GOP’s Own J6 Probe Releases Major Report on Capitol Security


With the January 6th select committee finally wrapping up their lengthy, partisan charade this week, the DOJ has some decisions to make.

The committee has now referred former President Donald Trump to the Justice Department on 4 criminal charges, one of which could prevent him from ever holding office in the US again if he’s found guilty in a potential trial.

But this committee’s Democratic bias has been well documented, forcing the GOP to run their own parallel investigation…and what they’ve discovered is rather damning.

The five Republicans initially set to serve on the January 6 select committee released a report Wednesday of findings from their investigation into the U.S. Capitol’s security preparedness ahead of the 2021 riot.

The Republicans’ 141-page report explores at length the security measures taken leading up to the events of January 6, 2021, an issue they say the January 6 committee has “thus far ignored.”

The findings were extraordinary.

“Leadership and law enforcement failures within the U.S. Capitol left the complex vulnerable on January 6, 2021,” the GOP report states. “The Democrat-led investigation in the House of Representative, however, has disregarded those institutional failings that exposed the Capitol to violence that day.”

And it gets worse:

The Republicans’ report also demonstrates coordination between then-Sergeant at Arms Paul Irving and Pelosi’s office in the leadup to the riot, making the case that Irving, a member of the USCP board, shut Republicans out of critical conversations and “succumbed to political pressures” from Pelosi and Democrat leadership.

“In one case, Irving even asked a senior Democratic staffer to ‘act surprised’ when he sent key information about plans for the Joint Session on January 6, 2021 to him and his Republican counterpart,” the report found. “The senior Democratic staffer replied: ‘I’m startled!’”

The GOP’s report has been largely ignored by the mainstream media as well, playing into the longstanding impression that conservatives do not receive equal airtime or exposure no matter the gravitas of their work.