Cheney Commits Crime Against Trump?
Liz Cheney had to have been behind this.
The former House Select Committee on January 6th DELETED over 100 encrypted files from its inquiry just prior to the Republicans assuming the majority in the House of Representatives, according to information obtained by Fox News Digital.
Chairman Barry Loudermilk, R-Ga., is leading the House Administration Committee’s Oversight Subcommittee investigation into the events of January 6, 2021. The focus is on the security lapses on that day and the actions of the previous select committee investigating the Capitol riot.
Loudermilk disclosed that his investigation has entered a “new phase” with renewed support from House Speaker Mike Johnson, R-La., who has allocated additional resources to the panel’s inquiry.
According to sources familiar with the investigation, the former select committee, chaired by Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., was obligated to hand over all investigation documents to the new GOP-led panel, following the Republicans gaining the House majority after the 2022 midterm elections.
However, it appears that the transfer was incomplete. Despite Thompson promising four terabytes of archived data, only around two terabytes were received by the new committee. In response, Loudermilk’s committee employed a digital forensics team to analyze hard drives and identify missing information.
The forensics team discovered that 117 files had been both deleted and encrypted on January 1, 2023, just days before the deadline for transferring data to the new committee. All 117 files have now been recovered, prompting Loudermilk to request access to the digital files from Thompson.
Loudermilk, in a letter to Thompson, highlighted the failure to archive all committee records as required by House Rules. He also emphasized the incomplete transfer of digital files and the discrepancy in terabyte counts.
The recovered files, however, are password-protected, hindering the committee’s ability to determine their contents. Loudermilk has demanded a list of passwords from Thompson to ensure proper archiving.
Simultaneously, Loudermilk sent letters to the White House and the Department of Homeland Security, seeking unedited and unredacted transcripts of testimony to the former select committee. The committee believes these transcripts exist but were not handed over by the Thompson-led committee.
Loudermilk set a deadline of January 24 for the White House and DHS to comply with the request, asserting that efforts were made to prevent the public from accessing certain documents and accusing Thompson and Liz Cheney of obstructing the subcommittee by not preserving crucial information and videos as per House rules. Loudermilk affirmed his commitment to using all necessary tools to recover the documents and reveal the truth to the American people.