Capitol Police Former Chief Sund Exposes Pelosi’s Misrepresentation Regarding January 6th

Former U.S. Capitol Police Chief Steven A. Sund testified that he had three separate phone conversations with then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on January 6th, 2021.

This contradicts Pelosi’s previous claims that she had no contact with Sund on that fateful day. The truth is now out in the open, and it’s time to scrutinize the details.

During a hearing titled “Oversight of United States Capitol Security: Assessing Security Failures on January 6, 2021,” held by the House Administration Subcommittee on Oversight, Sund made his testimony.

He stated that despite Pelosi’s public denial of any communication, he had indeed spoken with her three times on the day of the Capitol breach.

Sund’s role as the most senior security official on the House side put him in direct contact with the House Sergeant at Arms, Paul Irving, who was appointed by Pelosi herself.

Sund revealed that when he first suggested calling in the National Guard in the days leading up to January 6th, Irving expressed concern about the “optics” of such a move.

On the day of the Capitol breach, Sund again approached Irving to request the deployment of the National Guard. Irving responded that he would need to “run it up the chain.”

Sund interpreted this as referring to the leadership team that goes up to Speaker Pelosi, indicating that the decision ultimately rested with her.

The discrepancy between Pelosi’s public statements and Sund’s testimony raises serious questions. Why would Pelosi deny having spoken to Sund if there was nothing to hide?

Sund’s testimony suggests Pelosi was more involved in the events of January 6th than she has publicly admitted.

Sund detailed the three calls he had with Pelosi. The first call occurred when he briefed Vice President Pence at a secure location and informed Irving of his plans. Irving then initiated a call to Pelosi, during which Sund briefed her for the first time.

The second call happened when Sund was on his way to brief the Senate, and Pelosi questioned the information he had given to Vice President Pence. The third call took place at 06:25 p.m., during which Sund briefed all of the leadership on the plans to get them back into chambers.

Sund’s testimony not only contradicts Pelosi’s claims but also raises questions about her actions on January 6th. Why did she refuse President Trump’s request for National Guard deployment three days before the event? Why did she blame Sund for the security failures and force him to step down as Police Chief?

The truth is slowly emerging, and it’s clear that there’s more to the story than what Pelosi shared.

This article appeared in Conservative Cardinal and has been published here with permission.

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