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Feb 05 2022

Judicial Watch Sues to See January 6 Emails and Video

After over a year of hype, hearings, and investigations, it is clear that Democrats want everyone to know the truth about the unruly protest against election fraud that crossed over into trespassing on January 6. Or maybe they don’t. Judicial Watch is suing the federal government so that we can have a look at videos and emails pertaining to the supposed “insurrection.”

What JW wants:

• Email communications between the U.S. Capitol Police Executive Team and the Capitol Police Board concerning the security of the Capitol on January 6, 2021. …

• Email communications of the Capitol Police Board with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the U.S. Department of Justice, and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security concerning the security of the Capitol on January 6, 2021. …

• All video footage from within the Capitol between 12 pm and 9 pm on January 6, 2021.

Congress has exempted itself from the Freedom of Information Act, so the lawsuit is based on “the common law right of access to public records.”

If Pelosi et al. did not have something to hide regarding January 6, a lawsuit would not be necessary.

Maybe they don’t want us to know that federal agents helped instigate the incident, that the lack of security precautions was deliberate, or that Michael Byrd belongs in prison for shooting the unarmed Ashley Babbitt, the only person who was killed that day. Or maybe they just don’t want reality interfering with the narrative that January 6 was some kind of big deal. After all, it’s all the Democratic Party has to run on.

On a tip from Chuck A.


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