It’s amazing. For years, we’ve been screaming for the RINOs and Dems to release the January 6th footage. And all that time, nobody in the media seemed to care very much about it. But the second McCarthy hands all 40K hours over to Tucker, all hell breaks loose and suddenly, every body wants to get their hands on it. And that’s because they desperately want to try to control the narrative. This isn’t about “truth” and “facts.” Hell no. It’s about the mainstream media’s very clear agenda, and protecting the lies they’ve been spreading.
Axios reported that attorney Charles Tobin sent a letter to congressional leadership on behalf of 10 media organizations, including Axios, CNN and Politico, to request all closed-circuit surveillance camera footage recorded on Jan. 6, 2021, inside and around the Capitol.
“The incredible public interest in understanding what transpired on January 6 crosses party lines,” the letter states.
“Without full public access to the complete historical record, there is concern that an ideologically-based narrative of an already polarizing event will take hold in the public consciousness, with destabilizing risks to the legitimacy of Congress, the Capitol Police, and the various federal investigations and prosecutions of January 6 crimes,” it continues.
Well, for now, the only person who has that footage is Tucker, and he’s got an overwhelming task before him. How on earth is he going to get through all that footage? Even if he had a team of 100 people, working full-time, it’d take like 6 months.
It’s like looking for a needle in a haystack… But one former Trump aide has some very good advice for Tucker.
Darren Beattie, Trump’s former speech-writer and the editor of Revolver News, says that Tucker and his team should focus their efforts on the “western perimeter.”
That’s most likely scene of “the crime.”
After a long and contentious battle for the Speakership, Kevin McCarthy is understandably eager to prove his bona fides to the America First constituency. In perhaps one of his most encouraging displays yet, McCarthy has agreed to give Tucker Carlson access to over 41 thousand — yes, thousand — hours of Capitol Police surveillance footage.
Charlie Kirk had Revolver News’ Darren Beattie on his program to discuss the release of this footage. Beattie pointed out some dark aspects of the above media commentator’s history which can be explored in more detail in this classic Revolver piece.
After dispatching Tucker’s detractors, Beattie explains where the Fedsurrection bodies are buried, offering advice to Tucker’s producers on where to target their search for damning footage further exposing the Fedsurrection lie.
Good advice. Let’s hope Tucker’s listening.