Congressman: Pelosi, During Jan. 6 Riot, Was Concerned About Lunch

(Republican Insider) – A new report from the folks over at WND has revealed that the former chief of staff for President Donald Trump recently made an appearance on a podcast where it was confirmed that Democrat House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, during the height of the riots at the Capitol on Jan. 6, called to ask about lunch being served for members of Congress.

This confirmation came during an episode of John Solomon Reports. During the program Mark Meadows went on to explain that he wasn’t actually in the room at the time of the call, but Pelosi, who has joined forces with other Democrats and leftists in describing the events that transpired on that day as being worse than 9/11, when 3,000 innocent people lost their lives in a terrorist attack, contacted the Department of Defense and “made an inquiry about what time, you know, our members could actually get their lunch.”

“I find it amazing that she was more interested in their culinary position than they are in anything else,” Meadows went on to say during the episode.

House Speaker Pelosi’s office, in a recently made statement to Just the News concerning her lunch plans, and her refusal to accept President Trump’s offer of 10,000 National Guard troops that day, stated, “This is false and makes no sense on its face. The breach of the Capitol was in the 2 pm hour. It is already established that US Capitol security officials requested National Guard for hours before the request was granted by the Trump administration.”

However, Meadows isn’t the only person who has identified Pelosi’s lunch question as being rather suspect.

Kash Patel, who was then the chief of staff to acting Defense Secretary Chris Miller, spoke with conservative powerhouse Mark Levin just last month about this very subject.

“Do you want to know what Speaker Pelosi’s worry was on Jan. 6 when she called me and the secretary of defense, after Ashli Babbitt was shot, within the hour after her shooting? She asked the secretary of defense and I what time congressional food services was going to reopen so that her members could eat?” he went on to say during the discussion.

“I said, ‘Madam Speaker, my focus is on defending the Capitol building and defending the Constitution and not allowing armored personnel carriers – which was your request – to float down the streets of D.C. because the Capitol Police and the FBI failed their duties on Jan. 6,'” he continued.

The report then goes on to take an even closer look at the response from Pelosi’s office concerning the troops.

“According to reports from the Military Times and the Associated Press, then-Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy received the request for National Guard troops around 2 p.m., and passed it along to then-acting Defense Secretary Chris Miller, who said he approved it at 3 p.m. After the approval went through, the National Guard headed to the armory, put on protective gear, and loaded into vehicles, making it to the Capitol between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m.,” the report then confirmed.

“Meadows explained President Trump also had made the National Guard available two days before the riot because ‘he knew a lot of people would attend the rally on Jan. 6 and remembered Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., and others had been previously accosted leaving the Republican National Convention,'” the report added.

“And what he didn’t want is this whole chaos to erupt with counter protesters and the like,” but that was “largely… ignored” leading up to and on Jan. 6 “by those that should be making the decision,” Meadows went on to say of the speaker.

“Pelosi has since set up a partisan committee of members of Congress – all Democrats and Trump-opposing Republicans – to investigate the Jan. 6 events. Most observers expect the final report to openly blame President Trump even though he told his supporters at a rally earlier in the day to protest congressional actions ‘peacefully,'” the report from WND stated.

Many of the individuals who ended up entering the building on that day, including a few who have now been charged, entered when security officers opened the doors for them.

There were some — a few dozen or maybe a hundred — who broke out windows and busted down doors to get inside and then vandalized the facility. These individuals were protesting what they saw as a complete and total failure of the election system in our country and wanted to see election integrity protected.

“A multitude of claims of election fraud arose, and many were dismissed. Trump critics and so-called ‘fact checkers’ claimed the election was without flaw. But investigations remain in several states and they appear to be focusing on two facts that are uncontradicted: that Mark Zuckerberg literally bought the election for Joe Biden, as one analysis has suggested, by handing out nearly $420 million to election officials to help them recruit Democrat voters, and that state officials multiple times simply changed state election law to accommodate Democrat wishes for mail-in ballots even though they lacked authority to do that,” WND’s report concluded.

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  1. Nasty Nancy could care less about anyone or anything that is not on her agenda to be Queen. Lord, let the lunch cart through I don’t have time for this is her motto. Wanna bet that lunch was free. Maybe she didn’t want to give up her expensive ice cream to the protesters. Sorry this woman is ILK.


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