'Unfettered Access To The J6 Tapes': Marjorie Taylor Greene Makes A HUGE Announcement That Will Shake Up The Democrats' Narrative About January 6th

Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) made a big announcement yesterday concerning expanding the number of media outlets with unencumbered access to the January 6th tapes. She made sure to credit House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) for approving these changes. 

Previously, Speaker McCarthy only granted such special access to the security footage to Tucker Carlson when he was a Fox News show host earlier this year. Carlson played some of the footage for the public that ran contrary to narratives about certain participants in the January 6th riot. Tucker's departure from Fox News since then has complicated the further release of the footage. 

Marjorie Taylor Greene has since come forward announcing on social media the big news: "I’m excited to share the good news that just as I promised the J6 tapes are being released! [Speaker McCarthy] has given [John Solomon from Just the News], [Julie Kelly], and a third outlet unfettered access to the J6 tapes, and their reporting on it starts tomorrow. This is the transparency the American people deserve and I look forward to their reporting!"

The conservative commentator who goes under the name of Catturd on Twitter fired back, writing, "Again ... the promise was to release it to the public. Releasing it to 3 members of the press is a million miles away from that. - and this is being released today to soften the blow of McCarthy caving and screwing us again. Tired of these games."


Representative Greene responded to the commentator's criticism by writing, "I would love for everyone to be able to see the J6 tapes except the funded Antifa internet trolls that can’t wait to comb through every ounce of video with facial recognition software in order to doxx every person that simply stood on the Capitol grounds that day so they can ruin their lives and the FBI can raid their homes in the middle of the night and the DOJ can persecute them mercilessly."   

The promise that McCarthy made back in January 2023 when he gained the speaker's gavel was that he would consider releasing all the footage from that day since the "public should see what happened" with their own eyes rather than rely on secondary reports of that day.  

Julie Kelly, the aforementioned senior writer for American Greatness to whom J6 footage will be released to, wrote on this occasion, "Two years ago this month, I wrote my first article about DOJ concealing thousands of hours of surveillance video from January 6....For the first time, we have the chance to control the narrative on Jan 6 and expose the fraudulent J6 committee, which acted as both a coverup of the truth and a missile aimed at Trump. Giving access to [John Solomon] and me (and another solid reporter) then allowing us to combine clips with new and existing reporting will effectively erode the media/Dems storyline. And after looking at recordings, I can tell you, it's an exceedingly laborious process."

"I'll admit maybe I was naive in thinking they could all be uploaded and made public--my hope is that will still happen, but will take time," she explained, adding, "I understand the frustration and I will do my part to keep pushing for full public release in the near future. For now, I think this side will be pleased (shocked?) by a steady release of new material."

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