Speaking to conservative commentator Charlie Kirk on Tuesday, U.S. Congressman Matt Gaetz claimed Republicans will release the thus-far-unseen 14,000 hours of footage from January 6th, following years of subterfuge over the matter by both Congressional Democrats and U.S. law enforcement.
Until now, only a small percentage of what happened in D.C. on Jan 6 2021 has been released for the American public to scrutinize. Gaetz’s pledged will change all of that.
Gaetz: Republicans will release “14,000 hours of [J6] tapes that have been hidden”
Looks like truth about Pelosi’s Fed-Op is going to be exposed even further!
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“Kevin McCarthy told us he’s going to get the evidence out in front of the American people, and that means releasing the 14,000 hours of tapes that have been hidden,” Gaetz said, adding that such a move “would give more full context to that day rather than the cherry-picked moments the January 6th committee tried to use to inflame and further divide our country.”
More strange information about January 6th came to light recently, upon the release of the Ray Epps interview. Epps, 62, was caught multiple times over January 5th and 6th urging rally attendees and protesters to enter the Capitol. He was also filmed on the front lines of the first breaches of police lines. Despite this, he was never a focus of the Jan 6th committee, nor law enforcement, in the immediate aftermath of the incident.
Following investigations by Revolver.news, Epps became somewhat infamous in political circles. His subsequent interview with the Jan 6th committee, however, raises more questions than it answers, as explained here by National Pulse editor-in-chief Raheem Kassam on his latest Substack.
For example, Epps told the committee he traveled to Washington, D.C. for a “great family vacation” but at the same time appeared to solicit gauze, tourniquets, and breathing tubes to take with him.
Kassam also points to missing hours in the Epps timeline of January 5th, as well as the evident attempts to gloss over pertinent facts by the committee, during the full, 96-page interview. A summary, as well as a link to the full interview, can be read here.