MUST WATCH: Jan 6 Prosecutors Didn’t Want You To See THIS Video, Now We Know Why (VIDEO)
Attempts by Biden administration prosecutors to keep Capitol surveillance video from the January 6 election integrity demonstrations from being published were rejected by a court, who overturned the prosecutors’ efforts to keep the film hidden from the public.
“The government shall make the video evidence submitted to the Court on August 16, 2021, in connection with the defendant’s plea hearing held on August 19, 2021, publicly available without restrictions as soon as possible by providing access using the “drop box” technical solution described in D.D.C. Standing Order No. 21-28,” according to US District Chief Judge Beryl Howell.
Prosecutors were unsuccessful in their attempt to prevent part of the 14,000 hours of surveillance footage from January 6 that had been collected by the FBI from being made public. And, much to the displeasure of anti-Trump Democrats, social media is already having a field day with the story. Zoe Tillman of Buzzfeed was the one who broke the news
DOJ released a new set of Capitol surveillance videos from Jan. 6 after a judge ordered them to do so, rejecting the government’s argument that making the clips public presented a security risk. On that fight, and what the videos show: https://t.co/IwJekF6hSX pic.twitter.com/aoIuDvuW8u
— Zoe Tillman (@ZoeTillman) September 22, 2021
When part of this footage found its way into the hands of the public, it became clear why the prosecution didn’t want it to be released: it contradicted the narrative of the ‘deadly insurrection’ that had been propagated by the fake news media for months. Take a look for yourself:
— il Donaldo Trumpo (@PapiTrumpo) September 23, 2021
Prosecutors didn’t want this Jan 6 footage to come out. Now it was 1.5 million views. Why is that? pic.twitter.com/n0MQICC0HL
— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) September 23, 2021
This isn’t even a complete list of all of the videos. Who knows what additional embarrassments for the media may lurk among the remaining 14,000 hours of video from the January 6 incident?
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