Video Released By GOP Shows Pelosi Taking ‘Responsibility’ on Jan 6

ARMENIA, YEREVAN: 18 September 2022 U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi talks to the media during a briefing following her meeting with Armenian National Assembly Speaker Alen Simonyan.

Then-Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) admits in an unseen video from January 6, 2021, that the police weren’t ready when a crowd stormed the United States Capitol, and she took responsibility.

A video showing Rep. Nancy Pelosi being escorted out of the Capitol premises and engaged in a conversation with Chief of Staff Terri McCullough on the manner in which the evacuation was executed was posted on social media by a House Republican panel.

Pelosi said that there was no accountability for what was happening and argued that they should be accountable. She asked why the National Guard didn’t show up but then said that they obviously didn’t know. She then took the blame for not having people prepared after her aide’s assertion that the Capitol Police did feel they were prepared.

Pelosi has blamed Trump for the disturbance that occurred on January 6, according to House Republicans, who say the video disproves her claims.

Ex-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi recently denied in an interview with MSNBC that she had refused to protect the Capitol on January 6th, despite the shocking new footage showing her doing just that.

On her MSNBC appearance, Pelosi wasted no time calling out the footage as revisionist history and placing the responsibility squarely on the shoulders of former President Trump and those who support him.

Instead of calling for an uprising, President Trump called for peaceful demonstrations. Additionally, he extended many offers of National Guard help before January 6th, but Pelosi and other legislative leaders rejected each time. The refusal of National Guard backing by Speaker Nancy Pelosi and GOP Leader Mitch McConnell before the anticipated demonstrations on January 6th, 2021, was revealed.  This was widely reported and clarified the reason why Democrats chose to conclude their baseless impeachment claim against President Trump instead of letting the American people know that Nancy Pelosi was the one who failed to protect the US Capitol that day.

In an interview, Steve Sund, the outgoing chief of police in the nation’s capital, claimed that the security personnel of the House and Senate, who report directly to Pelosi and McConnell, refused to support his attempts to secure the premises.