In an epic six-minute rant, Mark Levin, the fiery host of “Life, Liberty and Levin,” blasted House Speaker Nancy Pelosi over her role in the January 6th, 2021 Capitol riot.
“Nancy, what did you do on Jan. 6? Can we see your texts? Can we see your emails? Can we see your documents? Can we talk to your staff under penalty of perjury?” he asked.
“If you don’t respond, maybe we should put you in handcuffs and leg irons and throw you in jail with your husband, the drunk.”
Pelosi “will never be questioned because Liz Cheney has given her cover,” Levin said.
“Never in American history — except maybe the Salem witch trials — have we had a court of law, or more recently a congressional hearing, with just one side. Just one side,” he added.
“The purpose of a hearing is to get information, not to put on a Hollywood spectacle. But the media are all in and we know what we are going to get. My advice: Boycott them.”
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Calling the hearing a “Stalinist show trial,” Levin quoted former President Donald Trump’s words to supporters on Jan. 6: “I know that everyone here will soon be marching over to the Capitol building to peacefully and patriotically make your voices heard.”
Levin compared Trump’s language to then-Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer’s actual threats to Supreme Court Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch at a pro-abortion rally in March 2020.
He brought up Pelosi’s repeated delays on a bill that would boost security for Supreme Court justices as well as her support of the protests outside the justices’ homes despite the fact that they’re a violation of federal law. (Under 18 U.S. Code 1507, it is illegal to picket or parade outside a judge’s home.)
Investigative journalist and Just the News editor John Solomon obtained an official timeline from the Capitol Police of the events that occurred in the days leading up to Jan. 6, which he discussed on “Hannity” on Thursday night.
The Capitol Police’s timeline validates the Trump administration’s account of events and clearly shows that Democrats repeatedly rejected offers of a National Guard troop presence at the Capitol despite intelligence showing that violence was entirely possible.
Solomon told Sean Hannity, “Four days of infamy, four days when the Capitol Police, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, leadership could have hardened the Capitol, could have gotten the resources in place, could have made the strategic decisions, could have accepted the National Guard help that would have saved all those men and women in blue on the Capitol who got injured that day.
Just the News detailed the communications between the Pentagon and the Capitol Police from the first offer of National Guard troops on Jan. 2 to Washington, D.C., Mayor Muriel Bowser’s final rejection of troops on Jan. 5.
The Pentagon first raised the possibility of sending National Guard troops to the U.S. Capitol four days before the Jan. 6 riots, setting in motion a series of rejections by Capitol Police and Democrats that left Congress vulnerable as threats of violence were rising, according to government memos that validate Trump administration officials’ long-held claims.
An official timeline of the Jan. 6 tragedy assembled by Capitol Police shows that a Defense Department official reached out to a Capitol Police deputy chief, Sean Gallagher, on Jan. 2, 2021 to see if a request for troops was forthcoming, but the offer was quickly rejected after a consultation with then-Chief Steve Sund.
“Carol Corbin (DOD) texts USCP Deputy Chief Sean Gallagher, Protective Service Bureau, to determine whether USCP is considering a request for National Guard soldiers for January 6, 2021 event,” the timeline reads in the lone entry listed for Saturday, Jan. 2, 2021.
The following morning, the timeline states, “Gallagher replies to DOD via text that a request for National Guard support not forthcoming at this time after consultation with COP Sund.”
Solomon has also interviewed then-acting Defense Secretary Christopher Miller and his chief of staff Kash Patel. Patel told him, “We went to the Capitol Police and the Secret Service and law enforcement agencies and Mayor Bowser days before Jan. 6 and asked them, ‘Do you want thousands of National Guardsmen and women for Jan. 6?’ They all said no.”
“The Capitol Police timeline shows what we have been saying for the last year — that DOD support via the National Guard was refused by the House and Senate sergeant at arms, who report to Pelosi,” Patel said.
“Now we have it in their own writing, days before Jan. 6. And despite the FBI warning of potential for serious disturbance, no perimeter was established, no agents put on the street, and no fence put up.”
Read the full police timeline HERE.