According to a report by retired Lt. Gen. Russel Honore on Capitol Hill security, Congress will be told that it needs 1,000 more Capitol Police officers and new barriers outside the Capitol, which will cost $100 million.
According to sources, the man dubbed a “anti-Trump general” believes that a massive security presence is needed around what has already been dubbed ”
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According to CNN, the former officer who was hand-picked by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has written up a draft of proposal recommendations on how to fix security concerns that were highlighted during the Jan. 6 incursion into the Capitol has written up a draft of proposal recommendations on how to address security issues that were highlighted during the incursion.
Today, Capitol Police responded to Nancy Pelosi’s decision to put a partisan in charge of a security review from Jan 6 – an individual who has suggested Capitol Police helped the rioters. Russel Honore should be removed pic.twitter.com/V5w1EICOML
— Josh Hawley (@HawleyMO) February 23, 2021
More walls and fences across Capitol Hill and its environs would allegedly be recommended in the study.
According to CNN, 350 of the 1,000 Capitol Police officers Honore wants added would defend members of Congress and workers in their regional districts. Unnamed persons “with knowledge of the findings” were cited as sources by the outlet.
According to the draft study, an armed intervention force made up of National Guard members should be formed and stationed near Capitol Hill. According to CNN, the report calls for “a National Guard military police battalion to be on standby in Washington full time.”
I'd like to see a big group of patriots all gather Peacefully in front of the wall around the capitol with mega-phones and all shout repeatedly,
"Mrs. Pelosi, Tear Down This Wall"!#PelosiTearDownThisWall
— Roger McEntyre (@RogerMcEntyre) February 27, 2021
Pelosi’s Capitol security: $100 million for officers, more walls to keep out 75 million white supremacists https://t.co/2UBo1zKbAH
— Deenie (@deenie7940) February 27, 2021
The scope of the longer-term usage of walls and fences to seal off Capitol Hill is unclear, CNN added, despite the report’s strong emphasis on short-term Capitol Hill security by fences.
Acting Capitol Police Chief Yogananda Pittman said this week that the new fence, which was installed in January, would not be replaced anytime soon.