Last month, House Speaker Mike Johnson took an important step toward transparency by releasing the first batch of footage from January 6 publicly accessible Through the Committee on House Administration website.

This initiative is in line with Johnson’s previous promise to release thousands of hours of surveillance footage of the events of January 6, 2021 at the US Capitol.

Speaker Johnson said, “Today, I am keeping my promise to the American people and making all of the January 6 tapes available to all Americans.”

In his commitment to truth and transparency, Johnson announced the immediate posting of the video on a public website, with plans to quickly link almost all of the 44,000 hours of footage.

“When I ran for Speaker, I promised to make the 44,000 hours of video taken from Capitol Hill security on January 6, 2021 accessible to the American people. Truth and transparency are important. Today, we will immediately begin posting the video to a public website and move to add almost all of the footage, over 40,000 hours, to the website as quickly as possible. Meanwhile, a public viewing room will ensure that every citizen can watch every minute of video uncensored,” Johnson Said,

Committee on House Administration (CHA) publicly launched the website With the first tranche of footage released on January 6, there is already a wave of public scrutiny and analysis.

However, the speed of releasing these tapes has come under scrutiny. Amy Kramer, co-founder of Women for Trump, expressed disappointment that only a fraction of the promised video content has been published.

He wrote,

The tapes of January 6 are rolling in slow motion

At the current rate, only 4.7% of J6 tape will be released by the time it ends

Only 90 hours of J6 tapes have been released

This is only .2% of the total number of promises made to the American public

Speaker Johnson had promised to release all the footage 18 days ago on November 17

Only 90 hours of footage has been released in 18 days

This means they have uploaded the equivalent of 5 hours per day

After the 2024 elections, the new Congress will be sworn in on January 3, 2025

There are 396 days from today to January 3, 2025

We all know they won’t work 396 days

But if they continue to upload videos at the rate of 5 hours per day

They will only upload another 1980 hours

Add this to the 90 hours they’ve already uploaded and you’ll have a total of 2070 hours of J6 tapes

Speaker Johnson promised to release all the tapes and reportedly has over 44,000 hours of video.

2070 hours of video, only 4.7% of total hours of video

We are being played because they are running it slow!!!


I am very angry and will not keep quiet


They need to release 111 hours of J6 footage a day so it can all be released by the time the next Congress is sworn in, it can be controlled by the Democrats, so it has to be done now, to date, they have not even released 111 Why are they running it slow?!?

On Tuesday, Speaker Johnson addressed another important aspect of this release during a press conference with Jewish students. To protect individuals from potential retaliation or legal consequences, faces in the J6 footage will be blurred.

Johnson stressed the importance of protecting people who participated in the January 6 events from DOJ charges and other concerns.

“We are going through a systematic process to release them as soon as possible. We have to blur some of the faces of those who participated in the events of that day because we do not want them to be retaliated against or charged by the DOJ,” Johnson explained.

He also mentioned the hiring of additional personnel to expedite the process, ensuring that the American people will eventually have access to all the footage to form their own opinion on the events of January 6.


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