Report: Democrats on J6 committee deleted encrypted files before House Republicans took over

 January 22, 2024

House Republicans have discovered that over 100 encrypted files from the House Jan. 6 committee were deleted just days before Republicans took control of the House of Representatives.

The House Administration Committee's Oversight Subcommittee, led by Chairman Barry Loudermilk (R-GA), discovered that Democrats deleted terabytes of data just days before that data was supposed to be handed over to Republicans.

Loudermilk was forced to hire a digital forensics team to scrape hard drives in order to determine what Democrats had deleted and failed to turn over.

The team determined that 117 files were both deleted and encrypted on January 1st, 2023, which was just days before Republicans reclaimed control of the lower chamber.

Trump has long claimed that Democrats on the committee were hiding evidence from the American people that would have exonerated him. Now we have proof that Democrats were desperate to cover something up.

Until those files can be recovered, Americans can safely assume that the entire committee's actions and findings were illegitimate and the committee's only purpose was to take Trump down once and for all.