Just the News – Conservative reports (3/29/2023)

Department of Homeland Security
DHS heavily redacted Disinformation Board emails despite claiming agency had nothing to hide


Barry Loudermilk, Washington, D.C., May 19, 2021

Accused GOP Rep: J6 panel knowingly peddled false ‘political narrative’ of Jan. 5 recon of Capitol
Georgia Republican Rep. Barry Loudermilk is pushing back on the "political narrative" of House Democrats’ Jan. 6 committee, claiming the panel knew he didn’t lead a "reconnaissance tour" of the Capitol building on Jan. 5 but continued to publicly peddle the story anyway.

19 AGs back Missouri college’s religious liberty case against Biden administration

College of the Ozarks sued the Biden administration after an executive order banned housing discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.


Two years after the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, the issue of security footage is bedeviling law enforcement as federal prosecutors belatedly admit there is footage of some cops consorting with the riotous crowd and a retired Capitol Police executive divulges there are sizzle reels of all defendants inside the Capitol that were prepared for the FBI.

Retired Capitol Police Deputy Chief J.J. Pickett told Just the News on Monday that he is not certain whether federal prosecutors have turned over to Jan. 6 defendants the compilation videos made by his department of every person who entered the U.S. Capitol during the riot.

Pickett, who retired a few months after the Capitol riot, said he was briefed by colleagues on the extensive video sizzle reel his department’s video security experts compiled, which he said took months to complete.

"The FBI would send them a picture on some kind of online clip, something of a person," Pickett said during a wide-ranging interview on the John Solomon Reports podcast. "And they would go to that area in the Capitol Building looking at the cameras, and it was kind of like a Where’s Waldo. And they would find that person.

"And then from there, they would follow their movement, both forward and back from that location, and basically stitch together a video of that person from the time they entered Capitol grounds until the time they exited Capitol grounds. And they would put all that into one clip."