Last Friday as we were all whining that Congress had left town early and wasn’t doing the People’s business (still a valid point, I feel), Speak Mike Johnson did something his predecessor wouldn’t. He dropped 95% of the Capitol “riot” footage we have all been asking to see.
Watch it. You’ll see that aside from the actions of a very few outliers who were swept up in the mood generated by agents provocateurs from the Feds, the MAGA crowds were peaceful and that the fighting was a set-up. Remember, this was created to justify and attack on Trump for “insurrection”.
The DC Mayor, the FBI, then Speaker Pelosi and many others must have been in on it. The first video tells you all you need to know. The others compound it.
Talk about walking into a trap! Unfortunately, they had no idea how truly evil the people in our government, the MSM, and in our judicial system truly were, before they followed those corrupt Capital police officers through those open doors pic.twitter.com/35Gk9SouVY— Vince Langman (@LangmanVince) November 18, 2023
Want to look at the footage yourself?
Click the link below. This website will be updated continuously with thousands of hours of footage as it passed by the Committee who have to blur out innocents and keep back video with footage related to Capitol security (whatever that means).
Committee on House Administration Access to USCP Video From January 6, 2021
Overview: Outside access to review U.S. Capitol Police security footage in person and online public reading room
- Starting November 20, 2023, the Committee on House Administration (CHA) will allow access to terminals by all U.S. citizens and U.S. lawful permanent residents.
- Viewers will be asked to leave cell phones, cameras, and recording devices outside the room and must agree, in writing, not to record footage from terminals.
- Access will be subject to time restrictions to enable CHA staff to administer this access.
- Access to footage or provision of video clips will be subject to CHA’s discretion and is final, not subject to appeal. Neither the limited grant of access to the footage nor the limited provision of video clips by CHA makes or shall be interpreted to make this footage a public record for any purpose, including but not limited to the common law right of access, or any other open recordslaws.
- CHA will establish an online public viewing room that will contain all U.S. Capitol Police (USCP)video clips that are released under this policy (except with respect to certain security-sensitivefootage) and will be available to the public.
- These policies do not apply to Members of Congress.Process for viewing footage
- Terminals will be available on weekdays except for holidays from 9 am to noon and 1 pm to 4 pm,Eastern Time.
- Only U.S. citizens and U.S. lawful permanent residents are permitted to access terminals andfootage. Proof of citizenship or lawful permanent residency must be provided to staff before accessto footage will be granted.
- Prospective viewers must email CHA staff ([email protected]) torequest an appointment time for terminal access.
- Each appointment is first come, first served.
- Priority access will be given to Members of Congress, defendants charged with crimes related toJanuary 6, 2021, and their counsel, and individuals who were physically harmed on January 6, 2021, at the United States Capitol and their counsel, U.S. news outlets (not limited to press accredited through congressional galleries), non-profit organizations, and the general public, in that order.Process for requesting clips after terminal review:
• Terminal viewers will be permitted to request video clips of USCP video subject to the following criteria:
- Each outlet, organization, or individual can request 10 clips per week.
- Each clip can be no longer than 10 minutes in length.
- The total length of clips per request can be no more than 60 minutes.
- Clips will be released based on the following parameters:
• Category 1. Clips will be released if the same clips have already been made public by the federal government, news media, or documentary films (i.e., not by private citizens on social media).
CHA staff will keep a list of public clips described above.Requesters may also point CHA staff to a previous public release (by the federal government, news media, or in documentary films (i.e., not by private citizens on social media)) if not found on the CHA list.
- Category 2. Clips will be released if from a camera previously identified by USCP as “non-sensitive” and do not show footage that, in the determination of CHA staff, would raise security concerns, such as footage showing officers defusing bombsor other tactical situations.
o CHA staff will make every effort to blur individuals’ faces from Category2 footage.
o CHA may seek advice from USCP with respect to the sensitivity of suchclips.
- Category 3. Clips will generally not be released if from a camera previouslyidentified by USCP as “sensitive.”
Exceptions: If such clips are (a) also Category 1 clips, or (b) in the determination of CHA staff the public interest of the clips outweighs the security sensitivity of the clips.
CHA staff will make every effort to blur individuals’ faces from Category 2 footage.
CHA may seek advice from USCP with respect to the sensitivity of such clips.
• Defendants charged with crimes related to January 6, 2021, at the United States Capitol and their counsel, and individuals who were physically harmed on January 6, 2021, at the United States Capitol and their counsel, may request footage that would otherwise not be released due to security-sensitivity or other concerns if they certify to CHA, in writing, that:
- The requested footage was not made available to them by prosecutors;
- The requested footage contains potentially exculpatory information; and
- The requested footage will be used exclusively for their or their client’s legal representationand will not be shared publicly.
Online Public Viewing Room: General public access to review USCP video clips:
• After clips have been released according to the procedures above, the clips will be uploaded to a “public viewing room” maintained by CHA. The public viewing room will also include any clips already released before these procedures were put into place.
• Clips will not be associated with a particular requester.
• Access to the public viewing room will be available via the CHA website. Public access to the viewing room will terminate at a time to be determined by the CHA.