As you know, the January 6 Kangaroo Kommittee headed by Mississippi Rep. Bennie Thompon has acknowledged it “failed to preserve” (translation: destroyed) massive amounts of evidence from their so-called investigation. Victoria Taft at PJ MEDIA says this evidence has “gone the way of certain Secret Service call records, the Capitol Hill pipe bomber’s identity, the ID of the White House cocaine addict, and Hillary Clinton’s bleach bit emails.”
If these documents are unattainable, that means they’re useless for Trump’s defense. (Can you say “obstruction of justice”?) This fact was not lost on Trump, who has called for his J6 indictment to be immediately withdrawn. Of course, it won’t be.
TWO TERABYTES of information are gone. Without getting too technical, that is one titanic boatload of information. And it has sunk like the Titanic.
It’s so unretrievable, it may as well be somewhere in President Biden’s cerebral cortex.
The committee says it wasn’t required to keep it, but that is one more lie. And why WOULDN’T they keep it, if it supported their claims? Judging by the way they’ve sicced the legal system on Trump over the documents issue, we think they should be held to a much higher standard themselves. Victoria Taft concludes, “Because so many of these types of incidents have taken place...the Democrats no longer get the benefit of the doubt. They have earned suspicion, antipathy, and hisses from the American people.”
Meanwhile, EPOCH TV has examined tens of thousands of hours of security video from the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021, and is gradually filling in gaps in our knowledge. To their everlasting credit, this is actual investigative reporting. Watching the thin line of Capitol police trying to control this crowd, which was already growing and gaining steam while Trump was speaking some distance away, should make anyone wonder, “WHY WEREN’T THE NATIONAL GUARD THERE??” That’s what former Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund has been wondering for going-on three years.
We’ll have analysis later in the week, including new mysteries about people in the crowd behaving strangely. Who was the woman in the pink beret?