The Democrats are trying to ride the J6 myth as long as they can.
The Ds have put citizens in prison for simply being at the capitol and will do anything they can to keep their narrative going.
But now they just got caught doing this illegal act just before the GOP took over the House of Representatives.
January 6 is likely going to be a day that Democrats will never let go of.
It is ironic how President Biden hates the Second Amendment, claiming that arming citizens to protect a free society is impossible because they would have to go up against a nuclear armed government.
When talking about January 6, however, he and other Democrats act as if a bunch of unarmed aunts and grandmas nearly overthrew the government.
The Democrats must be liars, or they are just weak. The truth is probably a combination of the two.
Democrats formed the January 6 Committee to use as a Congressional bludgeon against Trump.
Their hope was to justify the use of government power to try and prevent another Trump Presidency.
When Democrats took the House majority in 2020, they wasted no time in forming the committee as a way to “investigate” Trump.
After the GOP took back the short-lived House majority from Democrats, that meant they had to surrender all of the committees to newly appointed committee chairs.
When the January 6th committee was being exchanged, Republicans expected all 4 terabytes of data from within the committee’s records.
According to a New York Post report, they only got half.
“The select committee was supposed to turn over four terabytes of archived data to Republican Chairman Barry Loudermilk of Georgia, but his committee only received two terabytes of data,” explained Breitbart.
This was a shocking discovery, one that puts serious ethics concerns on the line. What were the Democrats hiding?
According to the new committee head, a digital forensics team was hired to find out what happened with the missing data.
According to sources from Fox News, the firm found that, “117 files were deleted on Jan. 1, 2023, days before the transition of power following the midterm elections.”
Although the committee has essentially been disbanded, Chairman Loudermilk sent a letter to the former Democrat Chairman, Congressman Bennie Thompson from Mississippi.
In the letter, Loudermilk requested access to the encrypted files that they found. Loudermilk told the Democrat, “we found that most of the recovered files are password-protected, preventing us from determining what they contain.”
Loudermilk has also contacted the White House and Department of Homeland Security for their “unedited and unredacted transcripts” of testimony made to the select committee.
This is some seriously questionable behavior, prompting us to ask; what were the Democrats really using the investigatory committee for?
The deadline for compliance has been set by Loudermilk for January 24.
Informed American will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.