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Republicans release factual report on January 6. Not a what to do about nothing report.

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Republicans release factual report on January 6. Not a what to do about nothing report. One word. Security. The Biased Democrat report ignored totally of what went wrong. Capitol police and the DC PD had a four day warning and a offer of assistance from the White House. Refused.

The report doesn’t mention Trumps involvement cause he wasn’t present at the disturbance. Remember he gave a speech at his rally and there was no disturbance.

Partial Republican Report.

Reps. Rodney Davis of Illinois, Kelly Armstrong of North Dakota and Troy Nehls of Texas were also part of the group that released the Republican report Wednesday.

Pelosi had objected to McCarthy’s picks of Jordan and Banks for the Jan. 6 select committee last July, and McCarthy withdrew all party support for the select committee probe. Pelosi eventually announced two Republican appointees: Cheney and Rep. Adam Kinzinger of Illinois.

The Republican report faulted Capitol Police leadership for failing to adequately train officers or give them the equipment needed to protect the complex. The authors also pointed out that changes to a key intelligence-gathering division in December 2020 crippled the agency’s ability to prepare for the protests and subsequent attack.

“The slow response to the violence at the Capitol represents a multi-jurisdictional security breakdown. But the entity that is singularly tasked with protecting the Capitol complex failed to do just that on January 6, 2021,” the Republican report states.

For instance, according to the report, the incoming head of the division changed protocol so that analysts no longer conducted proactive social media searches. That left police leadership unaware of many of the threats circulating online.

The report also blamed Democratic leadership’s concerns over “optics” of calling the National Guard to the Capitol for a delay in their arrival. Testimony about concern for the optics came from Capitol Police leadership or members of the military.

Separately, the report also noted that Defense Department officials made their own changes that kept decision-making about the National Guard deployment away from congressional leaders.

The full report is below.


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