"We do urge parents and teachers to exercise close review of what young people are watching here, and please watch along with them if you're allowing them to watch," he said.
Here are some of the key takeaways from the new footage:
Never-before-seen police audio and body camera footage
Senators were first played police radio traffic from January 6, where officers described multiple injuries, said "they're throwing metal poles at us" and called for immediate reinforcements.
After playing increasingly desperate calls from police, Democrats also showed footage of rioters breaking down windows with a riot shield to climb into the Capitol. The clips shows a man climbing into the building carrying a baseball bat and wearing body armour, as others pour in and follow.
House manager Plaskett shows previously unseen security camera footage from Jan. 6 as rioters entered the US Capito… https://t.co/AqRUeJCZgC
Mike Pence seen being evacuated from the Senate chamber
Later the footage showed former Vice President Mike Pence quickly evacuated from the chamber with his family, and rioters can be heard chanting, "Hang Mike Pence!" and "Bring out Pence!" as they roam the halls searching for him.
House Democrats prosecuting Donald Trump's impeachment trial for inciting the deadly siege of the Capitol played a… https://t.co/aJ8EIdYBBE
He was not the only one: Congressman Eric Swalwell played video showing a number of senators leaving the chamber and running through a hallway to safety. Swalwell said the senators were "58 steps" from where the mob was amassing at the time.
Members of @SpeakerPelosi’s staff, who were barricaded in a conference room terrified for their lives during the Ja… https://t.co/0B0NRj3lHI
While the chilling footage is difficult to watch, and despite Democrat’s attempt to show evidence that “ex-president Trump was no bystander” in this situation, it seems unlikely that anything will come of this. Because convicting Trump would require some bipartisan effort, and 17 votes from the Republican side of the aisle, it is almost certain he won't be convicted.