BREAKING: Department of Defense ‘WIPED’ Phone Records of Jan. 6 Communications
I’m sure the left will just label is as a conspiracy theory, but you can normally tell when something is suspicious based on how exactly events take place and by whom.
The sham January 6 Committee is still trying to find something against President Trump, even if they have to create the evidence themselves just like they did when they voted to impeach him twice. Such ridiculousness.
Something that was never turned over for evidence was phone communications by government officials from that day. Why not? Did anyone suspect that someone on the inside could have played a part in this? If so, then why not subpoena the phone records?
Well, as it turns out, a watchdog group submitted a FOIA request just 6 days after the event at the Capitol. But guess what? Those records have all been wiped from their phones.
According to the Epoch Times,
The DOD’s admission in the filings creates further transparency issues regarding the Jan. 6 select committee’s investigation into the events of that day in 2021 and how the government responded.
It also comes shortly after it was revealed that U.S. Secret Service text messages sent on the day the breach had also been deleted.
A number of texts from secret service members from Jan. 5 and Jan. 6, “were erased as part of a device-replacement program,” Joseph Cuffari, the Department of Homeland Security’s inspector general, told lawmakers in a July letter.
It was also reported that when an employee leaves the DOD they turn over their phone and it is wiped.
How incredibly suspicious is this? After knowing immediately what happened that day, you know that records would have been wanted as evidence to determine what went on that day. Yet, the Department of Defense had the phones wiped? That just screams suspicious to me. Just another truth that we’ll never know.