Is it just me or is the Jan 6 hearing already completely off the rails?
Pretty much. There are some things that most people already knew, like the Save America PAC using none of that money to fund lawsuits in states where the election was "stolen", Trump calling Raffensperger and telling him to "find votes", or things like certain GOP members being more involved behind the scenes with the stuff prior than was let on.
Other stuff was already assumed, like certain people being granted tours of Congressional areas not commonly toured the day before, Trump's legal team having a dispute over the fraud allegations, and a general lack of fraud evidence prior to January 6th.
The only things I've seen that have raised eyebrows was the number of Reps/Senators/staffers that pre-emptively were asking for Presidential Pardons and the Eastman plan for giving the election to Trump.
That last one should be the most concerning thing regardless of anyone's politics.
They literally developed a road map in which they were going to attempt, either with lack of proof or knowledge no proof existed, to invalidate the election and ensure they maintained power. The attempted to coerce Pence into going along with it, even acknowledging that if it went to the Supreme Court they would lose "9-0", but that they should attempt it anyways to force the states to send electors for Trump.
That's literally an Authoritarian ruler move, and somehow people are more focused on "Trump was angry and touched a wheel".
It’s probably all hearsay.
Yeeeeeeap. Nothing really seems to rise to the level of (provable) criminal in these hearings.