On Wednesday, Democrats House of Representatives asked for an immediate investigation into the “Suspicious behavior” and access said to be given to visitors to the US Capitol a day before the riots.
In the letter, 34 lawmakers have urged the police, Congress and the House of Representatives and Senate officers to investigate the matter, Representative Mikie Sherrill, DN.J., joined by others who said they had noticed many outside groups wrong. Usually in the complex on January 5.
“This is unusual for a number of reasons, including the fact that access to the Capitol Complex was restricted because the public tour ended in March last year due to an outbreak,”; the letter said, according to Politico, lawmakers said the tour. “Very involved” was reported to the security service.
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“The visitors whom some Congress members met in the letter appeared to be related to the next day’s White House rally,” lawmakers wrote. “Members of the group that attacked the Capitol appear to have unusually detailed knowledge of the form of the Capitol Complex. The presence of these groups within the Capitol Complex is truly questionable.”
Among the requests made in the letter include whether there are visitor diaries that are regularly reviewed and compiled. They also asked the security personnel to provide information about their names. The alleged “member or staff” was part of the tour.
Cherrill, a former US Navy helicopter pilot, said Congressmen had taken an apparent “reconnaissance” tour in City Hall the day before the riots.
During the approximately 13-minute video on Facebook, Sherrill mentioned her composition on the steps Congress will take to control President Trump and The “responsible person” accused of causing the riots.
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Members of Congress did not name any lawmakers or offer further details of what their actions were. What is the “reconnaissance” during the video?
Rep. Tim Ryan, D-Ohio, told reporters at the Capitol that he had heard of a few colleagues who might be giving tours. But said he would wait to be sure “We have been confirmed”
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Cherrill told Fox News on Wednesday: “We are requesting an investigation with some agencies right now” without elaborating.