Jan. 6 Committee Reportedly Has Photo Evidence From Inside the White House
It has to be a little weird to be in a position where you’re photographed all day long, every day. But if anyone should expect that, it’s the President of the United States.
Now the Congressional committee in charge of investigating the events of January 6th, 2021 has obtained a previously unreported trove of photos from the National Archives, including pictures taken that day.
It would be sweet, sweet irony if the pictures taken by Craighead, whom Trump is currently bilking out of profits by using her photos in his new book without paying her, were to be used against him in any upcoming hearings (or trials).
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According to Politico,
Congressional investigators have obtained a batch of official White House photographs, including images taken on Jan. 6, 2021, according to two sources familiar with the evidence.
The previously unreported cache, which arrived via the National Archives, may provide the committee with real-time visual evidence of former President Donald Trump’s actions and movements as a mob of his supporters battered their way into the Capitol and threatened the transfer of power to Joe Biden.
At least some of the photos were taken by official White House photographer Shealah Craighead, the sources indicated. Committee Chair Bennie Thompson confirmed that the panel had obtained some of Craighead’s photos, though he declined to describe their content.
The panel has not yet spoken to Craighead as an official witness in their investigation. In fact, Craighead herself says that she doesn’t even know which of her photos the committee has obtained.
But in their effort to determine exactly what went down with Trump on the day of the Capitol riots, whatever they have gotten could be used against him to show that he was a central part of the rioters’ attempt to stop the certification of Joe Biden as president.