Democrat J6 Star Chamber Flushed Proof of Fed Involvement

Nancy Pelosi’s star chamber of hand picked January 6 investigators managed to flush a whole bunch of proof. Seemingly, the records showing that the barbarian invasion was totally staged. All the things which might have indicated federal involvement behind the scenes mysteriously vanished.

There goes the proof

Proof? Of what? Records, those are gone. The House under Nancy Pelosi appointed a special committee to “investigate” the events leading up to and including the big barbarian invasion of the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021. The panel was packed with Democrats but included two token RINO Democrats in disguise.

The foregone conclusion, which they intended to present when it was all over, was that Donald Trump incited insurrection. They couldn’t show that. Everyone else still says that the feds were behind the whole thing. The world may never know for certain, because the cover-up is complete.

Fox News is reporting that the House select committee that investigated January 6 “failed to adequately preserve documents, data and video depositions.” Some of that included “communications it had with the Biden White House that are still missing.” Don’t expect the proof to ever turn up.

There’s a Republican lawmaker actually “overseeing the GOP investigation into the committee’s work.” Georgia’s Barry Loudermilk, who heads up the Subcommittee on Oversight for the Committee on House Administration.

According to Rep. Loudermilk, the J6 committee “also failed to provide any evidence that it looked into Capitol Hill security failures on the day of the riot.” His staff is complaining they should have been dentists because they have to pull teeth to get the proof.

Loudermilk said “his staff has had difficulty gathering all the information it needs to investigate Rep. Bennie Thompson’s handling of the J6 investigation.

How did they get in?

Part of our task on this oversight subcommittee is to actually address the security failures, look into how did it happen,” he relates. Those big magnetic doors didn’t open themselves. “How were these folks able to get into the Capitol?” They got records, but not all neat and orderly, as they’re used to.

Nothing was indexed. There was no table of contents index. Usually when you conduct this level of investigation, you use a database system and everything is digitized, indexed. We got nothing like that. We just got raw data.” Paralegals across America are chuckling. In the trenches of civil tort litigation, it all comes in that way. If a PI firm got indexed and data-based records, they’d smell a rat wondering what proof was being covered up. The first thing they teach on day one of legal minion class is look closely at every mark on every sheet of paper, including the coffee stains.

After they started piecing the boxes of records into a puzzle picture, they soon realized they had pieces missing. The J6 team responsible for investigating security failures didn’t turn anything over. They didn’t want to find the proof that the FBI was behind it. Loudermilk explained “that sources have told him the Blue Team was essentially ‘shut down‘ by the committee in order to focus on placing the blame on former President Trump.

They’re supposed to have “lots of depositions, we’ve got lots of subpoenas, we’ve got video and other documents provided through subpoenas by individuals. But we’re not seeing anything from the Blue Team as far as reports on the investigation they did looking into the actual breach itself.” They didn’t do one. If they did, they didn’t like what they learned.

What we also realized we didn’t have was the videos of all the depositions.” When they looked into it, the feds played dumb. Thompson’s committee “was required by law and House rules to preserve and turn over all data related to their investigation at the end of the congressional term in December.” He reminded Thompson of that in a letter. Thompson wrote back, “saying that Loudermilk’s letter had many ‘factual errors‘ and claimed his committee had followed the rules and turned over ‘4 terabytes‘ of data.” The problem is that Loudermilk’s committee “only received 2.5 terabytes of data.” Then he saw the footnote on Thompson’s letter. Sort of like one of those little asterisk disclaimers.

Consistent with guidance from the Office of the Clerk and other authorities, the Select Committee did not archive temporary committee records that were not elevated by the Committee’s actions, such as use in hearings or official publications, or those that did not further its investigative activities. Accordingly, and contrary to your letter’s implication, the Select Committee was not obligated to archive all video recordings of transcribed interviews or depositions.” Proof? Forget about it. We’re not going to jail. Not with Merrick Garland running the country.

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