"We saw a lot of violent videos. I mean, there were bad things going on by bad people. I've seen some things that I just can't believe ever happened, and Americans have seen a lot of them," Mr. Loudermilk said. "They didn't see the other side. To me, I think the truth is going to be somewhere between what [the Jan. 6 committee] reported and what you saw [in the] Tucker Carlson report."
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"I don't know what the FBI did. It's not the FBI's responsibility to share a private issue with an individual," he said.
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