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Trump Exposes Pelosi’s Darkest Secret


The media is refusing to admit this dark truth about Pelosi.

In his recent network interview following his term in office, former President Donald Trump asserted that former Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi bears responsibility for the events of January 6th.

According to Trump, “Nancy Pelosi was in charge of security. She declined a request for 10,000 soldiers. If she had not rejected that request, January 6th would not have occurred.” This statement came during a sit-down interview with NBC’s “Meet the Press” host Kristen Welker, conducted at Trump’s golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey.

According to Fox, when questioned about whether he personally contacted military or law enforcement on that day, Trump opted not to respond directly, stating, “I conducted myself in a commendable manner, and I did my job effectively. Nancy Pelosi declined the deployment of 10,000 soldiers…” At this point, Welker interjected, asserting that Pelosi did not possess the authority he held as commander in chief.

In response, Trump argued, “I understand that the Capitol police, including their chief, strongly criticized her. They testified against her and claim that she destroyed all the evidence. She had control over the Capitol, and she refused the National Guard presence, despite my request made three days in advance.”

Welker challenged Trump’s assertion, stating, “She maintains that your request was never officially made.”

Trump countered, saying, “The Mayor of D.C. provided us with a letter confirming her refusal. We have it in writing. Nancy Pelosi was also asked, and she declined. The Capitol police commissioner…” Before he could continue, Welker interrupted him, to which he replied, “Wait a minute,” and continued, “The Capitol police commissioner stated that he wanted the National Guard, but Nancy Pelosi rejected it. She bears responsibility for January 6th.”


Trump further criticized the Jan. 6 Committee, claiming they had declined to interview Pelosi. In response to the interview, a representative for Pelosi told Fox News Digital that the former president’s allegations were baseless and that multiple independent fact-checkers had debunked them. The spokesperson emphasized that Pelosi did not plan her own assassination.

The decision to deploy National Guard troops to the Capitol is the responsibility of the Capitol Police Board, consisting of the House sergeant at arms, the Senate sergeant at arms, and the architect of the Capitol. The board decided against calling the Guard before January 6th but eventually requested assistance after the violence had erupted, with troops arriving several hours later, according to the Associated Press.

The House sergeant at arms reported to Pelosi, while the Senate sergeant at arms reported to then-Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, a Republican. Conflicting accounts have arisen from the board officials and former Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund regarding who requested the Guard and when. Both sergeants at arms and the police chief resigned immediately following the attack. Notably, the Jan. 6 House Committee did not issue a subpoena to Pelosi.

Sund asserted in an interview with the Washington Post that he made six requests for assistance both before and during the Capitol attack, each of which was either denied or delayed. He claimed that House Sergeant-at-Arms Paul Irving was concerned about the optics of declaring an emergency before the demonstrations and rejected the presence of the National Guard.

When asked by Welker if he believed he had demonstrated leadership on that day, Trump answered affirmatively, stating, “Yes, absolutely, I did.”

Trump also maintained that he had the authority as commander in chief to pardon himself before leaving office to avoid what he referred to as “fake charges” and “Biden indictments.” However, he emphasized that he chose not to do so, saying, “That’s the last thing I would have done. They want to arrest their political opponents. Only third-world countries do that, banana republics. I had the option, but you know what I said? ‘I have no interest.'”