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Pelosi Refuses to Turn In Emails and Videos from Jan 6; Claims She Has “Sovereign Immunity”


What is she hiding?

We’ve known for a while that the truth about January 6 is being hidden from the public.

For example, there are 14,000 hours of video footage that Congress is hiding.

They don’t want this footage released.

The simple question is: why?

A new FIOA request (Freedom of Information Act) should have and would have compelled Nancy Pelosi to turn over these videos and emails regarding January 6th.

But she is refusing.


She is claiming “sovereign immunity.”

So again we ask, what is she hiding?

A lawsuit filed by Judicial Watch should have forced the release of these videos.

At least one January 6th defendant has already committed suicide because of the political witch hunt against him.

More lives are at stake.

Most of these people were peaceful protesters who didn’t damage anything or threaten anyone.

In fact, many people were LET INTO the building by police officers who held the doors open.

This is all on video.

So what else is on video in those 14,000 hours of footage that Pelosi won’t release?

Per Judicial Watch:

Judicial Watch announced that it filed an opposition to the U.S. Capitol Police’s (USCP) effort to shut down Judicial Watch’s federal lawsuit for January 6 videos and emails. Through its police department, Congress argues that the videos and emails are not public records, there is no public interest in their release, and that “sovereign immunity” prevents citizens from suing for their release.

Judicial Watch filed a lawsuit under the common law right of access after the Capitol Police refused to provide any records in response to a January 21, 2021, request (Judicial Watch v. United States Capitol Police (No. 1:21-cv-00401)). Judicial Watch asks for:

  • Email communications between the U.S. Capitol Police Executive Team and the Capitol Police Board concerning the security of the Capitol on January 6, 2021. The timeframe of this request is from January 1, 2021 through January 10, 2021.
  • Email communications of the Capitol Police Board with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the U.S. Department of Justice, and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security concerning the security of the Capitol on January 6, 2021. The timeframe of this request is from January 1, 2021through January 10, 2021.
  • All video footage from within the Capitol between 12 pm and 9 pm on January 6, 2021

Congress exempts itself from the Freedom of Information Act. Judicial Watch, therefore, brought its lawsuit under the common law right of access to public records. In opposing the broad assertion of secrecy, Judicial Watch details Supreme Court and other precedent that upholds the public’s right to know what “their government is up to.”

Transparency is always the best look.

If Pelosi has nothing to hide, then why hide the emails and video footage from the public?

Rather than claiming “sovereign immunity,” why not give us an actionable reason?

I think we all know why she can’t…

This really sounds like January 6 are political prisoners.

If you are withholding facts and evidence, then how can these political prisoners have a fair and speedy trial?

This is unjust and extremely corrupt!

The American Lookout confirms:

There are hours upon hours of video footage of what happened on January 6th. Some of it could be used in the defense of Trump supporters who are currently sitting in jail.

Yet Nancy Pelosi won’t release it, even after she was taken to court.

There are apparently emails too, and she won’t release those either.

What is going on here? How is this legal?

What do you think?

Does Pelosi have the legal right and authority to hide these emails and 14,000 hours of video footage from the public?

Or is she trying to cover something up?

Let us know your perspective in the comments section below!

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