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Flash bang fired by Capitol Police into a crowd of peaceful protesters with women, children, and the elderly at the bottom of the Capitol steps.[1]

The Pelosi Panel otherwise known as the January 6 Select Committee was a partisan witchhunt and demonization project formed by San Francisco Democrat Rep. Nancy Pelosi after the United States Senate and Joe Biden[2] rejected the idea of forming a bipartisan commission to investigate the 2021 Capitol insurrection hoax.[3] While first offerring Republicans to participate, Pelosi booted off Republican members[4] and named two of her own hand selected Republican NeverTrumpers to give it the appearance of bipartisanship. Pelosi did not want to answer questions about her own involvement in rejecting National Guard security in the days before the January 6 fiasco.[5]

The Capitol Police Chief requested National Guard presence prior to January 6,[6] and was rejected six times.[7] Pelosi was concerned about the "optics" of having a National Guard presence on January 6.[8] Reuters reported that the FBI found no evidence the capital breach was the result of an organized plot to overturn the presidential election result.[9] The FBI later admitted to running a false flag sting operation on the Capitol grounds on January 6, 2021.

Pelosi initiated the hearings after her second failed sham impeachment,[10] this time aimed at Trump voters and not the President himself.[11] Rep. Benny Thompson, a black separatist and veteran apologist for the 1960s era Republic of Africa domestic extremist group,[12] served as chair. The panel was a taxpayer-funded opposition research team for the 2022 Midterm elections with subpoenas for everyone connected with the Trump movement.

Republicans also withdrew from the communist dominated House Select Committee on Economic Disparity and Fairness in Growth after Pelosi's arrogant dismissal of the people's elected representatives.[13]

When the committee was formed, a Rasmussen Poll found that 66% of registered voters would rather see the 2020 Black Lives Matter and Antifa protests investigated. 67% of whites, 64% of Black voters, 66% of Hispanics and 62% of other minorities thought Congress should be investigating the 2020 leftwing riots that enveloped American cities and widely supported by Democrat members of Congress. 60% of Democrats, 63% of voters not affiliated with either major party, and 75% of Republicans said Congress should investigate the 2020 riots. No majority existed for the Pelosi panel.[14]

January 6 protests

In 1971, Obama mentors Bernardine Dohrn (left} and Bill Ayers {right} bombed the United States Capitol Building.[15]
See also: Save America March 2021

Pelosi called the January 6 protests, the "worst assault on the Capitol since the War of 1812." However, no bombings occurred. Former Trump chief-of-staff Mark Meadows testified that during the January 6 Capitol riot, Speaker Pelosi asked the Department of Defense (DOD) what time Congress members could get their lunch.[16] "I find it amazing that she was more interested in their culinary position than they are in anything else," he added.

At the age of 21 in the early 1960s, a radical subversive and treasonous Joe Biden breached the U.S. Capitol building, entered the Senate chamber, sat in the presiding officer's chair, and was arrested.[17]

On March 1, 1971, the Weather Underground headed by Barack Obama's far-left mentors Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn bombed the U.S. Capitol building.[18]

In 1984 a radical communist group calling themselves the John Brown Anti-Klan Committee published the following communiqué:

Tonight we bombed the U. S. Capitol building. We attacked the U. S. Government to retaliate against imperialist aggression that has sent the marines, the CIA and the army to invade sovereign nations...

We are acting in solidarity with all those leading the fight against U. S. imperialism the peoples of Grenada, Lebanon, Palestine, El Salvador, and Nicaragua - who are confronting direct U. S. aggression...
Our action carries a message to the U. S. imperialist ruling class: we purposely aimed out attack at the institutions of imperialist rule rather than at individual members of the ruling class and government. We did not choose to kill any of them at this time...[19]

Minutes before the blast, a caller claiming to represent the “Armed Resistance Unit” had warned the Capitol switchboard that a bomb had been placed. The force of the device, hidden under a bench at the eastern end of the corridor outside the chamber, blew off the door to the office of the Exalted Cyclops and Democratic Leader Robert C. Byrd. A stately portrait of Daniel Webster, located across from the concealed bomb, received the explosion’s full force. The blast tore away Webster’s face and left it scattered across the tiles in one-inch canvas shards. Federal agents arrested six members of the so-called Resistance Conspiracy in May 1988 and charged them with bombings of the Capitol, Ft. McNair, and the Washington Navy Yard. In 1990, a federal judge sentenced Marilyn Buck, Laura Whitehorn, and Linda Evans to lengthy prison terms for conspiracy and malicious destruction of government property.[20] While in prison, Linda Evans authored The Prison Industrial Complex with funding from the George Soros Open Society Institute.[21] Democratic Socialist Bernie Sanders adopted her prison industrial complex slogan as part of his 2020 presidential election agenda.[22]

Rep. Ocasio-Cortez leads insurrectionists in a takeover of Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office, Nov. 13, 2018.[23] The mass-produced yellow placards are evidence of pre-planning and outside funding.

In 1954, five congressmen were wounded on the floor when 4 terrorists opened fire from the visitor area. President Jimmy Carter later commuted their sentences.[24]

On July 12, 1947, a former Capitol Police officer attempted to assassinate Sen. John Bricker of Ohio.[25]

Shortly before midnight on July 2, 1915, police responded to the U.S. Capitol where an explosion had just rocked the Senate wing.[26]

Security became a major issue since the September 11, 2001 attacks, where a fourth hijacked plane on a suicide mission may have been headed to the White House or the Capitol. The serenity and repose formerly offered by Frederick Law Olmsted's original capitol grounds landscape have been replaced with concrete barriers and machine-gun-wielding police who greet visitors and passersby with suspicion, in stark contrast to the air of friendliness and openness that used to prevail. The landscaping around the Capitol grounds, designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, was partly sacrificed during 1999-2003 to construct the new Capitol Visitor Center and security points.

In the fall of 2018 radical left billionaire George Soros is said to have spent $5 million on the Kavanaugh hearings protests.[27][28] His Open Society Foundations funded several groups protesting the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.[29] All week long protestors were bused in.

Beatty arrested for storming the Capitol.PNG Hank Johnson arrested at 2021 Capitol insurrection.PNG

2021 arrests (left) Congressional Black Caucus vice chair Joyce Beatty, (right) Rep. Hank Johnson

Some controversy erupted when President Trump suggested the Soros mob were paid.[30] A Vice Media editor stated that some protestors were paid and tried to create "viral moments" good for TV.[31] Ana Marie Archila of the Soros-funded Center For Popular Democracy slipped passed the Capitol Police and cornered NeverTrumper Sen. Jeff Flake in an elevator to deliver a televised rant for the fake news outlet CNN. Flake asked for a week-long delay in the confirmation vote while the FBI conducted an investigation into Christine Blasey Ford and Kavanaugh's sworn statements. Journalist Mike Cernovich documented Archila's compensation package as a mob protest organizer at $178,000, more money paid above the table than Flake or any member of Congress makes, according to the Center For Popular Democracy's IRS Form 990 tax return publicly available at[32] When the FBI completed its report of Blasey Ford's allegations and Judge Kavanaugh's response, insurrectionists took over the Hart Senate Office Building and 302 rioters were arrested.[33] 101 were arrested the second day. Ten months later, on October 12, 2021 a federal judge found the director of the D.C. Department of Corrections and the warden of the city jail in contempt of court and called on the Justice Department to investigate whether the facility was violating the civil rights of dozens of January 6 detainees.[34] On October 18, U.S. Marshalls inspected the jail in compliance the judge's order.[35]

In December 2018 Rep.-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez led a mob of insurrectionists in a takeover of Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office.[36]

In 2021 Congressional Black Caucus vice-chair Joyce Beatty,[37] jihadist Linda Sarsour,[38] and Rep. Hank Johnson[39] were arrested for storming the U.S. Capitol with mobs of insurrectionists.


The inquisitors include impeachment sham veterans, Russia hoaxers, and Silicon Valley puppets. [40]

Liz Cheney, At-large WY

Adam Kinzinger, R-IL

Bennie Thompson, D-MS

Adam Schiff, D-CA

Jamie Raskin, D-MD

Zoe Lofgren, D-CA

Elaine Luria, D-VA

Pete Aguilar, D-CA

Stephanie Murphy, D-FL

Laufman and the Lawfare group

On the first day DC Metropolitan Police Officers Daniel Hodges and Michael Fanone and Capitol Police Officer Harry Dunn and Sgt. Aquilino Gonell were the first to testify. They gave fanciful, politically motivated[41], accounts of the protesters who were welcomed[42] into the Capitol building.[43] Adam Kinzinger choked back tears.[44] The gunman who murdered unarmed protester Ashli Babbitt without warning was congratulated.[45] David Laufman sat behind Michael Fanone. Laufman was the DOJ-NSD official who interviewed Hillary Clinton during the fraudulent FBI Clinton email investigation of 2016; Laufman quit the DOJ and started working for the Lawfare group. Laufman then represented Monica McLean, the best FBI friend of Christine Blasey Ford who helped write the letter to Dianne Feinstein during their effort to block Justice Kavanaugh for SCOTUS Judge. Monica McLean was busted by Senator Grassley for witness tampering; and then hired “beach friend” David Laufman to avoid legal trouble.[46]


When the panel issued more fishing expedition subpoenas, President Trump posted a repsonse:

"The “Unselect Committee” of highly partisan politicians, a similar group that perpetrated the now proven lie of Russia, Russia, Russia, Ukraine, Ukraine, Ukraine, Impeachment Hoax #1, Impeachment Hoax #2, and many other Scams, has sent out Harassment Subpoenas on Jan. 6th so that the Government of the United States can continue wasting time while Russia, China, and virtually every other country that deals with our Nation can continue to “eat our lunch,” and laugh at the stupidity of what is going on at our Southern Border, and the worst withdrawal from a war zone by any Nation in history—all of this while the Democrats persecute and prosecute Republicans which is, together with Rigging Elections, essentially all they know how to do. We will fight the Subpoenas on Executive Privilege and other grounds, for the good of our Country, while we wait to find out whether or not Subpoenas will be sent out to Antifa and BLM for the death and destruction they have caused in tearing apart our Democrat-run cities throughout America.

Hopefully the Unselect Committee will be calling witnesses on the Rigged Presidential Election of 2020, which is the primary reason that hundreds of thousands of people went to Washington, D.C. in the first place. Let the people of the United States see the real facts, which cannot happen because the Fake News refuses to write about them. The Witch Hunt will never end! In the meantime, the Democrats get away with the Russia Scam, and all of the other corruption they have perpetrated on our Country for so many years. MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN![47]

See also


  19. "Armed Resistance Unit Bombs US Capitol", Death to the Klan, Winter, 1984, No.3.
  21. Soros-funded Media and the Glorification of the Weather Underground
  28. Nomani, Asra (October 8, 2018). George Soros's March on Washington. Fox News (from The Wall Street Journal). Retrieved October 9, 2018.
  29. Richardson, Valerie (October 8, 2018). George Soros-funded network drives anti-Kavanaugh activism. The Washington Times. Retrieved October 9, 2018.
  31. Chamberlain, Samuel (October 7, 2018). Some anti-Kavanaugh protesters were paid to help make 'viral moments,' Vice News editor says. Fox News. Retrieved October 7, 2018.

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