Attention: House Republicans make major announcement about Jan. 6 CCTV footage

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House Republicans are making good on their promise to release over 40,000 hours of CCTV footage from the events of January 6, 2021.

After the FBI arrested Blaze Media journalist Steve Baker for his coverage of the January 6 protest, Representative Barry Loudermilk is announcing the release of 5,000 hours of footage.

“If you’re going to go after Steve Baker, you need to go after the dozens of other reporters that were present in the Capitol that day, who didn’t do anything wrong,” Loudermilk tells Glenn Beck.

“That’s why we wanted to make sure we got these videos regarding Steve and where he was out early,” he adds.

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The 5,000 hours of video footage will be available to the public on Rumble and will be rolling out over the course of the day.

“We are going to continue every week with rolling out more and more,” he tells Glenn, explaining that in around eight weeks, there should be all 40,000 hours of video footage up.

The videos House Republicans are releasing first are being released first partly because of what Steve Baker is going through.

“That was part of it because we see the direction that certain people are going and what they’re trying to cover up,” Loudermilk explains.

Both Glenn and Loudermilk are well aware that Baker has done nothing wrong.

“He offered all of it to the FBI, and, I mean, on day one, when he had it, he was like, ‘If you need it you can have it,’” Glenn explains, adding “I mean, he was documenting.”

“Our prayers are with Steve,” Loudermilk says. “This is horrendous. It’s terrible. We’re going to be there to make sure that justice is done and that means that the freedom, our Constitution is upheld, and the truth be known.”

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