Democrats Nervous After Republicans Gain Access To 41,000 Hours Of Jan. 6 Video That Threatens To Expose Their Kangaroo Court Hearings

House Speaker Kevin McCarthy gave Fox News’ Tucker Carlson ‘unfettered’ access to the video footage

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(Daily Wire) House Democrats plan to meet and discuss Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) giving Fox News host Tucker Carlson access to 41,000 hours of Capitol surveillance footage from the January 6, 2021.

Minority Leader Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) sent a letter to Democratic colleagues on Tuesday saying his team is “working to confirm the precise nature of the video transfer,” which he called a “reported breach” that poses potential national security risks.


When House Democrats hold a virtual caucus meeting set for Wednesday afternoon, Jeffries said members will hear presentations from House Administration Committee ranking member Joe Morelle (D-NY) and Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS), who was chairman of the now-defunct January 6 Committee.


Axios first reported on Monday that McCarthy shared with Carlson 41,000 hours of surveillance footage from the day a crowd of people entered the U.S. Capitol, disrupting lawmakers who were meeting to certify President Joe Biden’s 2020 election victory.

Carlson later said on his show, “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” that his team has been granted what they believe to be “unfettered” access to the tapes, and he plans to start sharing what they have found next week.

“Some of our smartest producers have been there looking at this stuff, trying to figure out what it means and how it contradicts, or not, the story that we’ve been told for more than two years,” Carlson said. “We think already that in some ways it does contradict that story.”

McCarthy has not yet commented publicly on the situation, but a Fox News spokesperson told The Daily Wire that the report from Axios was accurate.

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