Her party’s cynical plays to weaponize Jan 6 for political gain the way they weaponized Russian Collusion are plain as day… but what about her role?
It is almost axiomatic among Republicans that when Democrats start accusing our side of something, it’s a safe bet that they are already doing the same thing on their side.
Hillary’s ‘Russian Collusion’ story is just one in a long line of examples of this trend. Schumer pushing a greater negation of the Filibuster than what he once denounced as the behavior of a ‘banana republic’ is another.
Pelosi is on a crusade to expose the wrongdoing of Republicans on January 6th. Is that yet another example of this trend? Could she be hiding proof that SHE is the one behind the decision not to take Trump up on his offer to bolster security with the National Guard?
(Or, if we were to ask the most cynical version of this question: we’ve seen the involvement of the FBI in the Gretchen Whitmer case, and the refusal to prosecute Ray Epps, were some interested parties hoping security would fail that day for exactly the kind of political advantage Pelosi has been pressing ever since?)
Pelosi isn’t just ignoring any investigation into the mismanaged decisions she made in her capacity in oversight of Capitol Security, she’s taken a direct role in stonewalling legitimate oversight that might incriminate her decisions leading up to January 6th.
The House Administration Committee, which has, among its duties, the responsibility of oversight over the management of the Capitol complex is being blocked by Nancy Pelosi herself in performing that oversight role.
Rep. Rodney Davis has been requesting information concerning the security decisions leading up to the events of January 6th and is being stonewalled at the explicit direction of Nancy Pelosi herself.
“The Sergeant at Arms, at the direction of the speaker has refused to provide us their communications surrounding Jan. 6. I believe those records will show there was a lot of communications and coordination between the speaker’s office and law enforcement officials leading up to and on Jan. 6,” Mr. Davis wrote in a statement Tuesday to The Washington Times. — Washington Times
Here’s what Davis wrote to Pelosi herself.
“In the immediate aftermath of January 6th, Republicans began an examination of the Capitol’s security vulnerabilities. On Jan. 13, 2021, as the ranking Republican member of the House Administration Committee, I sent letters to the Acting House Sergeant-at-Arms, the House Chief Administrative Officer and the Acting Chief of the U.S. Capitol Police (USCP) asking them to preserve all records relating to January 6th,” Mr. Davis wrote.
“Although the USCP immediately complied with my request to preserve and produce relevant documents, the House Sergeant-at-Arms and Chief Administrative Officer — the two House officers who report directly to you — responded jointly that they were ‘unable to comply with the request at this time.’ Now, nearly a year after this request, the House Sergeant-at-Arms and Chief Administrative Officer have yet to comply with my request.” — Washington Times
Why is that? Pelosi insists her Commission has the right to sift through personal communications of private individuals because she’s convinced there is a grand conspiracy to overthrow the government.
If she wants to ‘get to the bottom’ of January 6th, why doesn’t she start with the security failures that made it possible in the first place?
We have disagreement between two relevant parties about whose decision it was to reject President Trump’s offer of providing the National Guard to bolster Capitol security. For one thing, offering added security to defend the Capitol makes no sense if he’s trying to ‘stage a coup’, for another, the role Pelosi played in the security failures shines a very relevant light on how she politicized all that followed.
Should Ashlii Babbit’s estate name Pelosi in a wrongful death suit? Is that the only way to gain access to this information?
The so-called ‘Jan 6 Commission’ is stacked with Democrat-picked partisans who have already made their partisan biases known, and consists of ZERO Republican appointees. It’s a Soviet-style showtrial where the guilt was presumed from Day One, and only the evidence that bolsters that claim is even given any consideration.
It is being weaponized against Republicans who have faced Contempt of Congress charges for daring to ask a judge whether any of the subpoenaed information is beyond lawful Congressional purview. They have run roughshod over the 5th Amendent, openly presuming guilt about people who refused to self-incriminate in what is likely a perjury trap.
We’ve even seen first-hand that evidence used against Republicans doesn’t even have to be real. Shifty Schiff got caught red-handed doctoring evidence against Jim Jordan in exactly the same way that he was caught giving a ridiculously false account of Trump’s phone call with Zalinsky during impeachment. Schiff has never paid a price for his antics. He was rewarded, and continues to play a key role in the ongoing Democrat witch hunt.
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