Former Oath Keepers attorney claims alleged Jan. 6 radio traffic ‘a recording of people watching TV’ – IOTW Report

Former Oath Keepers attorney claims alleged Jan. 6 radio traffic ‘a recording of people watching TV’

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The U.S. House Jan. 6th Select Committee sent out a tweet claiming they had obtained walkie-talkie radio traffic between Oath Keepers members during the riot which their former attorney claims is actually “a recording of people watching TV.”

“The Select Committee has obtained a recording of communications over a walkie-talkie app among Oath Keepers who were inside the Capitol and others who were sharing intelligence from elsewhere. Listen to how they reacted to President Trump’s 2:38 tweet in real-time,” the January 6th Committee tweeted.

Jonathon Moseley, who is a former attorney for Oath Keepers defendant Kelly Meggs, claims the audio snippets released by the Jan. 6 Committee are part of a nearly 2.5-hour recording.

He asserts that the Twitter post paired the audio clips with an unrelated video to make it appear it was Oath Keepers speaking on radios at the Capitol. more


6 Comments on Former Oath Keepers attorney claims alleged Jan. 6 radio traffic ‘a recording of people watching TV’

  1. The revolution will not be televised, but apparently the InSuRrEcTiOn was. That, and Erick Erickson’s blubbering voice on the radio desecrating the memory of Rush Limbaugh’s 12-3 time slot. These, evil, desperate liars and their hokey schemes need to be washed out to sea in a riptide.

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  2. The FBI is a criminal organization. They are a clear and present danger to the American people. Never trust them. EVER!

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