Not until the events on Jan. 6, 2021 did the entire country learn of the massive corruption within the United States Capitol Police.
Not only were they seen on video intentionally removing security barriers and allowing protestors to enter the Capitol building, but they also have a well-known murder on their force as well.
The officer responsible for the death of Ashli Babbitt shot the protesting Trump supporter at point-blank range as she tried to flee the Capitol building through a shattered pane of glass. She presented no threat to the officer yet he used deadly force anyway. After a so-called “investigation,” it was determined the officer acted within the Capitol Police protocols and faced zero disciplinary action.
Under the influence of Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats, it appears the Capitol Police has now begun spying on outspoken conservative lawmakers who risk their positions to speak the truth about Jan. 6 and the subsequent House investigation.
On Tuesday, Texas Republican Rep. Troy Nehls accused U.S. Capitol Police off entering his office uninvited. He claims they photographed “confidential legislative products” and were “caught in the act” by members of Nehls’ staff. Staffers claim the officers were disguised as construction workers.
According to Nehls, two days after Capitol Police entered his office three intelligence officers attempted to do the same during Thanksgiving week when the House was in recess.
Maybe it is because I have been a vocal critic of @SpeakerPelosi, the @January6thCmte, and @CapitolPolice leadership about their handling of January 6th, the death of Ashli Babbitt and the subsequent SHAM investigation.
— Congressman Troy Nehls (@RepTroyNehls) February 8, 2022
According to Captiol Police protocol, the USCP is permitted to close and lock the doors of lawmakers if left open and unoccupied, for security reasons. However, that does not mean they are allowed to rifle through the office and take pictures of confidential material. If true, what the USCP did was unconscionable and subject to a major investigation.
The Capitol Police in turn responded, refuting Nehls’ claims in a statement of their own.
Statement from @CapitolPolice:
"The weekend before Thanksgiving, one of our vigilant officers spotted the Congressman’s door was wide open. That Monday, USCP personnel personally followed up with the Congressman’s staff and determined no investigation or further action…
— Nathaniel Reed (@ReedReports) February 8, 2022
Like many facets of Washington D.C., the U.S. Capitol Police is rife with liberal corruption. If not for Donald Trump and many outspoken Republican lawmakers, the general public wouldn’t have the faintest idea of just how insidious these organizations truly were.
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Author: Elizabeth Tierney