One hearing exposed an eye-opening detail about Pelosi’s January 6 witch hunt

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Permanent Washington continues to promote January 6 as an attack on par with 9/11.

That hysteria justifies turning the War on Terror inward on Donald Trump and his supporters.

But one hearing exposed an eye-opening detail about Nancy Pelosi’s January 6 witch hunt.

The January 6th House Select Committee was sold to the American people as a fact-finding mission to get to the bottom of the Capitol Hill riot.

Instead, the January 6 Committee solely focused on portraying Donald Trump as an insurrectionist at the exclusion of everything else.

But now that the GOP is back in control of the House, Republicans are digging to get to the bottom of what happened on January 6.

The pipe bombs

Recently, the House Administration Oversight Subcommittee held a hearing regarding the two pipe bombs found on the day of the Capitol Hill riot.

The pipe bombs served as the justification for pulling security resources away from the Capitol, but since then, the bombs have been conspicuously underexplored by the FBI and underreported by the so-called mainstream media.

According to subcommittee Chairman Barry Loudermilk of Georgia, “pipe bomb” was only referenced five times in the January 6 Committee’s 845-page report.

Loudermilk explained, “Additionally, the Jan. 6 Select Committee, which was meant to dive into the failures and investigations of Jan. 6, completely neglected to investigate the devices…Despite former Speaker Nancy Pelosi and House Democrats spending millions of dollars in their two years of the select committee, their investigation into the pipe bombs was nonexistent.”

It is certainly suspicious that more detail was paid as to whether or not Trump grabbed the steering wheel of the presidential vehicle known as The Beast, but the committee only had a glancing interest in two devices that presumably could have endangered the Vice President-elect and a high-ranking member of Congress.

Unsurprisingly, Democrats on the subcommittee were disinterested in the pipe bomb investigation.

Democrat deflection

Democrat Norma Torres of California said that it was “premature to assess the law enforcement response to a criminal act while a federal investigation is still active and ongoing…I am sure that my colleagues on the other side of the aisle know this, which leads me to wonder what exactly is it that we’re doing here this morning? Maybe it is to peddle crazy right-wing conspiracy theories about the Jan. 6 pipe bombs spreading in the dark corners of the internet.”

That is the Democrats’ strategy of recording any questions about January 6 outside the scope of Trump’s behavior.

However, the story of the pipe bombs gets stranger as the investigation unfolds.

For example, the bombs were allegedly inoperable despite FBI testimony to the contrary.

And even though the person who planted the bomb outside the DNC used a cell phone, geolocation technology was unable to track the user because the cellular carrier supposedly said the data was corrupted.

Republicans will continue to pull on the thread and see where it goes, which is what Pelosi’s January 6 Committee should have done in the first place.

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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