Report: Pelosi Is Allegedly Withholding Information About Her Role During Jan 6th Riot

Report: Pelosi Is Allegedly Withholding Information About Her Role During Jan 6th Riot

The number one question I’ve always had was why did Nancy Pelosi, the House speaker leave Vice President Pence at the podium while the certification had began and a few minutes before protesters entered the Congressional halls.

According to reports, Pelosi is allegedly hiding information about her role in the Jan. 6 riot, according to Republican lawmakers who have been looking for those documents since the attack on the U.S. Capitol, which happened right after the riot.

Rep. Rodney Davis of Illinois, the top Republican on the Administration Committee, says that Nancy Pelosi isn’t giving him any information.

“The Sergeant at Arms, at the direction of the Speaker, has not given us their communications from January 6.” Those records will show that the Speaker’s office and law enforcement worked together a lot before and on January 6, Davis said in a statement Tuesday.

Letter: He sent a letter to Nancy Pelosi on Monday, reiterating that House Republicans want to see documents and communications about why the National Guard didn’t show up for protests on Jan. 6.

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Immediately after January 6, Republicans began to look into the Capitol’s security flaws. I sent letters to three people on January 13, 2021, when I was the Republican on the House Administration Committee. I asked them to keep all records relating to January 6, 2021.

“The House Sergeant-at-Arms and Chief Administrative Officer, the two House officers who report directly to you, said that they couldn’t do what I asked them to do at this time. The USCP did this right away.” It’s been almost a year since I asked them to do this, but they haven’t done it yet.

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It was House Administration Committee Chair Zoe Lofgren’s opinion that Mr. Davis’ letter was a piece of “pure revisionist fiction.” She said it was another way for Republicans to “distract and deflect.”

“The Chief Administrative Officer and the House Sergeant at Arms have already told Ranking Member Davis that they will keep the records and help with law enforcement investigations and legitimate Congressional inquiries.” “House Democrats are going to keep looking into the facts, circumstances, and causes of the January 6th attack, and they’re going to propose new laws, policies, procedures, rules, or regulations to keep our country safe.”

Trying to stop Congress from officially certifying President Biden’s election win is a complicated process, and Rep. Jim Jordan, the top Republican on the Judiciary Committee, says there have been a lot of different stories about how security preparations went before the pro-Trump mob stormed the Capitol.

“You have different stories from that time.” We asked for them to be there on Jan. 6. The Capitol Hill police have said that. I did not. The Sergeant at Arms told me that. That’s what one person says. On Fox News’ “The Ingraham Angle,” Mr. Jordan said that the other person said we didn’t.

As he said this, “The person who says we didn’t ask for it reports directly to the speaker and will not give us the documents.” Because we asked for them, they’ve told us what we need to know about them.

Top Republicans on several House committees that started investigating the Jan. 6 attack sent Nancy Pelosi a letter on Feb. 15 asking for her communications with law enforcement about security plans. They wanted to see what she told them.

It has been widely reported and confirmed by multiple sources that when Chief Steven Sund asked for the National Guard to be activated ahead of the January 6th Joint Session of Congress, the sergeant at arms, acting on your behalf, said that the “optics” of having the National Guard on-site were not good and the intelligence didn’t support the move.

Republicans in the Senate have also questioned Nancy Pelosi’s responsibility for the Capitol’s security before the riots, including Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, who is one of them.

When Graham asked about the attack on the Capitol last year, a Pelosi spokesman called it “absurd and pathetic.” To point a finger, all he has to do is look in the mirror. When he has doubted the results of a fair election, this has been very dangerous.




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