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BREAKING: The Jan. 6 select committee says it has obtained evidence that Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA) led a tour through the Capitol on Jan. 5, 2021 — contradicting earlier denials by GOP lawmakers that any tours occurred that day. Story TK
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In a letter to Loudermilk, the committee notes that Republicans on the committee he sits on, the House Administration Committee, reviewed video footage from Jan. 5 and denied any tours took place. But the committee now says it has evidence otherwise. january6th.house.gov/sites/d…
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There's still no indication that any tour Loudermilk may have given has a connection to Jan. 6, but it does raise questions about why this tour wasn't revealed sooner, considering the intense interest in it more than a year ago. politico.com/news/2022/05/19…

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LOUDERMILK says he was leading a "constituent family" through the Capitol on Jan. 5 — a fact he hadn't disclosed before today — and that none of them havce been investigated or charged for Jan. 6 related activities. politico.com/news/2022/05/19…
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The committee describes Loudermilk's tour as being through "parts of the Capitol complex" — which could include office buildings like Rayburn, where Loudermilk's office is located. However the GOP denial of tours also extended to the broader complex. january6th.house.gov/sites/d…
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So a tour of the Capitol on January 5th was just coincidental ? Of course it has connections to 1/6. Who told that mob where Clyburn’s secret office was ? Who removed the panic button from Ayanna Pressley’s office ?
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"There's still no indication that any tour Loudermilk may have given has a connection to Jan. 6" I am pretty sure them lying and saying there were no tours is evidence of consciousness of guilt.
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Consciousness of Guilt. Did Marjorie Taylor Greene, also from GA, attend the tour?
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If nothing happens to any of these people, it doesn’t matter.
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but where was Hunter during all this? @Tom_Winter probably.
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