How many accidents can you have before you are declared incompetent?
Former Capital Police Chief blames Pelosi/the FBI and the DHS FOR ALLOWING A RIOT TO OCCUR.
Read the Republican Shadow Committee Jan6 Report.
Here is the NPR Democrat Jan6 report where they are hiding parts of it for 50 years
UPDATE: HOUSE GOP RELEASES HARD-HITTING COUNTER-REPORT TO JAN. 6 COMMITTEE’S REPORT
admin Clash January 3, 2023
The events that took place at the Capitol on January 6th were nothing short of catastrophic. Despite being under investigation for the last two years, more details are finally coming to light about what exactly happened. It turns out that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office and other top Democrat leadership personnel prioritized conducting partisan politics over protecting the safety and security of members of Congress, staff members, and Capitol Police (USCP) officers.
According to a recent report from the J6 Committee, Sergeant at Arms Irving only received information regarding the threat after being instructed to do so by Pelosi’s office.
Not surprisingly, this damning report has been met with pushback from Republicans on Capitol Hill. In response to the findings of the J6 Committee’s report, GOP leaders have now issued their own counter-report in an attempt to discredit its findings. This latest development reinforces already existing partisan tensions within Congress as both sides vie for control over this narrative, a narrative that has resulted in serious implications for those who failed to protect our country’s most cherished institution from harm last January.
The Epoch Times reported,
A group of five House Republicans on a shadow committee released a report on Wednesday with key findings about security failings they say were ignored by the official Democrat-led House Jan. 6 committee.
The report focuses on “why the Capitol was left so unprepared” on Jan. 6, 2021, when protests turned violent, and the U.S. Capitol building was breached.
The GOP group’s key findings point to alleged failures by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), Democrat leadership, and the U.S. Capitol Police. This includes claims that Republicans were intentionally excluded from security conversations by then-House Seargent at Arms Paul Irving at the direction of Pelosi’s office.
The GOP’s framing will likely contrast with the panel’s soon-to-be-released final report, which is expected to focus on former President Donald Trump.
Moreover, USCP line officers were reportedly undertrained and ill-equipped to protect the Capitol complex that day. Even if every officer had been on duty then, they still wouldn’t have had enough training or equipment to hold off the rioters. And shockingly, there are signs that USCP collects information about private citizens who meet with members of Congress without security purposes in mind! It’s outrageous!
In response to all this and the J6 Committee’s sham, Republicans launched their own investigation into what happened on January 6th alongside an official inquiry conducted by a well-resourced panel with subpoena power.
The GOP probe relied on open-source documents and voluntary interviews from key witnesses – many of whom were USCP sources who spoke under condition of anonymity due to fear of reprisal from higher-ups – as well as testimonies from USCP Chief Tom Manger, current House Sergeant at Arms William Walker, and Julie Farnam.
What’s worse is that five House Republicans nominated by Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy to join the bipartisan Jan. 6 panel were blocked by Pelosi. McCarthy then withdrew his nominees in response.
Of those two Republicans who did serve on the panel, Reps Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger, they were actually censured by members of their own party for their participation! It’s really sad when you think about it, but if that’s how they are, they need to kick them out of Congress anyway!
Yes, one Repub was not re-elected and the other one did not seek re-election..