I think this is from their release of documents. Remember that House Rep Loudermilk who led a group of his constituents through the House Office building and Capitol on Jan. 5? It seems at least one of that group was part of the action on the 6th.
Now, why do you want to insult jackholes? Loudermilk is far worse than that.😉Not sure of the burden of proof but this Loudermilk buffon hopefully gets whats coming to him....traiterous jackhole....
I’m not sure, but I think his earlier statements were not under oath. I think they were statements made to reporters.Were these statements made under oath? Perjury?
Well, one thing is certain, he's not at all credible. I wouldn't believe a word coming out of that idiot's mouth.I’m not sure, but I think his earlier statements were not under oath. I think they were statements made to reporters.
This is a WaPo article that appears in Apple News, so it’s free for me to read it. I find it fascinating that the Jan 6 committee had extensive information on radical rightists use of social media to foment violence before the insurrection, but it didn’t make the final report.
“The evidence they collected was written up in a 122-page memo that was circulated among the committee, according to a draft viewed by The Washington Post. But in the end, committee leaders declined to delve into those topics in detail in their final report, reluctant to dig into the roots of domestic extremism taking hold in the Republican Party beyond former president Donald Trump and concerned about the risks of a public battle with powerful tech companies, according to three people familiar with the matter who spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss the panel’s sensitive deliberations.
Congressional investigators found evidence that tech platforms — especially Twitter — failed to heed their own employees’ warnings about violent rhetoric on their platforms and bent their rules to avoid penalizing conservatives, particularly then-president Trump, out of fear of reprisals. The draft report details how most platforms did not take “dramatic” steps to rein in extremist content until after the attack on the Capitol, despite clear red flags across the internet.” (Emphasis mine)
What the Jan. 6 probe found out about social media, but didn’t report — The Washington PostThe Jan. 6 committee's 845-page report offered few details of social media's role in the Capitol riot. Transcripts and an unreleased memo shows the committee knew more.apple.news
I’m beginning to wonder if Liz Cheney influenced this decision just as she was rumored to have influenced the decision to leave Ginni Thomas out of the final report of the committee.
There is now so much evidence against the theory that the government was censoring conservatives that if anyone pushes that crap you know they are either lying or doing the work of liars. I just posted another article today in the Twitter thread of independent analysis of the so-called Twitter files. It’s all BS just as you said.Nice to see this coming out right now to put up against the "the government is censoring conservatives on Twitter" bullshirt.
There is now so much evidence against the theory that the government was censoring conservatives that if anyone pushes that crap you know they are either lying or doing the work of liars. I just posted another article today in the Twitter thread of independent analysis of the so-called Twitter files. It’s all BS just as you said.
It is literally propaganda 101, push out a fire hose of BS and never stop. The facts cannot possibly keep up.