Whistleblowers from the D.C. National Guard will testify before Congress next week in ‘bombshell’ testimony that Donald Trump pre-authorized the service members to be deployed during the Capitol riots, but the Army delayed ordering them to mobilize.

At least three service members will testify before a House subcommittee on Wednesday and give accounts that will essentially exonerate the former president on his January 6 response.

The whistleblowers will reveal their accounts were disregarded by the Democrat-led J6 committee because they were devastating to the left’s argument that Donald Trump was complicit in an “insurrection.”

The witnesses contend that the main purpose of the January 6 panel was to place the responsibility for the events of that day on Trump, rather than investigate the root of the communication breakdown and strengthen military readiness for future emergencies.

The Congressional hearing’s stated purpose is to substantiate the claims made by Christopher Miller, the Acting Defense Secretary at the time, that Donald Trump had pre-authorized the deployment of the D.C. National Guard. The hearing is headlined “Three Years Later: D.C. National Guard Whistleblowers Speak Out on January 6 Delay.”

According to a source familiar with the investigation being led by the House Oversight subcommittee, the whistleblowers will testify that then-Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy delayed giving official notice to D.C. National Guard Commander William Walker to deploy troops to the Capitol by over two hours.

The National Guard service members will describe how they spent hours on buses in full tactical gear while awaiting orders from the Army. These troops were with General Walker on the day of the Capitol riot.

McCarthy has claimed under oath that he issued the order for the D.C. National Guard to be deployed on time. However, Walker’s troops argue that they learned of the mobilization at a press conference, which caused a three-hour and 19-minute delay in the arrival of personnel at the Capitol.

There are many who speculate that McCarthy was competing with Joe Biden for a position in his administration and was uncomfortable with the way it would appear that the Army, which was under his leadership, was attempting to obstruct or impede the certification of the 2020 presidential election results.

However, there was already disruption to the certification process due to constitutionally protected challenges to slates of electors made by sitting Congress members and Senator Ted Cruz.

The Capitol riots and RNC/DNC pipe bomb threats did not disrupt Joe Biden’s election certification, they disrupted the election challenges. The 2020 election certification was already being delayed when the riots broke out and RNC/DNC pipe bomb threats were reported. (See: Timeline of January 6 events.)

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It never made sense that sitting President Donald Trump would conspire to disrupt election challenges, the only legal and constitutional means of retaining office. Nor would a sitting president have sent an unarmed rabble of disparate civilians to orchestrate a “coup.” Nor does it make sense that he would pre-authorize more security for Congress than was actually present on January 6.

When National Guard whistleblowers testify this week that Donald Trump pre-authorized the National Guard to protect the convening of the Electoral College in Congress but the Sec. of the Army delayed mobilizing them, that will be yet another nail in the coffin of the J6 “insurrection” narrative.


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