HUGE: House GOP Find Damning Texts And Email Evidence Implicating Nancy Pelosi

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The congressional investigation into the events at the Capitol on Jan 6 two years ago, has not, in the entire two years, found a way to bring charges against then-President Donald Trump. Finding fault with the president is the sole reason for the committee and the investigation. The accusation has been that Trump incited the crowd to unruly behavior and thereby caused an “insurrection” at the Capitol.

Those who were present in Washington that day saw peaceful crowds who were there to protest the results of the 2020 presidential election. Former President Trump is on record in the media as announcing for the crowds to remain peaceful as they asserted their freedom to protest an election result. but the president has been accused of orchestrating those who went outside the law.

Because the facts and video footage from that day do not add up to the accusations, it has been suspected that there was a plan among Trump haters and Democrats to cast the blame on him for anything that was amiss, either incidental or planned. For the last two years, we have seen those accusations fly. But as the 2022 session ends and the committee will be disbanded, the tide is turning.

The advent of the new Republican-led House is a dawn of new information about that day.

Gateway Pundit reports that now, there are discovered communications that prove there was a plan afoot to intentionally limit security in the event security was needed on Jan 6.

The Pundit reveals:

House GOP members found texts and emails from Pelosi staffers proving they forcefully decreased J6 security measures despite objections from Capitol Police and Sergeants at Arms.

Rogan O’Handley posted a text message from Nancy Pelosi’s staff secretly editing the J6 security plan for the US Capitol and then telling the House Sergeant at Arms to “please act surprised” when the final draft was published.

The House Sergeant at Arms responded, “I’m startled!” to the request showing his willingness to play along. This is more evidence that the January 6 disruptions were planned in advance.

DC Draino was on The War Room with Steve Bannon on Friday, discussing how House Republicans found texts and emails from Pelosi staffers proving Pelosi decreased security at the US Capitol prior to the January 6 protests.

This explosive story is spreading fast…

President Trump requested additional National Guard protection for the US Capitol that day. Pelosi turned him down.

But during this same time Nancy Pelosi, possibly the most dishonest politician of our time, organized a film crew to come to the US Capitol and film her that day. It was as if SHE KNEW something big was going to happen.

In the last hours of the 2022 House session, the Jan 6 committee withdrew subpoenas it had issued to former President Trump himself and other witnesses.

The New York times reports that the lawmakers claimed they had “run out of time” after two years to obtain Trump’s documents or testimony. The committee is set to dissolve on Jan 3 when the new House will be sworn in. It waited until October to issue the subpoena to trump, who promptly sued the panel to block it.

The panel had directed Trump to produce an extensive list of documents and communications – including phone calls, texts, encrypted messages and emails – related to nearly every aspect of his effort to invalidate the 2020 election between Nov. 3, 2020 and Jan. 6, 2021. But Trump’s suit made it highly unlikely that he would ever testify, given the committee’s end date. So, waiting until October to issue the subpoena made the point moot.

One would assume that a House committee is familiar with the calander and the timely factors in such proceedings, and therefore were aware that the issuing of the subpoena would be moot. However, on Wednesday Rep. Bennie Thomson, Democrat of Mississippi felt the need to explain in an official letter to Trump’s legal team.

“As you many know, the select committee has concluded its hearings, released its final report and will soon reach its end,” Thompson wrote. “IN light of the imminent end of our investigation, the select committee can no longer pursue the specific information covered by the subpoena.”

Harmeet K. Dhillon, one of Trump’s lawyers. celebrated the development on Twitter:

“After my firm filed suit on separation of powers to block January 6 House Select Committee’s illegitimate subpoena to President Trump over his activities while president – the committee waved the white flag and withdrew subpoena.” she wrote.

A committee spokeswoman declined to comment to the Times.

Thompson is sending similar letters to other witnesses lately subpoenaed as the panel ends. A nearly identical letter was sent to Doug Mastriano, the republican nominee for Pennsylvania governor, whom the panel had sought to question. Mastriano had been a central figure in Trump’s efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 election in Pennsylvania.

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