Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., weighs in on how Thursdays hearing in your home will unravel.The GameStop hearing, hosted by the House Committee on Financial Services, is set for today.The head of the panel, Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., is setting her sights on hedge funds, which she says have a history of “predatory short-selling.”” We should handle the hedge funds whose dishonest conduct directly led to the recent market volatility,” Waters stated in a statement.FAST FACTS– On Thursday, Warren and other members will get the opportunity to practically barbecue the following players about their roles in the trading craze.– The hearing is set to begin at 12 p.m. ET Thursday.Meanwhile, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., wasnt waiting to lash out at trading app Robinhood.On Wednesday, Warren launched a reaction she got, dated Feb. 12, from the firm after requesting more info in a letter on why it suddenly limited trading last month in some of the most heavily shorted stocks jolting the retail and Reddit financier community.” Robinhoods action to my letter exposes that the company did not have sufficient money on hand to handle a surge in trading and buried important details about customers rights,” stated Warren in a statement.Follow listed below for more updates on GameStop. Mobile users click here.The Associated Press contributed to this report

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