Pelosi has really stepped in it with a statement she made a while back – and it might come back to haunt her if she gets her “commission” on January 6th.
She made a critical mistake by denying Trump’s assertion that she and other congressional leaders refused his request for 10,000 National Guard troops to be stationed at the Capitol on January 6th.
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Pelosi has categorically denied that this request was ever made, claiming that Trump’s allegations are “made up.”
No, it’s not true. That isn’t something Trump made up. He has no excuse to, because however the Deep State wants to hide, anything like that from a US President can be tracked.
The Washington Examiner reported on Trump’s request as follows:
TRUMP DID ORDER 10,000 GUARD TROOPS FOR JANUARY 6TH: Former President Donald Trump told Fox News in his first public remarks since losing the November election that he warned the Pentagon “days before” that it would not be ready for the throngs of Trump supporters expected to descend on Washington on Jan. 6 and proposed mobilizing 10,000 National Guard troops.
Trump said that he told the Pentagon’s “top official,” at the time acting Defense Secretary Chris Miller, that the crowd would be huge because “everybody I’d see” would say, “Oh, we’re going to the rally.” ‘We’ll be at the rally,’ says the group.
“Look, this rally is going to be bigger than everyone thinks,” I said. Trump told Steve Hilton of Fox News on Sunday night. “And I said that I believe you should have 10,000 — I believe I gave the number — I certainly gave the number of 10,000 National Guardsmen, and I believe you should have 10,000 National Guardsmen ready.”
Miller told reporter and former CIA lawyer Adam Ciralsky, who wrote a fly-on-the-wall account of Miller’s final week at the Pentagon for Vanity Fair, that this is what he said. “‘You’re going to need 10,000 people,’ says the narrator. “No, I’m not talking nonsense, he said that,” Miller said of his conversation with Trump to Ciralsky. “‘You’ll need 10,000,’ says the narrator. That’s exactly what he said. “Promise to God.”