Nancy Pelosi’s attack on Republicans completely backfired of her.
It exposes how a dangerous situation was completely her fault.
Republicans hit Nancy Pelosi with a serious accusation that could take her down.
After the Jan. 6 committee released their insane partisan conclusion that former President Donald Trump should be charged with criminal charges, five Republican members released their own findings outlining House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-CA) security failings.
The 141-page investigative report by House Republicans found that Pelosi’s office turned down requests from federal law enforcement to aid security on January 6, 2021.
The report said that Pelosi and Democrat leaders were closely involved with security and barred Republicans from, and that Capitol Police’s system for vetting intelligence was changed right before the Jan 6th.
“Democrats and the Jan. 6 Committee used the Capitol Police as a political prop, then did nothing when USCP officers were harassed for telling the truth,” Banks told The Federalist. “They should be ashamed.”
The report is meant to show how the Democrat narrative surrounding the Jan 6th fails.
“Our report exposes the partisanship, incompetence and indifference that led to the disaster on January 6 and it the leading role Speaker Pelosi and her office played in the security failure at the Capitol,” he said, according to Just the News. “Unlike the sham January 6th Committee, House Republicans produced a useful report that will keep our Capitol and USCP officers safe with no subpoena power and no budget.”
The report alleges that Democratic leadership turned down requests for preemptive deployment of the National Guard six times before January 6 and then claim that they were helpless.
Pelosi reportedly said she has “no power over the Capitol Police,” in the aftermath on February 9, 2022.
“This is false,” the report reads. “Documents provided by the House Sergeant at Arms show how [Paul Irving] carried out his duties in clear deference to the Speaker, her staff, and other Democratic staff. The Speaker’s statement created uncertainty and confusion with respect to the historical reporting structure for the [House Sergeant at Arms] and [United States Capitol Police].”
The Republicans said then-House Sergeant at Arms Paul Irving regularly met with Democratic staff without Republicans in the lead up to Jan 6th.
“The [House sergeant at arms] had a pattern of and practice of seeking and obtaining permission from the Speaker for all security decisions,” the report reads.
The report also alleges that staff in the House Sergeant at Arms office emailed Paul Irving that January 6th was Pelosi’s fault. If you want Conservative Revival to keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story and the rest of the breaking news in politics please bookmark our site, consider making us your homepage and forward our content with your friends on social media and email.