Nets Ignore Jan 6 Committee Destroying Evidence Related to Capitol Riots

August 9th, 2023 11:51 PM

Fox News Digital reported Tuesday that the hyper partisan Pelosi-picked January 6 committee failed to “preserve documents, data and video depositions” related to their investigation into the riots at the U.S. Capitol. The leftist media and especially the major networks have no interest in this story since they were big cheerleaders for the January 6 committee. 

In fact, all three networks failed to report on this violation of House rules and federal law by not preserving documents. Instead, the three networks gave airtime to a billion-dollar lottery ticket sold in Florida (ABC and CBS), and plans for the first space tourist flight (NBC). 

“The now-disbanded ‘J6’ committee, which was run by Democrats and included only two GOP members, has also failed to provide any evidence that it looked into Capitol Hill security failures on the day of the riot, Rep. Barry Loudermilk, R-Ga., chairman of the Subcommittee on Oversight for the Committee on House Administration,” said to Fox News. 

"Part of our task as this oversight subcommittee is to actually address the security failures, look into how did it happen…how were these folks able to get into the Capitol," Loudermilk added. 

What's worse was that according to Loudermilk, “Nothing was indexed. There was no table of contents index. Usually when you conduct this level of investigation, you use a database system and everything is digitized, indexed. We got nothing like that. We just got raw data.”   

Instead of investigating the security failures at the Capitol that day, Loudermilk said that the group set up to investigate was shut down by the committee so they could continue their witch hunt against former President Trump. 

"We've got lots of depositions, we've got lots of subpoenas, we've got video and other documents provided through subpoenas by individuals. But we're not seeing anything from the Blue Team as far as reports on the investigation they did looking into the actual breach itself," Loudermilk told Fox. 

“The Blue Team” was the name of the group that was tasked with investigating the security breaches. 

The chair of the now defunct January 6 committee Bennie Thompson claims, according to correspondence obtained by Fox News Digital, that all records that were required to be handed over were. Thompson claimed "4 terabytes" of data were handed over, yet Loudermilk claims “his committee has only received 2.5 terabytes of data.”

This bias by omission from the three networks was made possible by Allstate on ABC, Progressive on CBS, and Liberty Mutual on NBC.