Rep. Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.), a co-chair of the House committee probing the Jan. 6, 2021, attack, said Sunday the panel’s conclusions have left her even more concerned about the dangers to U.S. democracy.

“It’s an ongoing threat,” Cheney said in an interview on CBS News of efforts to delegitimize U.S. elections by former President Donald Trump and his associates.

“It is incredibly broad. It’s incredibly neatly structured. It’s really chilling.”

“I have not learnt anything that has made me less concerned,” she remarked.

Cheney, a longtime Trump opponent who voted to impeach him last year, is one of two Republicans on the panel.

 She was expelled from her leadership role in the party after she regularly came out against the former president and his claims about the 2020 election, and faces a Trump-backed challenger to her reelection.

The committee reviewing the incident will hold six public sessions this month. It will set forth conclusions from more than 1,000 interviews and 100,000 pages of documents connected to Trump’s campaign to stay in power

Cheney said she was optimistic that the committee’s conclusions will stir people up.

“People must pay notice. People must observe, and they must see how easily our democratic system may unravel if we don’t defend it,” she warned.

The first hearing will be Friday at 8 p.m.