Some of the Committee members, including Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), former Rep. Adam Kinzinger, and Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD), all lost their cool and began to act out. Carlson allegedly pushed “Kremlin talking points” and would advance conspiracy theories, according to Schiff, the man who advocated a variety of Russian collusion illusions. Without providing an explanation as to why exposing the facts is harmful or why his Committee chose not to release the video material, Kinzinger reprimanded McCarthy for sharing it with Carlson rather than the rest of Congress or investigators. Raskin managed to contradict himself by stating that the publication might jeopardize security and then asking why it wasn’t made available to the general public. Then he asserted that divulging further details about what transpired would encourage “MAGA propaganda.” You could sense how terrified everyone is of what viewers might see in the video.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) has since joined them and is in a complete state of terror. How badly is he going crazy? Chuck compared opening up the events of January 6 to the public to 9/11. I am not joking. Continue reading to hear Schumer complain about how McCarthy is “unnecessarily exposing” the Capitol to “one of the worst security concerns since 9/11.”
NEW: Schumer writes to colleagues about McCarthy's release of 1/6 security tapes to Fox News —
Says it's a "treasure trove of closely held information about how the Capitol complex is protected and its public release would compromise the safety of the Legislative Branch." pic.twitter.com/Hl1x1WxuQz
— Julie Tsirkin (@JulieNBCNews) February 22, 2023
It is absurd to say that giving the film to Tucker Carlson is comparable to the events of September 11th. The suffering endured by Americans on that day is demeaning and undervalued. I understand that Chuck is always political, but coming from a senator from New York, that is particularly awful to say. Additionally, he asserted that the “Senate” is opposed to its distribution. Chuck, I didn’t see anyone cast a ballot there. You don’t speak for the entire Senate when you speak.
Democrats are using any argument they can think of to try to discredit the release and anything that might be revealed. Why not release all of the material that doesn’t have an impact on security? They released the footage they wanted to share through the Committee that suited their political goal. We have a right to view it since it is our Congress. Despite the fact that people like Schumer may believe otherwise, they work for us and not the other way around.
Let’s talk about the security measures that Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), the House Speaker at the time, helped implement but which utterly failed that day. Given that it failed, shouldn’t we be interested in learning more about how to make it better? However, the Jan. 6 Committee’s political agenda and attempts to undermine President Donald Trump were its main goals.
But if what Tucker Carlson claimed is accurate, it appears like Schumer and the rest of his gang will have more tantrums. He claimed that some of the things they’ve previously seen conflict with what we’ve been told. So when they continue to examine the film, get ready for more meltdowns when Carlson explains it next week.