Oops! Report Shows Capitol Police Received First Warning About Jan. 6 Violence 2 WEEKS BEFORE Protests! — PELOSI TURNED DOWN NATIONAL GUARD

The War Room opened their show on Thursday with John Solomon’s explosive report on Just The News that Capitol Police were first warned about possible violence at the January 6th protests TWO WEEKS before the planned rallies.

As The Gateway Pundit previously reported both Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Washington DC Mayor Muriel Bowser were both warned about the security situation on January 6th and both of them turned down National Guard troops at the US Capitol that day.

Mayor Muriel Bowser turned down thousands of National Guard troops at the Capitol on January 6 for political reasons.

Chris Wray’s FBI also refused to notify the Trump administration and his cabinet secretaries that they believed there could be a situation like the mass protests at the Capitol that took place.

Nancy Pelosi also refused the National Guard at the US Capitol due to politics.

Capitol Police Chief Steve Sund said he asked House and Senate security officials for permission to request that the D.C. National Guard be placed on standby in case he needed quick backup. But they both turned him down.

John Solomon joined Steve Bannon on Tuesday to discuss the report. Solomon says the DHS and District of Columbia were made aware of online threats of violence two weeks before the protests and rally.

Via Just The News.

Capitol Police received alerts from both U.S. Homeland Security and District of Columbia authorities about potential violence at the Capitol more than two weeks before the Jan. 6 riots, a pre-Christmas warning that flagged online chatter about waging a “bloody war,” concealing guns, and burning down the Supreme Court, according to internal memos obtained by Just the News that reveal much earlier and persistent red flags about the tragedy.

“Right-wing extremists are talking about tunnels below the Capitol Complex and the allegiances of USCP officers,” Capitol Police intelligence expert John T. Nugent Jr. wrote in an e-mail Dec. 21, 2020 sent to a distribution list of the department’s Intelligence and Interagency Coordination Division.

Nugent’s email forwarded information from the District of Columbia’s intelligence analyst that stated a social post “had garnered quite a bit of interest online” about Jan. 6 because it included a map of the Capitol grounds. The post was “showing the tunnel system underneath the campus, and the thread has several mentions of digging, probing security, carrying tools to the Capitol,” the email said.

Here is a message sent to John Nugent from the DC Capitol Police on December 21, 2020, nearly two weeks before the protests.

The FBI and US government had infiltrated the Proud Boys and Oath Keepers and saw that some individuals were talking about violence at the protests.

For the record, the Oath Keepers committed no violence on January 6th and were unarmed.


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