Two sentences summarize the editorial completely:
There is no evidence so far that Mr. Trump was communicating or coordinating with the Proud Boys or other nefarious elements in the runup to Jan. 6…
What the committee has accomplished, however, is to cement the facts surrounding Mr. Trump’s recklessness after Nov. 3 and his dereliction of duty on Jan. 6.
Well, if that’s all the committee has accomplished, so what?
Mr. Trump’s “recklessness” is as much a feature as a bug as far as I’m concerned; and when a president is guilty of “dereliction” the appropriate remedy is to lose the office, which has already happened.
The committee has done enough. It is time for it to dissolve.