Skip to comments.Two completely different scenes of Nancy Pelosi talking with Mike Pence on Jan 6 during the same phone conversation
Posted on 11/19/2023 9:26:58 AM PST by lowbridge
JUST IN: Damming video emerges showing two completely different scenes of Nancy Pelosi talking with Mike Pence on Jan 6 during the same phone conversation..
One scene shows Pelosi with Schumer and another shows Pelosi with Schumer and Grassley..
(Excerpt) Read more at twitter.com ...
Nasty’s staged putsch…
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...a Quinn Martin Production
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Ye mommy...yes mommy...how much will you leave me?? Can we get it in writing?
The rats/GOPe/MSM will use AI to create a totally manipulated reality. This video is just an example of what’s coming. We will be able to trust nothing.
Pathetic Liberals like to create movie scripts in their heads ... then, make them happen in reality
When Liberal politicians do it, it’s pathetic AND dangerous
No surprise at all about Pence, but Grassley? WT*?
I’ll bet Nanzi and her San Franciso Runts came up with the Jay6 B.S.
Personally, I like posts that contain more substance so I have more information before deciding whether to click on the link. Just one man’s opinion.
Pelosi Statement on Two Years Since January 6th Insurrection
January 6, 2023
Washington, D.C. – Speaker Emerita Nancy Pelosi issued this statement commemorating two years since the January 6th insurrection:
“Two years ago today, our nation watched in horror as a terrorist mob stormed the Capitol grounds in a violent attempt to subvert the peaceful transfer of power.
“The January 6th insurrection shook our Republic to its core – and left behind physical scars and emotional trauma on members of our Congressional community and our Country that endure to this day. What was a day of unimaginable horror was also a moment of extraordinary heroism, as courageous law enforcement officers stared down the insurrectionists to protect the Capitol. We are forever grateful to these heroes, and we continue to pray for the fallen, the afflicted and their families.
“Yet the violent assault did not deter us from upholding our oath. On January 6th, we returned to the Chamber and certified the election results to prove to the world that our Democracy stood strong. And with patriotism and persistence, the House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack worked on a bipartisan basis to uncover the truth of that dark day.
“January 6th marks the Feast of the Epiphany in the Catholic tradition. As we commemorate two years since the insurrection, let us pray that this day continues to serve as an epiphany for our nation: to heal the wounds that remain and to preserve American Democracy, what Lincoln called ‘the last best hope of earth.’”
(Federalist—circa 2022) The inspector general for the U.S. Capitol Police (USCP) has opened a formal investigation into whether the law enforcement agency tasked with securing the Capitol has been inappropriately surveilling elected members of Congress, their staff, and visitors to their offices, The Federalist has learned.
The opening of the investigation follows news reports and accusations from lawmakers that USCP has overstepped its bounds as it tries to recover from the January 6 riots that tarnished both the Capitol and the reputation of the law enforcement agency that was supposed to keep it safe.
Related - Pelosi’s Capitol Police are alleged to have illegally entered the office of Congressman Troy Nehls (R-TX), photographing confidential legislative products and grilling staff, according to reports. The police – now under formal investigation – stand accused of dressing up as construction workers and attempting another entry just two days later. Reports suggest Capitol Police have built intelligence dossiers on those illegally investigated.
OBSERVATION - Pelosi has converted the Capitol police into her how personal stazi. The incidents are egregious. Should the democrats lose the house in November, the incoming republicans should clean house an have heads roll (figuratively). This is another step taking govt agencies and targeting protected activity of citizens and their representatives.
In related, Representative Louie Gohmert has accused the DoJ of intercepting mail from his constituents and illegally holding it. In one case, mail was withheld from the Congressman for over four months. “It is gravely concerning that since Congressional mail is constitutionally protected under the Speech and Debate Clause of the Constitution, it could be routed, intentionally or not, through the highly partisan DOJ. This is felonious behavior.”
OVERALL OBSERVATIONS - These Capitol police and DOJ actions point to a more aggressive move by the biden/leftist govt against US citizens. If a CW2 scenario goes hot, the likelihood of active involvement by govt agencies skyrocket. It ceases to be a more culture conflict between Red and Blue, but Fed Govt vs Red citizens/states.
By Eric Tucker
Oct 13, 2022
Circa 2022——New Jan. 6 footage shows Pelosi, Dem leaders as crisis unfolded
video at web site—The Jan. 6 panel releases new video of Congressional leaders phoning officials for help during Capitol siege. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi at one point says the riots are acting “at the instigation of the president of the United States.”
WASHINGTON (AP) — As rioters stormed through the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi was sheltering in a secure location and trying to do what her job demands: take charge of a situation. “There has to be some way,” she told colleagues, “we can maintain the sense that people have that there is some security or some confidence that government can function and that you can elect the president of the United States.”
Then, an unidentified voice interjected with alarming news: Lawmakers on the House floor had begun putting on tear gas masks in preparation for a breach. Startled, Pelosi asked the woman to repeat what she said. “Do you believe this?” Pelosi said in disbelief to another Democratic leader, Rep. Jim Clyburn of South Carolina.
It was around 2:45 p.m. and the violent cacophony had already disrupted the planned certification of the 2020 presidential election results. It would be hours before the building was secure.
At one point, Pelosi said of President Donald Trump, “I’m gonna punch him out.”
Never-before-seen video footage played Thursday by the House Jan. 6 committee, and later on CNN, showed Pelosi and other leaders, including Republican allies of Trump, responding anxiously — and angrily — to the insurrection.
The recordings offer a rare glimpse into the real-time reactions of the most powerful members of Congress as they scrambled to drum up support from all parts of the government, including from agencies seemingly ill prepared for the chaos, and vented anger over a president whose conduct they felt had endangered their lives.
In the videos, Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer negotiate with governors and defense officials to try to get the National Guard to the Capitol as police were being brutally beaten outside the building. The deployment of the Guard was delayed for hours as Trump stood by and did little to stop the violence of his supporters.
The footage, recorded by Pelosi’s daughter, Alexandra, a documentary filmmaker, was shown during the committee’s 10th hearing as an illustration of the president’s inaction in the face of grave danger posed by the rioters to the lawmakers forced into hiding inside.
“As the president watched the bloody attack unfold on Fox News from his dining room, members of Congress and other government officials stepped into the gigantic leadership void created by the president’s chilling and steady passivity that day,” said Democratic Rep. Jamie Raskin of Maryland, a committee member.
The concerns were not theoretical. Around 3 p.m., as a Trump loyalist outside Pelosi’s office pointed her finger and shouted, “We’re coming in if you don’t bring her out,” the speaker was huddled somewhere else in a room with Schumer, who said, “I’m gonna call up the effin’ secretary of DoD.”
And so he did, telling acting Defense Secretary Chris Miller on speakerphone that there were senators still in hideaway spaces and imploring him to send in the Maryland National Guard. Pelosi chimed in that she was going to call the mayor of Washington, D.C., for help as well.
As the violence persisted outside — “Officer down, get him up,” a voice could be heard bellowing in one clip shown by the committee — the leaders kept making calls inside. One went to Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam about the possibility of help from the Virginia National Guard, with Pelosi narrating the events based on what she saw from television news footage.
An angrier call followed with Jeffrey Rosen, the then-acting attorney general. Days earlier, and unbeknownst at the time to Congress or to the public, Rosen and colleagues had fended off a slapdash attempt by Trump to replace him with a subordinate eager to challenge the election results.
On that day, though, Schumer and Pelosi sat shoulder-to-shoulder on the couch and laid bare their frustrations with the country’s top law enforcement official.
“They’re breaking the law in many different ways,” Pelosi said. “And quite frankly, much of it at the instigation of the president of the United States.”
Schumer weighed in too, shaking his head to the side for emphasis: “Yeah, why don’t you get the president to tell them to leave the Capitol, Mr. Attorney General, in your law enforcement responsibility? A public statement they should all leave.”
In a clip that aired later on CNN, Pelosi was told that the Secret Service had dissuaded Trump from going to the Capitol. “If he comes, I’m gonna punch him out,” Pelosi responded. “I’ve been waiting for this. For trespassing on the Capitol grounds, I’m gonna punch him out. And I’m gonna go to jail, and I’m gonna be happy.”
It wasn’t until the evening that the Capitol would be cleared and work would resume. The news that Congress would be able to reconvene to finish its work in certifying the election results was delivered to the congressional leaders not by Trump but by Vice President Mike Pence. After a very bad day, Schumer had two words: “Good news.”
Follow Eric Tucker at http://www.twitter.com/etuckerAP
A Quinn Martin, Larton, Barton, Harton, and Fargo Production.
(Apologies to Benny Hill)
Think Nancy’s bad? Wait till her nephew assumes control.
Two different groups of people talking to Mike "30 Pences of Silver" Pence - exact same audio.
Such an unbiased, unemotional tone in these AP mass national media press releases.
They may even accurately quote Schumer and Pelosi. And numerous other unnamed and hidden ominous sources- such as the “voice” heard to exclaim “Officer down”. When shots were ever fired by the J6 protesters, and NO violence ever occurred inside the Capitol Building. But every Pelosi quote is treated as Biblical Truth, even her quoting the Jan 6 Epiphany!
Nancy set the whole thing up..she had her daughter come to the rally with a video camera and crew, now why would she do that, because she knew what would be happening..and she had phone conversations with Epps days prior, the whole thing was staged
They are replaying the recording to Grassley.
Notice in the first Pelousy is paying attention to the call, but in the second she appears to be talking.
Of interest is then how much time elapsed between these recordings. If not more than a couple of minutes ... no foul ... but a longer delay and it looks suspicious.
The video shows Nancy holding a cell phone and there’s Pence’s voice saying he’s standing with the chief of police—Nancy and Chucky are masked and listening. (Naner was playing with her mask and so she most probably wasn’t wearing it prior to making their video).
Then you hear the same exact Pence voice but with THREE masked bandits (Naner, Chucky and Grassley) standing and listening.
They were obviously posing and setting up a scene for posterity and using a recording of Pence or Pence was also in on the staging and did two takes.
Photo-op garbage and obviously they weren’t frightened.
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