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Pelosi Staffers Secretly Decreased Capitol Security on Jan. 6

'It was a setup and they got caught...'

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) A recently posted text message revealed that Nancy Pelosi’s staff changing the security plans for January 6th, 2021 and told the House Sergeant at Arms to “please act surprised” when they finalized the draft.

According to the Gateway Pundit, the House Sergeant at Arms responded “I’m startled!” to show his acquiescence to the request.

This is one piece of mounting evidence that points to Democrats pulling the strings before the January 6th protest.

Journalist Rogan O’Handley broke the story on Twitter and followed up with an interview on The War Room with Steve Bannon. On the show, they discussed how House Republicans found the communications from Pelosi’s team.

The texts and emails prove the Speaker’s staff decreased security at the Capitol building before the January 6 protests.

“This explosive story is spreading fast,” O’Handley wrote in a tweet. “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.”

“It was a setup and they got caught,” he added.

Then-President Donald Trump requested additional National Guard protection at the Capitol in anticipation of large crowds. Pelosi turned down this request.

Pelosi did have a film crew fly out to the Capitol to film her that day as well.

There have been many revelations regarding the Democrats behind the scenes involvement in the January 6 protests, including the discovery that the FBI was spying on President Trump as early as 2016.

Senators Ron Johnson, R-Wisc., and Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, requested the Director of National Intelligence declassify more documents related to the surveillance.

“Based on our investigation and recent press reports, we are increasingly concerned that the surveillance of U.S. persons affiliated with the Trump campaign began earlier than the opening of the FBI’s Crossfire Hurricane investigation in late July 2016,” the senators wrote.

There was also the reveal of potential FBI informant Ray Epps, who claimed he helped turn what was a peaceful rally into a mob.

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