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Jim Jordan: Pelosi 'Afraid' {{to getting} Truth About January 6|about January 6 {to getting} Truth}

Thursday, Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) argued {Home} Speaker Nancy Pelosi (R-OH) was “afraid” {to getting} to {underneath} of the January 6, 2021 Capitol riots, {noting she {has been|had been} excluding communication between herself and the sergeant-at-{hands} in the January 6 committee’s investigation.|in the January 6 committee’s investigation noting she {has been|had been} excluding communication between herself and the sergeant-at-arms.}

He also pointed to him and Rep. Jim Banks (R-IN) having their appointments to the committee rejected by Pelosi.

“{I believe} that’s why we were kicked off because we got – Jim and I were raising that question, {{and} we {discovered} that,|and we {discovered} that then,} {you understand}, she wasn’t {likely to} {why don’t we} serve on the committee,” he said. “{First-time} in American history, frankly, Sean, {{first-time} {it has} ever happened.|{first-time} this has happened.} And {I believe} she’s afraid {to getting} to the truth. {Exactly why is it} the sergeant of arms – sergeant-at-arms office {won’t} – Nancy Pelosi {won’t} let them release the communications and documents that surround this whole decision? {How come} that? {They won’t release {the info}.|They won’t release the given information.}”

“So, yeah, we got conflicting testimony {between your} Capitol Hill police who said – {the authorities} chief said he requested the National Guard be there on January 6,” Jordan continued. “Sergeant-at-arms says, no, you didn’t – conflicting testimony. So, one guy says we asked {for this}. {One guy says we {achieved it}.|One guy says {it had been} done by us.} The guy who didn’t {may be the} one who answers {right to} the speaker’s office, and she – that office {won’t} release the communications {between your} speaker’s office and the sergeant-at-arms {along with other} communications the sergeant-at-arms have.”

“So {we realize} that’s {the key reason why} Jim and I weren’t {permitted to} be on the committee,” he added. “We asked that question.”

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