Speaker Johnson Will No Longer Blur Faces of J6 Demonstrators; Acknowledged Urgency to Release 5,000 Hours of J6 Footage

House Speaker Mike Johnson has reversed the decision to blur 5,000 hours of January 6 security footage, citing urgency.

Johnson stated the House Administration Committee will cease blurring faces due to logistical challenges and the need for efficient work.

He praised Chairman Barry Loudermilk’s dedication to uncovering truth, criticizing the partisan January 6 select committee’s prior investigation.

Loudermilk reaffirmed the committee’s commitment to transparency, with the first batch of footage released and the remainder to follow.

The decision follows the arrest of investigative journalist Steve Baker, accused by the FBI in relation to January 6 events. Baker denies involvement in violence and criticizes the FBI’s handling of his case.

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