House GOP uncovers explosive evidence showing Nancy Pelosi’s negligence on January 6

The House committee to investigate January 6 finally unveiled their report alongside recommended charges against Donald Trump.

Along the way there was a group of GOP lawmakers who were working on their own report to fill in any gaps deliberately left out by the Democrat’s sham witch hunt committee.

Now they’ve come to the table with explosive evidence that shows Nancy Pelosi and law enforcement are much to blame for the breach at the Capitol.

GOP “shadow committee” has been investigating security short-falls by Pelosi on January 6

Republican politicians have long denounced the violence that occurred on January 6 at the U.S. Capitol. 

They have, however, raised a lot of questions about the authenticity and direction of Pelosi’s committee to investigate the event.

A “shadow committee” was formed by members of the House GOP to work on their own report and they’ve finally produced the evidence that many Americans have longed to see.

The lawmakers have garnered many text messages and emails that show Speaker Pelosi’s direct responsibilities in managing security that day. 

These Members of Congress now have proof that Pelosi oversaw creating and editing all security plans on January 6, 2021.

Communications were finally made public on December 21. 

They reveal messages that show leadership denied support and resources from the Trump White House “again and again.”

Their conclusion is that the Capitol was left largely unprotected during the electoral vote count, due to the direct incompetence or unwillingness to act.

It accuses the Democrat-led committee of disregarding “institutional failings” for politics

The report reads, “leadership and law enforcement failures within the U.S. Capitol left the complex vulnerable on January 6, 2021. The Democrat-led investigation in the House of Representatives, however, has disregarded those institutional failings that exposed the Capitol to violence that day.”

This goes in line with what a separate bi-partisan investigation has already indicated. 

That report informed Americans that, “prior to that day, the U.S. Capitol Police had obtained sufficient information from an array of channels to anticipate and prepare for the violence that occurred.”

Rep Jim Banks (R-IN) says the report was necessary to provide a fuller image of what happened that day after the Democrats’ narrative ignored the shortcomings of official planning.

“Our report exposes the partisanship, incompetence, and indifference that led to the disaster on January 6 and the leading role Speaker Pelosi and her office played in security failure at the Capitol,” Banks says, commenting on their investigation.

Banks says House Sergeant at Arms “succumbed to political pressures” and chose not to act

He called the January 6 committee a “sham” and said that conversely the “House Republicans produced a useful report that will keep Capitol and USCP officers safe with no subpoena power and no budget.”

The GOP shadow committee says that the former House Sergeant at Arms, Paul Irving “succumbed to political pressures from the Office of Speaker Pelosi and House Democrat leadership” not to prepare for the event.

They also show communications that expose Pelosi’s set up that put Irving and Capitol Police Chief Steve Sund as the scapegoat for the failures.

A staffer wrote to Irving, following calls for him to resign, saying that the Appropriations committee put the blame on him personally when they “denied again and again . . . proper security outfitting of the Capitol,” which would have prevented the incident.

The GOP is taking the reins of the House in January and with that we are likely to see this parallel investigation placed in the hands of a new committee to investigate the events of January 6.

US Political Daily will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.