BREAKING: ’Star Witness’ for January 6 Hearing Debunks Huge Hoax, ‘Someone In Authority Left The Door Open and Allowed The Mob To Walk In’

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Democrats could not rely on their “star witness” in the House Select Committee’s January 6 hearings.

Nick Quested, a British filmmaker who had been following the Proud Boys in early January, testified that “someone in authority left the door open” at the Capitol building. 

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Democrats hoped that his testimony would further condemn the Proud Boys and the events that occurred on January 6, at the Capitol.

Quested wrote, in a now-deleted social media post:

The proud boys were organized and together. How many police were there at 11:22 am on the steps of the capital. I count 1. This is a deliberate act. Someone in authority left the door open and the mob walked in. #maga #riot #capitol #sedition #senate #congress this is the first time I hear #fightfortrump. Where does it go now?

Quested’s Bio on his website states:

Executive Director and owner of Goldcrest Films, Nick Quested has built one of the premier documentary brands in the world, winning two Emmys and getting an Oscar for his work.

The Associated Press reported:

Quested also filmed Henry “Enrique” Tarrio, then the leader of the Proud Boys, the night before when Tarrio met in an underground Washington garage with Elmer “Stewart” Rhodes, the founder and leader of the Oath Keepers…The video did not record the conversation but shows the two meeting in the garage with other members of the groups.

Tarrio and other members of the group were charged on Monday with seditious conspiracy for what federal prosecutors say was a coordinated attack to stop Congress from certifying President Joe Biden’s 2020 electoral victory. Rhodes was indicted on similar charges earlier this year.

Quested has had to turn over some of his videos to the panel and he has also been interviewed by the Justice Department.

Fox News said they will not be airing the hearings live.

According to The Hill:

Fox News Channel has announced that it will not provide continuous live coverage on Thursday evening of the first hearing of the House committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol.

In an announcement on Monday, Fox News Media said hosts on the air as the proceedings are taking place will “cover the hearings as news warrants,” before anchor and chef legal correspondent Shannon Bream will anchor a two-hour live special focusing on the hearings starting at 11 p.m.

The conservative media giant will instead show live continuous coverage of the hearings on Fox Business, with anchors Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum hosting. It will also provide coverage via Fox News Digital, Fox News Audio, and Fox Nation.

The next hearing will be on Monday, June 13, at 10 a.m. EST. The committee has not announced any further dates, but it is speculated that there could be as many as 8 hearings in June and a final hearing in September.

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