After Tucker Carlson aired the security footage recorded at the Capitol on January 6, Democrats and the rest of the ruling-class elites went into a panic.
The footage released by Carlson blew their phony narrative out of the water.
But the Chair of the January 6 Committee just made a stunningly infuriating admission about Capitol security footage that you won’t believe.
This can’t be real life
In the wake of the Democrats’ toddler-like tantrum over Tucker Carlson’s reporting on the previously unseen 41,000 hours of unedited security footage recorded at the Capitol on January 6, America is learning more important details about Nancy Pelosi’s witch hunt committee.
And in a stunning twist, the Democrat Chairman of the January 6 Committee just exposed one truth that has Americans asking far more questions than ever before.
CNN political reporter Alayna Treene took to Twitter last week to report that House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) made the 41,000 hours of security footage available to all members of Congress to view at any time.
That means any Democrat or establishment Republican who claims Tucker Carlson has somehow lied by showing the footage could easily debunk him if he were actually lying.
However, there was another little factoid in Treene’s reporting that put jaws on the floor.
According to January 6 Committee Chairman Bennie Thompson (D-MS), the access Congress now has to the security footage had not been allowed under former Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA).
“It’s strictly a new policy that the new Speaker has put in place,” Thompson said.
According to Thompson, none of the Committee members had access to the footage.
Instead, they simply had their staff watch it for them.
“Thompson said he doesn’t think any of the Jan. 6 members themselves ever had access to the footage — they let only staff view it,” Treene continued in her report. ‘I’m actually not aware of any member of the committee who had access. We had a team of employees who kind of went through the video.’”
Even though the Democrats and establishment Republicans have breathlessly defended their narrative as the truth, apparently they’ve never even seen the actual footage.
These Committee members were supposed to be “investigating” the events of that day to determine exactly what happened and what went wrong.
Yet they all relied on a nameless “team of employees” to decide what transpired in what they claim was one of the biggest acts of domestic terrorism in American history.
The implications of such a revelation are nearly boundless.
Furthermore, who exactly were the nameless employees who made up the supposed super team that somehow dissected all 41,000 hours of tape but somehow missed the thousands of hours that contradict their narrative?
That’s an important question, especially considering how Democrats brought in former ABC President James Goldstein to “produce” the televised hearings to ensure a “maximum impact.”
Prior to the Committee’s hearings, the New York Post reported that part of the strategy of bringing Goldstein in was to turn the primetime televised hearings into “made-for-TV events.”
“The plan is to present the case in six tight, thematic episodes that will unfold in prime time and during the day, running 90 to 150 minutes,” the Post reported. “The idea is to make them as compelling as the marathon Watergate hearings — some of which stretched for hours — but tailored for the streaming era and a media world fueled by viral moments.”
Was the former ABC President involved in selecting and editing the footage used during the primetime hearings even though duly elected members of Congress were not allowed to view it?
Needless to say, there’s far more questions than answers after Bennie Thompson’s latest bombshell.
And as a result, House Republicans should be adding this to their list of investigations.
Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.