Which Cabinet Members and Legislators Aided and Abetted January 6?

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi announced plans to create a 9/11-style commission whose goals would be to investigate all aspects of the Insurrection former President Donald Trump incited with impunity. As much as we know about what happened, due mostly to the Senate trial, there is still much we don’t know. Especially the identities of who funded, organized, and helped the insurrectionists. This was too big of a job not to have insiders lend a hand to completion. Therefore, answering the question which cabinet members and legislators aided and abetted January 6, or played a key role in assisting the White Supremacist terrorists storm the Capitol, is too imperative not to answer.

For those who wonder what consequences might be in store for the insurrectionists and their backers, I say the spirit of Reconstruction is dead and buried as today’s Republican Party, mostly populated by Confederates and White Supremacists in disguise, attempt to seek the proverbial “let’s move on” trick, which worked so well for them in 1865. Not this time around with the announcement of the Insurrection Commission.

Had the GOP been in control of the House, Kevin McCarthy would have buried the truth under the rubble of the insurrection to give the White Supremacists another shot in the future.

The American people have the right to know what role the three traitors Reps. Andy Biggs (Ariz.), Mo Brooks (Ala.) and Paul A. Gosar (Ariz.) played in fomenting the riot


Ali Alexander, one of the organizer of January 6, told his supporters that he is working closely with three Congressmen to storm the Capitol. The Washington Post wrote:

Weeks before a mob of President Trump’s supporters stormed the U.S. Capitol, right-wing activist Ali Alexander told his followers he was planning something big for Jan. 6. Alexander, who organized the “Stop the Steal” movement, said he hatched the plan — coinciding with Congress’s vote to certify the electoral college votes — alongside three GOP lawmakers: Reps. Andy Biggs (Ariz.), Mo Brooks (Ala.) and Paul A. Gosar (Ariz.), all hard-line Trump supporters.Teo Armus - January 13, 2021

We already have a partial answer based on Rep. Mo Brooks speech on January 6 in which he refers to the blood that his ancestor Confederates spilled. See for yourself.

The American people have the right to know what role those three traitors played in fomenting the riot. Because they have been keeping themselves out of the limelight since January 6, something tells me the story is far more sinister than what we think. Let us wait for the investigation.

Once named, give those Representatives the opportunity to resign voluntarily first. Should they resist, humiliate them by publicly and openly put them on trial for their roles. Then lock them all in jail. Failures to actually lock people this time around would have seismic ripple impact among the Confederates still waging their civil war on the Union. Let history and the American people judge them for the cowards that they are. Let us make sure they never repeat again if the consequences are too costly, which is unlike what a healing Union tried to do in 1865.


Because the Pentagon never deployed the National Guard, in a timely manner, even though intelligence indicated their urgent need to defend the Capitol, should put former Secretary of Defense, and a close Trump ally, under the microscope.

Not only did he fail to deploy them a day earlier, but he failed to deploy them even though the insurrectionists have breached the Capitol. It took three hours before Miller ordered the guardsmen to protect our symbol of democracy even though scores of Representatives, fearful for their lives, kept calling the Pentagon for help.

What did Miller know or do before, on, and after January 6 is hard to miss in any serious investigation. We must look at his actions and communications, especially those with Donald Trump.

Honestly, and based on a long history of deceptions, we should never trust police to investigate itself.


There are those whose names, in the Capitol Police force, will surface due to their incompetence in carrying out their duties; then some names may surface because they were complicit in acting against country. Either way, those investigating the events, timeline, and the Capitol Police failures that led to the insurrection must stand above any bipartisanship, and must be highly respected members of their communities. As rare as this may sound.

There is a big difference between incompetence and complicity.

As of February 18, we know that six Capitol Police members have been suspended, and some 29 are under investigation. Grant you, this is really a minuscule number when you consider the Capitol Police force to exceed 2,300 active members. However, this internal investigation that the USCP is conducting without oversight is significantly flawed to fully understand what roles some of their members played in the insurrection. For that, we need the independent-minded Insurrection Commission to investigate the events prior, during, and after January 6.

Honestly, and based on a long history of deceptions, we should never trust police to investigate itself. And I believe the majority of Americans agree with me on that score.

Which Cabinet Members and Legislators Aided and Abetted January 6?

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