GOP Unveils New Constituent Services

The Stupid Coup

Yup, the Party of Personal Responsibility is working on letting the insurrectionists and coup participants have access to the January 6 security video, you know, to help them fight their cases:

House Republicans are moving to provide defendants in Jan. 6-related cases access to thousands of hours of internal Capitol security footage, a move that could influence many of the ongoing prosecutions stemming from 2021’s violent attack…

The footage access plan, described by three people familiar with the discussions, follows McCarthy’s move to grant exclusive access to the 41,000 hours of internal Capitol film from the day of the riot to Fox News’ Tucker Carlson. McCarthy and his allies are also making clear that there will be limits on the extent of material permitted to leave the tightly controlled confines of the Capitol, where Carlson’s team has been reviewing the footage for days.

There is, of course, some legitimacy in the discovery process to know what the evidence is that will be presented against you. It is an entirely different matter to give insurrectionists access to all the information about what went wrong for them and where, you know, to improve their scores for the next time.

“What gets released is obviously going to be scrutinized to make sure you’re not exposing any sensitive information that hasn’t already been exposed,” said Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-La.).

McCarthy told reporters Tuesday that he ultimately envisions releasing nearly all of the Jan. 6 surveillance footage publicly, with exceptions for sensitive security information.

Sure, K-Mac. After Tucker airs it and it becomes available to all of Possum Hollar.

This will end well.

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4 Responses to GOP Unveils New Constituent Services

  1. “What gets released is obviously going to be scrutinized to make sure you’re not exposing any sensitive information that hasn’t already been exposed,” said Majority Leader Steve Scalise (R-La.).

    “And we’re counting on Tucker to make sure it’s all been ‘already exposed!” he added.

    methinks he suffered serious brain damage when he was shot in the ass.

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  2. Does everyone remember getting to take a test again in high school, because you made too many errors to pass?

    Me neither.

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  3. roket says:

    Golly gee. I sure do hope this doesn’t backfire on them.

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  4. Sirius Lunacy says:

    My quatloos are on ‘not exposing any sensitive information that hasn’t already been exposed’ really means ‘not exposing anything that makes the traitors look bad that hasn’t already been exposed’

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