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Nancy Pelosi BETRAYS Secret Service – Says the Unthinkable!

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Nancy Pelosi Suggests Secret Service Can’t Be Trusted

Nancy Pelosi, the speaker of the House and a Democrat from California, has been very vocal about what happened on January 6, 2021. She has led the charge to hold former President Donald Trump accountable and is particularly outspoken about the involvement she thinks he had in the events of that specific day. She is now criticizing the Secret Service for allegedly making blunders on the same day.

An interview between the speaker and host Andrea Mitchell was broadcast on MSNBC on Tuesday, October 18. Pelosi spoke to the public about a conversation she had on January 6 with Mike Pence, who was then the vice president. She recalled being unsure whether Secret Service agents could be relied upon to safely take Pence out from the Capitol complex at the moment.

As its agents were responsible for protecting lawmakers, officials, and aides on January 6, the Secret Service has played a crucial role in the work of the House Select Committee looking into the events of that day. They are also accused of destroying records of what transpired throughout the incidents.

The only two Republicans on the select committee, Reps. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) and Liz Cheney (R-WY) want Secret Service agents to testify. In an interview with CNN’s Wolf Blitzer on Monday, October 17, Kinzinger conjectured that the Secret Service’s shortcomings might be attributed to “pure ineptitude,” “criminal behavior,” or political affiliation.

Are Nancy Pelosi’s remarks regarding the Secret Service accurate, in your opinion? Should the agency be held responsible for how it performed on January 6?
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