Senate Homeland Security Committee to grill law enforcement officials on Tuesday.
The US government is seeking answers regarding the security preparedness of the Capitol Hill attack on January 6 and Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wiske said “Sunday Morning Futures” is the possibility that officers were caught off guard.
Johnson is a member and former chairman of the Senate Homeland Security Committee, scheduled to hear testimony on former US Capitol Police Chief Steven Sundar, former Senate Sergeant in Arms Michael and former House Sergeant in Arms Paul Irving, as well as the Metropolitan. Robert Contey, Chief Executive Officer of the Police Department.
“There was really no suspected harmful activity,” Johnson said. “People were really caught by surprise. It wasn’t predictable. It wasn’t noticeable because the House managers continue to talk about it. I just don’t believe it was.”
Although the senator suspects that the attacks came as a surprise, he mentioned that there have been conflicting reports on what the FBI has found – a branch allegedly receiving “pre-emptive warnings”.
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Johnson said he sent a letter to former and active allies of arms in the House and Senate on January 21, but has not yet received a response.
“Right now, we are going to the hearing that we read in the newspaper,” he said. “We don’t have the basis of the information that I would like to do before going to the hearing … I hope we start getting some information from people who were actually there and we have a complete account of what really happened – Get a joke. ” “
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The senator said he hoped the hearing would be held in view of the lack of primary information.
Johnson also denied the claim that the Capitol siege was an armed insurgency and confirmed that the GOP condemned any and all violent behavior in that manner.
He It argued that there was no reason to physically barricade and heavily protect the Capitol, and blamed Democrats for carrying on the story of fear.
“This is actually to create a narrative that 74 million Americans support and vote for President Trump, who suspects domestic terrorists or potential armed rebels need to defend against capital,” he said. “I don’t think anything could be further from the truth.”