J6 Committiee - An Imperial Power Unto Themselves


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Paging Liz Cheney and LITTLE Adam: Body cam #J6footage debunks 1 of the BIGGEST J6 claims (watch)

As we’ve said in the past we’re certainly not experts when it comes to any of this J6 stuff BUT you’d think this body cam footage that shows it was teargas being shot into the crowd and NOT a Trump tweet about Pence that caused supporters to rush through police lines would be kinda sorta and totally a big deal.

Or you know, at least pertinent to the J6 Committee.

Then again, the J6 Committee Chairman already claimed they didn’t see the footage or something.

This is … just unacceptable.



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Federal prosecutors reveal Proud Boys witness was informant

Carmen Hernandez, a lawyer for former Proud Boys chapter leader Zachary Rehl, asked a judge to schedule an immediate emergency hearing and suspend the trial “until these issues have been considered and resolved.” Lawyers for the other four defendants joined in Hernandez’s request.

Hernandez said in court papers that the defense team was told by prosecutors on Wednesday afternoon that the witness they were planning to call to the stand on Thursday had been a government informant.

The judge ordered prosecutors to file a response to the defense filing by Thursday afternoon and scheduled a hearing for the same day, putting testimony in the case on hold until Friday. The U.S. attorney’s office did not immediately comment on the filing.

In her court filing, Hernandez said the unnamed informant participated in “prayer meetings” with relatives of at least one of the Proud Boys on trial and had discussions with family members about replacing one of the defense lawyers on the case. The informant also has been in contact with at least one of the defense lawyers and at least one of the five defendants, Hernandez wrote.


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Mike Lee Isn't Done With Liz Cheney Yet. He Had a Great Question for Her About Those FBI Agents and J6

As I wrote earlier, former Jan. 6 Committee member Liz Cheney had a fit that the House Speaker Mike Johnson released all of the Jan. 6 video.

Why? It didn't help the narrative that she had been pushing, when it showed people being escorted through the building by the Capitol police -- behaving peacefully -- with protesters and police even shaking hands.

She tried to deflect from those videos by posting a montage of violence from that day. But no one is saying that there wasn't violence. What they are saying is that the whole picture was kept from people, and that the Committee didn't release the video because it showed something other than the narrative they promoted to attack Republicans before the 2022 election.

But Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) wasn't having any of that and pointed out exactly why she wanted to deflect from videos that were just released. He noted that the Committee "hid" the videos/didn't release them to the public to make sure all that people saw was the violence. And he asked how many of the people involved on Jan. 6 were "feds."

Now, Cheney has responded to this post -- and Lee has put her on the spot again.

What's a conspiracy about what he said? The Committee refused to release the video. Now we know why. The "conspiracy" that Democrats promoted was that everyone was a "violent insurrectionist."

But Lee wasn't finished with her.

"Shouldn't the J6 committee have been demanding answers to this question?" Lee wrote, linking a story about how the FBI had lost count of how many informants they had at the Capitol on Jan. 6; they had to do an audit to figure it out, according to an ex-official.

The Committee should have demanded answers, if they were interested in the truth. But they weren't interested in that. If they were, they would have put people on the Committee who weren't biased, that wanted the truth. But they wanted to push only one narrative, to use it as a means to attack Donald Trump and Republicans in the run-up to the 2022 election.

Calling someone a conspiracy theorist without presenting any facts to rebut what he presents is weak sauce. But she can't dispute the truth of the newly released video. Meanwhile, it was the Committee who hired an ABC former president and "documentary storyteller" to sell their production, while leaving out the newly released video.



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Release of More Footage Spurs Calls for New Jan. 6 Inquiry

'The J6 committee was a sham. I knew it then. Everyone knows it now. Let’s investigate the investigators,' wrote Rep. Troy Nehls (R-Texas).

"Every member of the Jan. 6th committee" as well as former Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), the Capitol Police, District of Columbia Police, and Jan. 6 witnesses "who lied" should all be subpoenaed, Mrs. Greene added on X.

"Criminal referrals must be written and prosecutions MUST happen under a Trump DOJ," she wrote over the past weekend. "I’ve said it all along, MAGA did not do this."

This past week, Mr. Johnson publicly stated that he wanted to release all 44,000 hours of Jan. 6 footage to the public. On Nov. 17, Johnson released 90 hours of footage to the House Administration Committee's website. About 100 hours of footage have been released so far via that website.

“The goal of our investigation has been to provide the American people with transparency on what happened at the Capitol on January 6, 2021, and this includes all official video from that day,” Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-Ga.) said in a news release.

“We will continue loading video footage as we conduct our investigation and continue to review footage. As I’ve said all along—the American people deserve transparency, accountability, and real answers supported by facts instead of a predetermined political narrative."

Mr. Johnson said that his decision will give millions of Americans, Jan. 6 defendants, public organizations, and media outlets the ability to see "what happened that day" instead of having to rely on a "small group of government officials."