It's 'A Game Changer': Newly Released January 6th Footage Blows A Hole Into The Democrat Narrative

The January 6th riot has been a source of controversy since its occurrence over two years ago but details continue to come out after House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) recently turned over security footage to certain journalists like John Solomon and Julie Kelly. 

Those journalists are working to release meaningful footage from that day that previously never saw the light of day. John Solomon recently released footage of a door on the West side of the Capitol building that was left open and basically unguarded on that day. This breach of security allowed some 300 persons to flow into the building without major obstacles even as other entries were jealously guarded by Capitol police, according to Just the News.

The footage confirms concerns raised by Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) which were unduly dismissed by the Democratic-controlled House January 6th Committee. Johnson told Just the News that "Some people did enter the Capitol, not by committing acts of violence, but were literally let in." 

Johnson previously pointed out that police did not appear to be concerned over the breach. He wrote a letter back on June 10, 2021, to the Capitol police that "Over the span of a 14-minute period, approximately 309 unauthorized individuals entered the Capitol on January 6 through the upper west terrace doors. At approximately 2:26 p.m. on January 6, a security camera showed a male inside the Capitol attempting to open one of the upper west terrace doors to exit the building. This unauthorized individual, who was by himself at the time, walked through a narrow hallway to the double doors and attempted to exit through the left door by pushing the door’s crash bar."

He further wrote that "[t]he door did not open and the individual turned around and walked back through the hallway and away from the doors. Approximately seven minutes later, at 2:33 p.m., security footage showed five unauthorized individuals walking down the same hallway, past a police officer." 

Senator Johnson recalled that the police never responded to his observations with answers. He noted, "[w]e do not have, we don't know the truth...And what always haunts me is that history is written by the victors and we know the Democrats -- we know the liberal left -- wants to paint conservatives as potential domestic terrorists. I didn't see any armed insurrectionists there...There may have been a few insurrectionists in there but there weren't thousands of armed insurrectionists. And yet, that was a narrative that the left wanted to push. They continue to push it. It's just dishonest." 

Former FBI agent Steven Friend, who blew the whistle on the FBI's alleged civil liberties violations against some of the January 6th defendants, remarked that the footage would be useful to some of the defendants. He said, "I think it's sort of a game changer. I mean, here, they didn't even position authority figures there who would admonish folks not to use that door...and that's the Capitol, the people's house. And I think there was a general sentiment among people there who even might have thought that it was more of just a regular tour of the building."

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