The partisan J6 committee has been falsifying facts for years now. But no one expected them to go this far.
And now we have proof the J6 committee destroyed critical evidence to hide the truth.
The January 6th Committee, long accused of playing fast and loose with facts in its pursuit of President Trump, has come under fresh fire for mysteriously deleting over 100 encrypted files just days before Republicans regained control of the House.
This blatant act of digital disappearing has triggered alarm bells across the political spectrum, with calls for a thorough investigation and potential consequences for those involved.
At the heart of the controversy lies the potential link between the missing files and the ongoing Fulton County, Georgia investigation into alleged election interference by President Trump.
Reports suggest that the January 6th Committee, driven by partisan zeal, colluded with Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis to share sensitive information that could be used to prosecute the former president.
This raises troubling questions about the integrity of both the committee’s investigation and Willis’s politically charged case.
While the January 6th Committee claims to have lost or misplaced a significant chunk of its investigative findings, its willingness to readily hand over information to Willis paints a different picture.
Rep. Barry Loudermilk, Chair of the House Administration Committee’s Oversight Subcommittee, has revealed that his team uncovered 117 encrypted files deleted on January 1, 2023, just ahead of the Republican handover.
This deliberate act of data purging casts a long shadow over the committee’s already suspected impartiality.
Demanding answers and accountability, Loudermilk has condemned the committee’s actions as a blatant attempt to obstruct justice and conceal potentially damaging evidence.
“It’s obvious that [the J6 committee] went to great lengths to prevent Americans from seeing certain documents produced in their investigation,” he declared.
“It also appears that Bennie Thompson and Liz Cheney intended to obstruct our Subcommittee by failing to preserve critical information and videos as required by House rules.”
Beyond mere procedural violations, Loudermilk expressed deep concern about the potential impact on the American public’s right to know the truth.
“Because the American people have a right to know what happened,” he stated, “My main goal is to get the truth out there and give the American people the ability to make their own determination on this with facts — not with preconceived ideas or pre-determined narratives — but just the facts of what happened.”
The whispers of collusion between the January 6th Committee and Willis add a layer of suspicion to the entire picture.
Some Republicans allege that the committee’s selective sharing of information aimed to bolster Willis’s case against Trump while keeping critical evidence hidden from public scrutiny.
This could potentially violate legal discovery protocols and raise serious ethical concerns.
As Breitbart News’ Joel Pollak aptly points out, such collusion could be fatal to Willis’s case.
“The evidence was concealed to keep it away from discovery requirements that would allow defense lawyers to see what was shared, and the extent of the collaboration,” he wrote.
The implications of this are stark: a politically motivated prosecution built on questionable evidence and orchestrated in the shadows.
The missing files from the January 6th Committee are not just a lost digital archive; they represent a potential cover-up, a deliberate attempt to obscure the truth for partisan gain.
The American people deserve transparency, accountability, and a fair legal process, all of which seem sadly lacking in this unfolding saga.
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