Sorting by


House Democrats Destroy Proof Of Trump Innocence?


This is truly shocking.

Former President Donald Trump has leveled accusations against the Jan. 6 House Select Committee, which is led by Democrats, alleging that they engaged in unauthorized destruction of records and documents.

Trump, who is currently facing charges from the Biden administration over mishandling classified information, made these claims in a recent post on the Truth Social platform.

In transcript provided by Newsmax, Trump stated, “So now that I have full Subpoena Power because of the Freedom of Speech Sham Indictment by Crooked Joe Biden, Deranged Jack Smith, and the DOJ, it has just been reported that the Unselect January 6th Committee of Political Hacks and Thugs has illegally destroyed their Records and Documents.”

Trump went on to say, “This is unthinkable, and the Fake Political Indictment against me must be immediately withdrawn. The system is Rigged & Corrupt, very much like the Presidential Election of 2020. We are a Nation in Decline!”

Rep. Barry Loudermilk, a Republican from Georgia and head of the Subcommittee on Oversight for the House Administration Committee, spoke with Fox News regarding Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s Jan. 6 panel, which was criticized for its partisan nature. The panel, made up of Democrats and two Republicans critical of Trump, allegedly failed to appropriately preserve crucial documents, data, and video depositions.


Loudermilk detailed that a defense attorney, seeking access to specific information in a video deposition, contacted him. However, the committee was unable to provide the requested videos.

Within the Jan. 6 subcommittee, a subgroup referred to as the “Blue Team” was responsible for investigating security lapses at the Capitol, as per Loudermilk. He revealed that sources indicated the Blue Team’s efforts were halted by the larger panel, which focused on assigning blame to Trump.

In a separate development, the former president recently entered a plea of not guilty to charges involving an alleged criminal conspiracy aimed at deceiving the American public by overturning the 2020 election, as claimed by prosecutors.

Trump faces additional criminal charges, including one related to mishandling classified information following his departure from office.

Last week, special counsel Jack Smith’s office flagged a concerning social media post made by Trump in a late-night court submission. Prosecutors argued that this post could potentially intimidate witnesses and inappropriately disclose confidential evidence obtained from the government.

Despite these legal challenges, Trump has vowed to persist in discussing his criminal cases, even as prosecutors seek protective measures to limit the sharing of evidence by him and his legal team.