Donald Trump has a smoking gun that is going to turn Nancy Pelosi’s life upside down
Nancy Pelosi is taking one last crack at blocking Donald Trump from running for President in 2024.
But Trump has an ace up his sleeve.
And Donald Trump has a smoking gun that is going to turn Nancy Pelosi’s life upside down.
On Thursday night, Nancy Pelosi’s January 6 witch hunt committee will hold its first primetime hearing.
This committee’s main goal is to produce a criminal referral against Donald Trump that will block him from running for President in 2024.
But ever since the events of January 6 transpired, Trump noted that he offered to deploy thousands of National Guard troops to the Capitol for security purposes.
Trump stated that Nancy Pelosi rejected the additional security arrangements.
So-called “fact checkers” and corporate-controlled media outlets either claimed this was false or tried to shift blame.
But now there is a detailed timeline from the Capitol Hill Police backing up Trump’s claim.
On January 2, Pentagon official Carol Corbin texted Capitol Police Deputy Chief Sean Gallagher inquiring as to if the police were considering a request for National Guard troops on January 6.
“Carol Corbin (DOD) texts USCP Deputy Chief Sean Gallagher, Protective Service Bureau, to determine whether USCP is considering a request for National Guard soldiers for January 6, 2021 event,” a Capitol Hill Police timeline reads.
Gallagher responded that the police would not put in a request for the National Guard.
“Gallagher replies to DOD via text that a request for National Guard support is not forthcoming at this time after consultation with COP Sund,” the timeline added.
However, hours after rejecting the National Guard, the Capitol Hill Police issued a new assessment warning that violence could be possible.
At that point, Capitol Hill Police Chief Steve Sund asked the House and Senate Sergeant at Arms for the ability to have the National Guard deployed to the Capitol on January 6.
“COP Sund asks Senate Sergeant at Arms (SSAA) Michael Stenger and House Sergeant at Arms (HSAA) Paul Irving for authority to have National Guard to assist with security for the January 6, 2021 event based on briefing with law enforcement partner and revised intelligence Assessment,” the timeline read.
The House and Senate Sergeant at Arms – who report to Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, and Mitch McConnell – rejected the National Guard request.
“COP Sund’s request is denied. SSAA and HSAA tell COP Sund to contact General Walker at DC National Guard to discuss the guard’s ability to support a request if needed,” the timeline stated.
The security at the Capitol was the real scandal that day.
And Nancy Pelosi has a lot of questions to answer.