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Trump WH ‘complicit in planning’ from Capitol Riot

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  • retired و. Gene lieutenant. Russell Honore told MSNBC that the White House was “complicit in planning” the Capitol riots.
  • Honoré also noted that the Trump White House was behind the federal response that day.
  • He conducted a review of Capitol security following the attack.

Retired Lieutenant. gene. Russell Honore, who was tasked by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi with conducting a Capitol security review following Jan. 6, said Tuesday that President Donald Trump’s White House was “complicit” in orchestrating the insurgency.

“It is my personal view that the Executive was complicit in the planning and delayed response that occurred in bringing more federal assistance to the Capitol that day,” Honoré said during an appearance on MSNBC, stressing that this conclusion was not reached as a result. The security review he led.

“That’s my own perception, based on what I’ve seen and heard, and the fact that the previous president keeps telling people, ‘This wasn’t a riot, he didn’t unkind any harm, it was like a picnic,’” Honoré added. “The final I heard from him, he told people to go to the Capitol and hoist hell.”

During an occasional speech near the White House shortly prior the deadly violence began at the Capitol, Trump told his supporters of lies about the 2020 election and called on them to “fight like hell.”

Trump was impeached for provoking the rebellion, but was acquitted in the Senate with the aid of his Republican allies — including GOP lawmakers who have said he bears responsibility for the deadly riots.

There are begin questions about why law enforcement was not prepared for that day, given advance warnings, and what caused the delay in the federal response. An intelligence assessment of the police at the Capitol three days prior the uprising raised the alarm about the possibility of violence by Trump supporters on January 6. Police Inspector General.

Federal investigators persevere to look into the mutiny, and the House of Representatives has opened an investigation into the origins of the riots as well as the security failures surrounding them.

In the weeks leading up to the Capitol attack, Trump engaged in an unprecedented effort to nullify the results of the 2020 election. As Trump publishes baseless allegations of mass voter fraud, the president and his allies have filed dozens of legal challenges against the results — all of which have failed.

Trump repeatedly urged his supporters to attend a “Stop Theft” rally in Washington, D.C., on January 6 — when lawmakers gathered in Congress to certify President Joe Biden’s Electoral College triumph. “Big Protest in DC on January 6th. Be there, it’s going to be uncivilized!” Trump wrote on Twitter on December 19.

During his speech, Trump prompted his supporters to march to the Capitol. “You will never take back our country with weakness,” Trump said at the time. “You have to show strength, you have to be powerful.” “We fight like hell, and if you don’t fight like hell you don’t have a country anymore.”

What happened next was among the most shocking events in United States history, and the most significant or widespread breach of the United States Capitol since the War of 1812.

With the bloody violence still going on, Trump actually sat vigil. It took hours for his supporters to burst up, posting a video repeating falsehoods about the elections that fueled the riots, and calling the insurrection “very exceptional.”

In testimony prior the House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6 Rebellion, four police officers who experienced brutal violence that day denounced Trump and his Republican defenders. One officer described the rebels as “terrorists”, while another condemned the attack on the Capitol as an “attempted coup.”


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