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J6 Panel Releasing ALL The Evidence?


The January 6th Committee claims it will release all the evidence relating to its ‘investigation’…

“We’re going to release all the information we’ve collected, so it cannot be selectively edited and spun,” Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.) said on CNN. “All of our evidence will be released this month.” She later confirmed the information would include the transcripts”, The Epoch Times reported.

Unfortunately, this does not include thousands of hours of surveillance video or the deposition of Nancy Pelosi—who declined numerous requests to reinforce the Capitol with extra security that day.

Until all of the evidence is released then we don’t really have information that isn’t selectively edited and spun, do we, Rep. Lofgren?

Additionally, certain Democrats are keen on scrubbing much of the information related to their ‘investigation’ before Republicans seize control of the House, what are they hiding?

This is simply one more attempt by a sham, partisan committee to destroy the MAGA movement—something that is never going away, cat’s out of the bag now!

Here are the details:

The Epoch Times continued:

Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.) recently told reporters that the panel was aiming to release “as many of the transcripts where we didn’t have prior agreement with the people because of the sensitivity where they are employed.” Thompson said that the materials would be available online.

Attorney General Merrick Garland said Wednesday that the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) wants access to all of the transcripts and other evidence collected by the committee so it can use it in its investigations.

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Kevin McCarthy is warning Democrats that they must preserve all documents relating to their investigation, according to The Federalist:

In a letter to Thompson on Wednesday, McCarthy reiterated that the committee would come to an end on Jan. 3 and reminded the chairman to “preserve all records collected and transcripts of testimony taken during your investigation.”

The demand for records preservation comes a week after committee staff told The Washington Post that lawmakers were planning to omit material running counter to the anti-Trump narrative driven by Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney, the vice chair of the panel.


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