(NRCC News) – House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, a California Republican — something as rare as a Bigfoot sighting — told the members of the House Jan. 6 Committee to make sure they preserved all of their findings, including the ones that were not included in the final report, proving that once the new Congress starts with the GOP calling the shots, they want to have this information available to share with the American people.
The entire investigation into the riot that happened at the Capitol on Jan. 6 wreaks of the odor of a biased political assault designed to potentially incriminate former President Donald Trump and wreck his 2024 campaign, while also painting conservatives who follow him and support him as domestic terrorists. This, of course, causes widespread fear, making Americans hate one another so it is easier to control the masses.
“Several top lawmakers on the House Jan. 6 panel have signaled that the final report will be released before the new Congress takes over in early 2023. With the new panel, the select committee will dissolve, and Republicans—who have a majority—will likely not restore it,” The Epoch Times went on to say.
“I remind you and your staff on the Committee to preserve all records collected and transcripts of testimony taken during your investigation,” McCarthy told the panel’s chairman, Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-Miss.), in a letter dated Wednesday. “Some reports suggest that entire swaths of findings will be left out of the Committee’s final report,” McCarthy remarked.
McCarthy, who is heading up a campaign to become the next Speaker of the House once the new Congress takes over, wrote that congressional records do not ““belong to you or any member, but to the American people, and they are owed all of the information you gathered … not merely the information that comports with your political agenda.”
“The Epoch Times has contacted the Jan. 6 panel for comment. Previously, Thompson said that he will release most of the committee’s interview transcripts in the near future, saying that it had finished interviewing its final witness—Wisconsin House Speaker Robin Vos—earlier this week,” the report revealed.
However, Thompson responded to McCarthy’s demand on Wednesday telling members of the press that he had not yet seen the House minority leader’s letter. Yeah, that’s definitely throwing some shade, wouldn’t you agree? He continued by saying that McCarthy had an opportunity to testify and to appoint members to the committee.
“He had a chance to have members on the committee. So he had a chance to come and testify before the committee. So I think the horse has left the barn. And we will do our work, we will end Dec. 31. If he wants to conduct whatever he wants as speaker, it’s his choice. But we sunset Dec. 31. He can read the report. We won’t have anything in our possession after Dec. 31,” Thompson noted in his chat with reporters.
He added that a “subpoena I signed” to have the House minority leader “come and testify before the committee will be part of the record.”
Outgoing Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Rep. Adam Schiff of California, who also served on the select committee, indicated during an interview that the panel was going to remove some of the evidence from its final report.
“The evidence will all be made public,” Schiff stated during his chat with CNN on Sunday. “Now, we will have to make sure that we scrub that evidence for personally identifiable information, that the evidence that we provide protects people’s security, it doesn’t put them at risk. So there are things that we’re going to have to do along those lines.”
“Neither Schiff nor Thompson have indicated when the select committee’s final report would be released in full. But Schiff said that ‘we’re very close’ to reaching ‘consensus’ on the report. Meanwhile, Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D-Calif.) last week told CBS News ‘all the evidence’ would be released ‘within a month,'” the Epoch Times reported.
“In his Wednesday letter, McCarthy indicated Republicans will hold hearings on security failures at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. He and other Republicans have suggested the GOP would launch a number of probes into a variety of topics, including President Joe Biden’s family business deals, border security, and how federal health agencies handled the COVID-19 pandemic,” it continued.
Someone needs to do something that will hold the left accountable for the witch hunt they have carried out against conservative Trump supporters and the former president himself. It seems pretty obvious that this was the main goal of the select committee. It most certainly was not about getting to the bottom of the situation, which, by the way, is really, really fishy. Especially considering there were so many FBI agents embedded in the crowd.
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