House GOP leaders want Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) to testify under oath over her role on Jan. 6.
Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) is pushing for Pelosi to answer questions as he flips the script on the House committee's work to target conservatives over the Capitol riot.
It's time for Nancy Pelosi to testify under oath about all the riot emails, calls and texts on January 6th.The Investigative Committee should be modified, they have shown to be not impartial.
House Republicans Want Pelosi to Testify Before Jan.6 Committee https://t.co/qxH2uLedHE
— Darien Barrios For US Congress 2024 (@Darien4congress) December 24, 2022
“The reason there wasn’t a proper security presence on that day goes right to the speaker’s staff and the speaker’s office,” Jordan told Just the News Wednesday.
“As you go back and look at the communications, there’s this pattern that develops where the Sergeant of Arms is meeting with Pelosi’s staff,” he continued.
“Many of those meetings, Republican staff wasn’t allowed to be there, but they had this pattern where everything had to run through her office, her staff, before the Sergeant of Arms could make a decision," he added.
The pendulum is finally swinging back and Nancy Pelosi will pay for what she did to the Capitol on January 6thhttps://t.co/bcR9oaIczv
— Rogan O’Handley (@DC_Draino) December 22, 2022
“It’s almost like there were individuals within the current administration that wanted this to happen,” Rep. Troy Nehls (R-TX) said.
“All the intelligence was there, and what did they have? What did they have? They had bicycle racks. … A bicycle rack couldn’t keep your cat in your yard," he added.
Watch: 'Just the News, No Noise' with GOP Rep. Nehls, Texas AG Paxton https://t.co/YtEXlhHmus
— John Solomon (@jsolomonReports) December 21, 2022
Pelosi will leave House leadership after this month though she will remain in Congress in her role as a congresswoman.
The party has selected Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) to serve as the top leader for Democrats, a sign that the future will be even more radical for the party.
Some Republicans are unwilling to let Pelosi walk away without addressing her role in what occurred on Jan. 6.
The attempt to force Pelosi to testify will offer an interesting look at what happens when a Democrat faces scrutiny over the same issue that Republicans have faced for nearly two years over what occurred on the day of the Capitol riot, hopefully leading to more answers regarding security issues that occurred.