Speaker Mike Johnson (R-L) has fulfilled his promise of making all the January 6th surveillance tapes available to the public. The tapes are now available online in the CHA Subcommittee Reading Room. The decision follows a period of limited release and stalled efforts under his predecessor, former Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA).
“Today, I am keeping my promise to the American people and making all the January 6th tapes available to ALL Americans,” wrote Johnson. The limited release of footage to Tucker Carlson earlier in the year led to significant controversy.
Today, I am keeping my promise to the American people and making all the January 6th tapes available to ALL Americans.
— Speaker Mike Johnson (@SpeakerJohnson) November 17, 2023
Here’s a new piece of footage that shows protesters peacefully walking through the halls of Congress, contrary to what the media will tell you:
Back in March, McCarthy gave most of the footage to then-Fox News host Tucker Carlson. While many applauded the former Speaker, McCarthy also faced pushback from many politicians. Six weeks after releasing the tapes, Carlson was terminated by Fox News.
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