Thirty Democratic members of Congress came forth in an effort organized by Representative Mikie Sherrill on Wednesday requesting the United States Capitol Police open an investigation into why a suspicious group that toured the capitol just one day before the violent insurrection was allowed access.
“Many of the Members who signed this letter, including those of us who have served in the military and are trained to recognize suspicious activity, as well as various members of our staff, witnessed an extremely high number of outside groups in the complex on Tuesday, January 5,” the letter addressed to U.S. Capitol Police heads states. “This is unusual for several reasons, including the fact that access to the Capitol Complex has been restricted since public tours ended in March of last year due to the pandemic.”
The letter goes on to state that those who visited the day before were also involved with the insurrection.
“That group left the White House and marched to the Capitol with the objective of preventing Congress from certifying our election,” the letter reads. “Members of the group that attacked the Capitol seemed to have an unusually detailed knowledge of the layout of the Capitol Complex.”
The existence of the group dovetails with information put out by former Lieutenant General Thomas McInerney in which the former LTG claims Nancy Pelosi is “terrified” because “special forces” have the data from her missing laptop.
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