Oath Keepers’ Jan. 6 plan revealed as trial begins

The most high-profile person to go to trial in connection with the insurrection on January 6, Oathkeepers founder Stewart Rhodes and four of his associates went before a federal judge and jury. The Department of Justice charged Rhodes and his deputies with seditious conspiracy, alleging he planned for weeks and acquired weapons to take control of the U.S. Capitol and prevent President Biden’s confirmation. CBS News Congressional Correspondent Scott MacFarlane was in the room where it happened and brings us there.