The two Senate committees are scheduled to meet in the first public congressional investigation on Tuesday, 6 January. 6 Capital security failures allowed a pro-Trump mob to blow up the building as lawmakers were certifying presidential election results in a joint election.

The Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee (HSCAC) and the Rules and Administration Committee will convene at 10 a.m. as they seek information about the “preparedness and response efforts” of the attack.

Robert Conte, the head of the Metropolitan Police Department, who was invited to the hearing, and three former top security officers at the Capitol have resigned. They are former Senate Sergeant and Doctor Michael Stenger in the Arms, former House Sergeant in the Arms Paul Irving, and former US Capitol Police (USCP) Chief Steven Sundar.

“It was an attack on our democracy and should never happen again,” Sen. Gary Peters, D-Mix., Tweeted last week when the hearing was announced. “As @HSGAC President, I plan to get to the bottom of it.”

Supporters of former President Donald Trump climb the west wall of the US Capitol on Wednesday, January 6, 2021 in Washington.  (AP Photo / Jose Luis Magana)

Supporters of former President Donald Trump climb the west wall of the US Capitol on Wednesday, January 6, 2021 in Washington. (AP Photo / Jose Luis Magana)

The National Security Secretaries asked the National Security Secretaries to last until mid-March, but in the context of long-term security

Also, the hearing will be led by HSCAG ranking member Sen. Rob Portman. R—Ohio, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Min., And Rules and Administration Ranking Member, Sen. Roy Blunt, Chairman of the Rules and Administration Committee R-OM

In the immediate aftermath of the Capitol attack in January, Peters, Portman, Klobuchar and Blunt announced they would hold a hearing and lead an investigation into the Senate as to what had happened.

“We should be clear: the attack on the Capitol Building is an attack on every American,” he said. “We plan to monitor these catastrophic events and hold bipartisan hearings, and work together to ensure that this never happens again.”

Those four senators also led a bipartisan push earlier this month to get information from 22 different federal agencies.

“The attack on the Capitol, one of the great symbols of American democracy on January 6, 2021, will forever be a blot on our nation’s history. The attackers failed to disrupt the work of Congress, for the heroic acts of many The big part was. Officers and Congress employees, “he said at the time. “Nevertheless, security failures have endangered not only the Vice President and Congress, but also the peaceful, democratic transfer of power. The American people deserve to keep a full account of those failures.”

This file photo, from Wednesday January 6, 2021, shows Trump supporters flocking the Capitol, as Congress confirms the victory of then-President Joe Biden.  (AP photo / John Minchillo, file)

This file photo, from Wednesday January 6, 2021, shows Trump supporters flocking the Capitol, as Congress confirms the victory of then-President Joe Biden. (AP photo / John Minchillo, file)

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In the House, Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-California, has commissioned retired Army Lieutenant General Russell Honoree to lead the investigation. Honorée is known for the role she played in reaction to Hurricane Katrina, but some of her provocative, biased past comments have come to light in recent weeks. But Pelosi’s office defended Honore, saying his “name is synonymous with honesty and professionalism.”

Pelosi said in a letter to fellow House Democrats last week that the review of Honoré, which began in mid-January, has so far revealed that “making a supplementary appropriation to protect us members and protect the Capitol needed.” Negotiations are currently underway about the 9/11-style commission to study the attack.

Potential topics at Monday’s Senate hearing were what warnings of the enforcement of the attack that preceded the attack; Why security was so thin in the Capitol; And was there a delay in getting reinforcements to help.

Washington Post Last month reported that the FBI shared information with DC law enforcement agencies that some extremists were getting ready for a “war” on January 6 and were planning to commit violence. Nevertheless, there was not enough preparation.

Sundar said the USCP was prepared for “First Amendment activities” rather than “violent attacks”.

This Wednesday, January 6, 2021, file photo, violent protesters, loyal to President Donald Trump, storm the Capitol in Washington.  A teenager from Massachusetts publicly called his relatives during last week's riots in Washington DC after identifying them as potential rioters.  (AP photo / John Minchillo, file)

This Wednesday, January 6, 2021, file photo, violent protesters, loyal to President Donald Trump, storm the Capitol in Washington. A teenager from Massachusetts publicly called his relatives during last week’s riots in Washington DC after identifying them as potential rioters. (AP photo / John Minchillo, file)

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Meanwhile de associated Press Reported that a preliminary offer from the Department of Justice for FBI assistance was initially rejected last month, as the attack was taking place.

What kind of protection the capital needs to go forward can also be a matter. Currently, National Guard soldiers still exist on the fences around the Capitol Ground and campus.

It is also possible that Trump’s actions for the attack, which led to the attack, are discussed on several charges. But it is likely that local officials, along with a panel of witnesses, are most directly responsible for the safety of the Capitol grounds, with more attention given to what warnings were there, why they were not heeded and how the building was The future can be hardened.

Following the attack, a rally was organized the same day by former President Donald Trump in which he encouraged his supporters to oppose Biden’s Electronic College certification. The rally saw former presidents and their allies use pitch rhetoric – including Trump adviser Rudy Giuliani, who instigated large crowds for a “trial by trial”.

Trump had asked his followers to protest “peacefully and patriotically” during that speech, but critics have said that an off-hand comment does not transcend the balance of his rhetoric in the long Jan. 6 speech or the preceding weeks, In which he said the rally would be “wild”.

Former US President Donald Trump talks to supporters of The Ellipus near the White House on January 6, 2021 in Washington, DC.  - Thousands of Trump supporters, filled with their scathing claims of voter fraud, protested the certification of Joe Biden's White House victory by the US Congress, flooding the nation's capital.  (Photo by Brendan Smilowski / AFP) (Photo via Gate Image by Breton SMIALOWSKI / AFP)

Former US President Donald Trump talks to supporters of The Ellipus near the White House on January 6, 2021 in Washington, DC. – Thousands of Trump supporters, filled with their scathing claims of voter fraud, protested the certification of Joe Biden’s White House victory by the US Congress, flooding the nation’s capital. (Photo by Brendan Smilowski / AFP) (Photo via Gate Image by Breton SMIALOWSKI / AFP)
((Photo by Brendan Smilowski / AFP) (Photo via Breton SMIALOWSKI / AFP Getty Image)

The riot had been around the Capitol for most of the day on January 6, but they eventually disbanded the building as their numbers soared nearly an hour after Trump’s speech ended.

Trump was impeached by the House of Representatives for allegedly inciting a revolt by the Senate that later failed to convict him. Mitch McConnell, Senate Minority Leader R-K. Said, his vote to acquit Trump was not because the former president was not responsible, but because the Senate did not have jurisdiction over the former president.

“On January 6 there was an outrage,” McConnell said on the Senate floor. “Fellow Americans beat our own police and bleed. They stormed the floor of the Senate. They tried to hunt the Speaker of the House. They made a noose and told of the Vice President’s assassination.”

He Added: “He did this because he was fed a wild lie by the most powerful man on earth – because he was angry that he had lost an election … and that he believed the false statements to be a growing crime One result was conspiracy theories and reckless exaggeration that shouted the defeated president into the largest megaphone on planet Earth. “