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GOP Leaders: J6 Committee Broke Law by Hiring Hollywood Publicist

'We know who he is he not only produced this video, but he also supposedly covered up for Jeffrey Epstein... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Congressman Steve Scalise, R-La., claimed that lawmakers on the J6 Committee violated a law that prohibits the use of government funding for the hiring of publicity experts, a charge he made during an appearance on Fox News.

The Committee has made the media rounds, hyping up the ongoing investigation and using all of the tools at its disposal to shape public opinion about the affair, the Gateway Pundit reported.

They apparently also hired former ABC producer James Goldston to help hone and shape the public’s opinion about J6 and the work of the committee.

“Who paid this Hollywood producer?” Scalise asked. “It’s against the law to use taxpayer funds to produce a documentary trying to promote their political agenda, or go after their political opponents.”

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According to Scalise, no answers have been provided.

“We havent really heard an answer as to who paid this guy,” he said.

Of course, like many among the global oligarchy, the producer has connections to the famous pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.

“We know who he is he not only produced this video, but he also supposedly covered up for Jeffrey Epstein.”

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Scalise also pointed out that the entire thing is likely a violation of the 1913 Gilette Amendment, which says that “No money appropriated by an Act shall be used for the compensation of a publicity expert unless specifically appropriated by that Act.”

The Federal Election Committee also prohibits the use of federal tax money for partisan purposes.

“How did he get paid?” Scalise mused.

“I think the question of who did pay him, and how much did he get paid, and how did that transaction even occur is an interesting question,” he concluded.

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