BREAKING: Speaker Pelosi Was Just Served Notice on Capitol Riots’ Plans & What She Knew About It
House GOP press Speaker Pelosi & Democrats about what they did to act on information they knew an attack on the capitol was imminent.
Days after Donald Trump’s impeachment acquittal, Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been served notice that the American people deserve answers to the questions about the capitol riot’s planning: “What did she know? And when did she know it?”
The press release is reposted in full below.
Dear Speaker Pelosi:
The American people deserve answers to a few straightforward questions regarding the security of the Capitol on January 6, 2021.
When then-Chief Sund made a request for national guard support on January 4th, why was that request denied?
Did Sergeant at Arms Paul Irving get permission or instruction from your staff on January 4th prior to denying Chief Sund’s request for the national guard?
What conversations and what guidance did you and your staff give the Sergeant at Arms leading up to January 6th specific to the security posture of the campus?
What conversations with the SAA and Capitol Police did you have during the attack on the Capitol and what response did you give security officials on January 6th when Chief Sund requested National Guard support that required your approval?
Why are your House Officers refusing to comply with preservation and production requests to turn over materials relevant to the events surrounding the 6th?
Five weeks have passed since the January 6th attack on the Capitol building, and many important questions about your responsibility for the security of the Capitol remain unanswered. As you are aware, the Speaker of the House is not only the leader of the majority party, but also has enormous institutional responsibilities. The Speaker is responsible for all operational decisions made within the House. We have observed for two years this very heavy-handed and tightly controlled approach to House operations that has been exerted by yourself, your staff, and an army of appointed House officials.