection election. All of your most pressing questions will finally be answered, unless you are wondering when the price of gas will go back down.