Democrat Rep. Nancy Pelosi is no stranger to getting her hands dirty in the D.C. Swamp. She has a long history of pulling strings behind the scenes.
But Nancy Pelosi’s been slapped with an investigative report that could end her time in politics.
Politicians from the Republican party have long condemned the violence that took place on January 6 at the US Capitol.
However, they have brought up many concerns over the objectivity and focus of Pelosi’s committee to look into the incident.
Members of the House GOP established a “shadow committee” to work on their own report, and they have now supplied the proof that many Americans have been waiting to see.
The lawmakers have gathered numerous emails and texts that demonstrate Speaker Pelosi’s direct involvement in overseeing security that day.
These Congressmen now have evidence that Pelosi was in charge of drafting and modifying every security plan on January 6, 2021.
On December 21, the communications were ultimately made public.
They disclose messages that demonstrate how the Trump White House consistently withheld support and resources to leadership.
Their conclusion is that either to blatant incompetence or a failure to act, the Capitol was mainly left unsecured during the electoral vote count.
The report reads, “leadership and law enforcement failures within the U.S. Capitol left the complex vulnerable on January 6, 2021. The Democrat-led investigation in the House of Representatives, however, has disregarded those institutional failings that exposed the Capitol to violence that day.”
This is consistent with the findings of a different, bipartisan review.
The U.S. Capitol Police had gathered enough information from a variety of sources before that day, according to the study, to foresee and prepare for the violence that took place.
Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN) claims that the Democrats’ narrative missed the flaws in official planning, making the study vital to paint a more complete picture of what transpired that day.
According to Banks, their study “exposes the partisanship, incompetence, and indifference that caused the disaster on January 6 and the leading role Speaker Pelosi and her office played in security failure at the Capitol.”
The House Republicans, he claimed, “produced a useful report that will keep Capitol and USCP officers safe with no subpoena power and no budget,” in contrast to the January 6 committee, which he labeled a “sham.”
The former House Sergeant at Arms, Paul Irving, “succumbed to political pressures from the Office of Speaker Pelosi and House Democrat leadership” not to prepare for the occasion, according to the GOP shadow committee.
Additionally, they exhibit communications that disprove Pelosi’s plot to blame Irving and Capitol Police Chief Steve Sund for failures.
The Appropriations committee laid the blame on Irving personally when they “denied again and again… proper security outfitting of the Capitol,” which may have prevented the incident, according to a staffer’s letter to Irving after calls for him to quit.
With the GOP obtaining control of the House in January, a new committee will likely be formed to look into the events of January 6 and take over this parallel inquiry.
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