YOU COULD HAVE PREVENTED IT, NANCY! House GOP Report Torpedoes Pelosi's Jan. 6 Narrative

posted by Hannity Staff - 12.22.22

The House GOP has released its Jan. 6 report rebuttal —and it raises serious questions about Nancy Pelosi’s actions.

According to a report from Just The News, a House GOP’s Jan. 6 report raises serious questions about whether the Capitol breach could have been prevented while creating a new push for Republicans to summon Pelosi for testimony after they take over the House next month.

“January 6 should have never happened,” Rep. Troy Nehls (R-Texas), one of the authors of the report, told Just the News on Wednesday night.

“The reason there wasn’t a proper security presence on that day goes right to the Speaker’s staff and the Speaker’s office,” added Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), the soon-to-be-chairman of the House Judiciary Committee.

From Just The News:

The Republican report — which also included the work of Reps. Jim Banks (R-Ind.), Rodney Davis (R-Ill.) and Kelly Armstrong — provided a meticulous, fact-based recounting of how Pelosi’s staff began meeting and communicating with security planners in the House Sergeant at Arms office in early December 2020, continuing all the way through the final 48 hours before the attacks.

Those communications were occurring as Capitol Police began receiving detailed intelligence that extremist groups were discussing storming the Capitol, attacking lawmakers, targeting the tunnels beneath the complex and blocking the planned certification of the 2020 election results.

Georgia Rep Marjorie Taylor-Greene shared the story on Twitter, saying “Nancy Pelosi is directly to blame for the security failures at the Capitol on January 6th. She blamed everyone else now she must pay the price.”

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