New House Report on J6 Lays Out Damning Details of How Nancy Pelosi Failed America During Capitol Riots

A new House report on January 6 gives Americans the “other side of the story” that was suppressed during the partisan committee’s hearings leading up to the ultimate recommendation that Donald Trump should be charged over his role in the Capitol Riots.

There is not only exonerating evidence that shows decisively that Donald Trump had nothing to do with inciting a pre-planned attack on the Capitol, but the report raises extremely serious questions about J6 security failures, including the potential complicity of former Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who showed willful neglect to authorize National Guard troops.

Speaker Pelosi’s failure to authorize National Guard troops during the attack on the Congress, despite repeated requests from former Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund through her House Sergeant at Arms Paul Irving, led to prolonged disruption of the official election challenges, which were launched by Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) and sustained by Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) at 1:12 p.m.

It is a further oddity that the DNC pipe bomb threat was reported at 1:14 p.m., despite multiple security sweeps and a dummy pipe bomb that had sat in the open near a park bench; surveillance footage suggests the J6 pipe bomb suspect had placed it there to sit overnight.

The 2020 election challenges would eventually be supported by 147 Congressmen, including 8 senators. Thus, it was extremely fortuitous for the Democrats not to have to deal with explaining to the American people how the 2020 election was entirely ‘above board.’

The new House report provides key insights into Nancy Pelosi’s curious behavior on January 6, which includes her dereliction of duty to secure the Congress, along with showing off for a documentary filmed by her daughter Alexandra Pelosi.

Prior to January 6, 2021, the U.S. Capitol Police Chief was required by law to receive approval from the Capitol Police Board before directly requesting assistance from the D.C. National Guard. This requirement caused significant delays in the deployment of the National Guard and therefore delayed law enforcement’s efforts to secure the Capitol.

In the days leading up to January 6, both the House and Senate Sergeant at Arms received requests from USCP Chief of Police Steven Sund for approval to request National Guard assistance. Chief Sund testified that he first requested National Guard assistance from the
House and Senate Sergeant at Arms during the morning of January 3, 2021. According to his testimony before the Subcommittee on September 19, 2023, Chief Sund decided to expand the security perimeter around the Capitol and believed National Guard assistance would be needed to man the expanded perimeter due to the staffing constraints that a Joint Session placed on the Department.

Chief Sund testified that on the morning of January 3, 2021, he walked into House Sergeant at Arms (“HSAA”) Paul Irving’s office and asked that he approve a request for National Guard assistance to support the expanded perimeter.283 According to Chief Sund’s testimony, HSAA Paul Irving, upon learning of the request, said he did not like the “optics” of National Guard troops on Capitol Grounds and did not think the intelligence justified National Guard deployment. It should be noted, however, that HSAA Irving has testified that he does not recall ever using the term ‘optics’ in relation to National Guard deployment, and claims Chief Sund ultimately agreed with his conclusion that the intelligence did not support requesting National Guard assistance.

Before departing, HSAA Irving then urged Chief Sund to speak to the Senate Sergeant at Arms (“SSAA”) and then-Chairman of the Capitol Police Board, Michael Stenger, about the request.286 Later on January 3, Chief Sund conferred with SSAA Stenger, who like HSAA Irving, delayed Chief Sund’s request. SSAA Stenger did, however, suggest that Chief Sund reach out to D.C. National Guard Commanding General William Walker and inquire about what National Guard resources he could have ready for deployment if needed. Chief Sund later wrote in his book: “Several weeks after January 6, I had the chance to ask Stenger if he had been given a heads-up that I was coming to request the Guard, and he told me that Irving had called him and said, ‘Sund just came to my office asking for national Guard assistance. We need to come up with another plan. I will never get this by Pelosi.’”

Had the House and Senate Sergeant at Arms approved Chief Sund’s request, it is likely the Capitol’s outer perimeter would never have been breached. Beginning on December 31, 2020, Major General (“MG”) William Walker of the D.C. National Guard received two letters from the Washington, D.C. government. The first was from Dr. Christopher Rodiguez, the Director of the D.C. Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency, who issued a request for assistance (“RFA”) from the D.C. National Guard to assist the Metropolitan Police Department (“MPD”) at metro stations and traffic control points (“TCP”) on January 5 and January 6 due to planned protests throughout the city. The second letter came from the Mayor of Washington, D.C., Muriel Bowser, urging General Walker to immediately connect with Dr. Rodriquez regarding the RFA.

These requests for the D.C. National Guard were directly related to the intelligence received by the D.C. government regarding the scheduled demonstrations.292 In addition to requesting the National Guard, Mayor Bowser also publicly requested non-residents of D.C. to “stay out of the District” in anticipation of these protests.

It is critical to note what Nancy Pelosi was doing during these attempts to get her House Sergeant at Arms to authorize National Guard troops.

On January 6th, 2021, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi had her daughter, Alexandra, a documentary filmmaker, accompany her around the United States Capitol with a camera while the day’s events transpired.

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Alexandra’s film was given to CNN, which gladly aired the cherry-picked footage in October 2021, which conveniently reinforced the Democratic Speaker’s narrative that the J6 riots were an “insurrection.”

Speaker Pelosi is briefed by staff in the clip. She watches Trump supporters walking toward the Capitol from her office windows says she “hoped” Trump would come to the Capitol.

Pelosi then exclaims, “I’m gonna punch him out” – threatening physically harm against the President of the United States.

But it was a little-noticed aspect of the video that is now raising serious questions about the former Speaker’s coordination and knowledge aforehand about the January 6 riots.

In the video, Speaker Nancy Pelosi is seen talking to Secret Service agents about President Donald Trump.

“The Secret Service said they have dissuaded him from coming to Capitol Hill,” Chief of Staff Terri McCullough said. “They told him, they don’t have the resources to protect him here.”

“So, at the moment, he is not coming, but that could change,” she added.

“I hope he comes, I want to punch him out,” Nancy Pelosi remarks.

“I’ve been waiting for this, for trespassing on the Capitol grounds,” she went on. “I’m going to punch him out and I’m going to go to jail and I’m going to be happy.”

There are some very important things to point out about this particular exchange. First of all, Pelosi’s officer and staff were coordinating with the Secret Service during the J6 riots.

Why does this matter? Because the texts and call transcripts of Secret Service agents on January 6 have now gone “missing.”

As reported by the New York Intelligencer in July 2022:

A raft of Secret Service text messages sent on January 5 and January 6, 2021, have been deleted, according to a letter from the inspector general for the Department of Homeland Security.

In the letter, which the Intercept reported was originally sent to the House and Senate Homeland Security Committee and then given to the January 6 Committee, investigators claim the messages were deleted soon after officials asked for them, lending the episode an air of nefariousness.

The second aspect of the video that is concerning is the remark that Pelosi had been “waiting for this.” She then refers to “trespassing on the Capitol grounds.”

Nancy Pelosi, for her part, claimed in January that she “begged” for National Guard troops, which is impossible. How do we know? There would have been National Guard troops deployed to secure the Congress, who were already on stand-by, according to General William Walker.

But a huge contrast with Nancy Pelosi’s negligent behavior comes from Donald Trump himself. That is because it was confirmed that Donald Trump had issued his desire that National Guard troops secure the Congress, while he did not have authorization to request that the troops be put there by himself.

The partisan January 6 committee suppressed this exculpatory evidence, which renders claims that he sought to disrupt the election certification (actually, the election challenges) completely implausible.

The Federalist’s Mollie Hemingway recently reported this story.

Former Rep. Liz Cheney’s January 6 Committee suppressed evidence that President Donald Trump pushed for 10,000 National Guard troops to protect the nation’s capital, a previously hidden transcript obtained by The Federalist shows.

Cheney and her committee falsely claimed they had “no evidence” to support Trump officials’ claims the White House had communicated its desire for 10,000 National Guard troops. In fact, an early transcribed interview conducted by the committee included precisely that evidence from a key source. The interview, which Cheney attended and personally participated in, was suppressed from public release until now.

Deputy Chief of Staff Anthony Ornato’s first transcribed interview with the committee was conducted on January 28, 2022. In it, he told Cheney and her investigators that he overheard White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows push Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser to request as many National Guard troops as she needed to protect the city.

He also testified President Trump had suggested 10,000 would be needed to keep the peace at the public rallies and protests scheduled for January 6, 2021. Ornato also described White House frustration with Acting Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller’s slow deployment of assistance on the afternoon of January 6, 2021.

Not only did the committee not accurately characterize the interview, they suppressed the transcript from public review. On top of that, committee allies began publishing critical stories and even conspiracy theories about Ornato ahead of follow-up interviews with him. Ornato was a career Secret Service official who had been detailed to the security position in the White House.

Nonetheless, the Democratic Party has been seeking to eliminate Donald Trump from state ballots based on the spurious claim that he had backed an “insurrection,” and are attempting to see him convicted in court for exercising his constitutional right to challenge elections.

The entire January 6 report can be read below:

New House J6 Report Details… by Kyle Becker

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