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Breaking! Over 100 Encrypted Files Deleted By Pelosi’s Democrat-Led J6 Committee

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GOP team has obtained deleted files and is now demanding Dems hand over passwords to encrypted data

The House Administration Committee’s Oversight Subcommittee investigation into the Jan. 6, Capitol debacle has reached a standstill as Democrat members of Congress have failed to turn over 2 terabytes of data, according to Fox News Digital.

🚨🇺🇸J6 COMMITTEE HIDING EVIDENCE?

House Jan. 6 Committee reportedly wiped over 100 encrypted files right before the GOP majority transition.

Accusations of evidence tampering and concealment fly as Republicans demand explanations for the pre-transition file purge.

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— Mario Nawfal (@MarioNawfal) January 22, 2024

The Select Committee, previously led by Rep. Bennie Thompson, (D-Miss.) under Democrat leadership, was required to turn over all documents from its investigation to the new GOP leadership following the 2022 midterm elections where Republicans regained a majority in the House.

The GOP-led committee is being headed by Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-Ga.), who wrote a letter to Rep. Thompson accusing him of violating House Rules, stating, “As you acknowledged in your July 7, 2023 letter, the Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol (Select Committee) did not archive all Committee records as required by House Rules. You wrote that you sent specific transcribed interviews and depositions to the White House and Department of Homeland Security but did not archive them with the Clerk of the House.”

Fox News Digital sources also claimed Thompson promised to turn over four terabytes of data and only provided the GOP-led body with two terabytes.

The two terabytes of data reportedly included over 100 encrypted files, but Loudermilk revealed on Monday his subcommittee has “recovered over 100 deleted and encrypted files,” asking what else the Democrats were hiding.

“The former J6 Select Committee went to great lengths to prevent Americans from seeing all the evidence produced in their investigation. Our Subcommittee has recovered over 100 deleted & encrypted files. What else were they trying to hide?” he wrote.

The former J6 Select Committee went to great lengths to prevent Americans from seeing all the evidence produced in their investigation.

Our Subcommittee has recovered over 100 deleted & encrypted files. What else were they trying to hide? @BrookeSingmanhttps://t.co/MA7iJnPQOB

— Rep. Barry Loudermilk (@RepLoudermilk) January 22, 2024

A digital forensics team hired by Loudermilk’s committee found precisely 117 files were both deleted and encrypted days before Thompson’s team was supposed to hand them over to the GOP politicians.

Now that the files have been obtained by the forensics team, Loudermilk is demanding the Democrat politicians who previously led the investigation hand over the passwords to the encrypted data.

“One recovered file disclosed the identity of an individual whose testimony was not archived by the Select Committee,” Loudermilk told Thompson in his letter. “Further, we found that most of the recovered files are password-protected, preventing us from determining what they contain.”

“It’s obvious that Pelosi’s Select Committee went to great lengths to prevent Americans from seeing certain documents produced in their investigation. It also appears that Bennie Thompson and Liz Cheney intended to obstruct our Subcommittee by failing to preserve critical information and videos as required by House rules,” Loudermilk told Fox News Digital.

He added, “The American people deserve to know the full truth, and Speaker Johnson has empowered me to use all tools necessary to recover these documents to get the truth, and I will.”

Perhaps the American people will soon learn the truth about the federal government’s involvement in both setting up Jan. 6th and covering up their tracks.



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