The truth hurts.
Apparently the Capitol police cannot make up numbers like some people we know.
According to reports, the D.C. police represented by The U.S. Capitol Police Labor Committee have put forth a vote of no confidence in their recently appointed departmental leadership.
Leadership that was so hastily thrown together because the last round of leaders resigned; allegedly, due to doing nothing to stop the January 6th riots…..even though they had reports warning them.
After the events of January 6th put a ton of police officers in harms way, the police themselves are saying what many of us have been saying: the people at the top are incompetent.
Or maybe worse…….
It recently came out that Pelosi denied the request for more national guard troops in the capitol on January 4th, two days before the riots.
We can’t trust the oligarchs, and we can’t trust the bureaucrats.
I wonder what the new, and old leadership of the D.C. police knew about this whole situation, and I wonder what they are keeping from us all.
Take a look:
CBS News reported:
Capitol Police officers voiced their displeasure with the department's top leaders with an overwhelming vote of no confidence, after scores of officers were injured, one officer died and two committed suicide following the January 6 assault on the Capitol by crowds of President Trump's supporters.
The U.S. Capitol Police Labor Committee, the union that represents thousands of U.S. Capitol Police officers, announced that 92% of Capitol Police officers voted that they had no confidence in Acting Chief Yogananda Pittman, and substantial majorities also voted no confidence in six other top leaders in the department.
The previous chief, Steven Sund, resigned under pressure as officials cast blame on him for the massive security failures of January 6 on him.
"[O]ur leadership clearly failed us. We know because we were there," union chairman Gus Papathanasiou said, according to the statement.
Fox News had more on the story:
The union said that 92% of its members voted no confidence in acting Chief Yogananda Pittman, who assumed the role two days after the riots. Papathanasiou said there are leaders within the department that are better suited for leadership.
"We hope Congressional leaders and the entire Capitol Hill community understands that continuing with the current USCP leadership is not an option," he said.
"The current leadership is just a continuation of the past regimes on this Department and there needs to be accountability. Their failures are inexcusable. This vote, which the majority of the officers in the bargaining unit participated in, shows they have lost our trust.