McCarthy came out swinging against the Capitol riot committee's efforts to preserve phone records of GOP members of Congress and Trump family members.
Facebook, Google, Apple, Microsoft, Twitter, AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless are among the list of companies that received the request.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton was one of hundreds whose communications with the Trump administration was requested by the House committee investigating the January 6 insurrection.
The commission is looking for records about misinformation, efforts to overturn the 2020 election, domestic extremism, and foreign influence.
The January 6 select committee is seeking records from Rudy Giuliani, Steve Bannon, Michael Flynn, Mike Lindell, Alex Jones, and other Trump allies.
Chairman Bennie Thompson said there are "several hundred people that make up the list of individuals we plan to contact" related to the Jan. 6 probe.
Is the signal the Committee wants to send that once a whistleblower conflicts with their political agenda, the whistleblower gets sacrificed?
The former congressman from Virginia has been an outspoken Trump critic, calling the former president's claims of a stolen election a "massive grift."
"I think the bigger thing is just what is the message that's going to come out this, is that the American people deserve the truth," Kinzinger said.
Kinzinger, a Republican outspoken against Trump, also said "a lot" of his GOP colleagues had privately praised his work on the Jan. 6 commission.
"He refuses to say whether or not he heard the Capitol officers who risked their lives and have experienced traumatic injuries," Raskin said of Clyde.
Democrats barred Jordan from the Jan. 6 commission over concerns he was a witness to the events being investigated. He appeared to confirm the claim.
Republican Reps. Kinzinger and Liz Cheney joined seven Democrats on the House select committee to investigate the Jan. 6 Capitol attack.
The hearing was a disaster for Republicans. It was an emotionally raw indictment of former President Donald Trump and his GOP defenders.
Officer Daniel Hodges referred to insurrectionists as "terrorists" and defended his remarks by reading the definition of domestic terrorism under US law.
Officer Aquilino Gonell said Trump's remarks were "insulting" and "demoralizing" and that he sacrificed the country "for his ego."
An attacker stole a baton and "bashed me in the head and face with it, rupturing my lip and adding additional injury to my skull," Hodges said.