STARNES: Who Gave Orders Not to Fortify U.S. Capitol Building?

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Hello Americans, I’m Todd Starnes. Stand by for news and commentary next.

For two days in May of 2020 hundreds of rioters stormed the White House. A guard shack was set on fire. Rocks, bottles, and fireworks were hurled at police guarding the home of the president. 

More than 60 Secret Service agents were injured that day — some seriously. But the would-be insurrectionists did not breach the White House gates. The People’s House was not pillaged or plundered. 

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That’s because unlike the U.S. Capitol, the White House was heavily fortified that day. 

So let’s be clear – the U.S. Capitol was ALLOWED to be breached on January 6. Capitol Police officers were told to stand down. Video shows officers moving aside barricades and allowing people to access the building unobstructed. 

Why did Congress ignore President Trump’s suggestion on January 5th to call up 10,000 National Guard troops? 

So who gave the order not to fortify the Capitol building? Who gave the orders for Capitol Police to stand down? 

Those are questions that deserve answers.

I’m Todd Starnes.