A top House Republican just fired off one warning that made Liz Cheney regret serving on Nancy Pelosi’s January 6 Committee

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Nancy Pelosi handpicked Liz Cheney to serve on her sham January 6 Committee for a reason.

She knew Cheney would be more than happy to help parrot the false narrative that Donald Trump incited an insurrection at the Capitol.

But now a top House Republican just fired off one warning that made Liz Cheney regret serving on Nancy Pelosi’s January 6 Committee.

January 6 Committee

Nancy Pelosi’s January 6 Committee was a sham from the very start.

Pelosi proved this entire ordeal was about helping Joe Biden construct an anti-Trump narrative when she booted Jim Banks (R-IN) and Jim Jordan (R-OH) from the Committee’s panel.

The Committee even hired a professional television producer to stage the show trial hearings that were broadcasted on news networks across the country.

They only used cherry-picked testimony taken from secret depositions during the public hearings.

As Vice Chairwoman of the Committee, Liz Cheney went above and beyond to help spread the Democrats’ lies about Donald Trump and January 6.

Liz Cheney paid the price at the ballot box in the 2022 Wyoming Primary when Trump-backed Harriet Hageman crushed her by nearly 40 points and ended her political career.

But Liz Cheney may end up paying a legal price for her role on Nancy Pelosi’s sham Committee.

Representative Barry Loudermilk (R-GA) is leading the House Republican investigation into the January 6 Committee’s conduct.

Loudermilk previously revealed that the Democrats did not keep any of the videotapes or recording of witness depositions as required under law.

“We found out about this early in the investigation when I received a call from someone who was looking for some information off one of the videotapes, and we started searching, and we had none,” Loudermilk said, before adding that Democrats “confirmed that they did not preserve those tapes.”

Loudermilk vowed to do everything in his power to force Democrats to turn over any recordings or other information from the Committee’s investigation.

Criminal charges for Liz Cheney?

And that includes making referrals for criminal obstruction or House ethics violations of Committee members to the Department of Justice.

“As far as holding people accountable, yes, they should be,” Loudermilk said during an interview with Just the News, No Noise. “But I think that’s going to be a little ways down the road, because there is so much more information that we need to get, and we need to build not only this to get the truth out to the American people, but see just how big this case potentially is for obstructing.”

“There’s still documents that we need to get hold of,” he said. “We still don’t have passwords for the encrypted documents.”

Loudermilk called out Liz Cheney by name and put her on notice that she may pay a price for helping Pelosi spread lies about Trump and then destroying evidence.

“Well, I think it’s coming down to he probably didn’t, because now new information we’re getting is that Liz Cheney ran that Committee,” Loudermilk said.

Liz Cheney played a key role in pushing the big lie that Donald Trump incited an insurrection at the Capitol on January 6.

She’s already paid the price with her job in Congress.

But she could also pay a legal price if Democrats keep stonewalling Loudermilk on the requested documents.

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