A Little-Noticed Part of Pelosi Daughter’s Video Raises Serious Questions of J6 Collusion

A Little-Noticed Part of Pelosi Daughter’s Video Raises Serious Questions of J6 Collusion

On January 6th, 2021, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi had her daughter, Alexandra, a documentary filmmaker, accompany her around the United States Capitol with a camera while the day’s events transpired.

Alexandra’s film was given to CNN, which gladly aired the cherry-picked footage in October 2021, which conveniently reinforced the Democratic Speaker’s narrative that the J6 riots were an “insurrection.”

Speaker Pelosi is briefed by staff in the clip. She watches Trump supporters walking toward the Capitol from her office windows says she “hoped” Trump would come to the Capitol.

Pelosi then exclaims, “I’m gonna punch him out” – threatening physically harm against the President of the United States.

But it was a little-noticed aspect of the video that is now raising serious questions about the former Speaker’s coordination and knowledge aforehand about the January 6 riots.

In the video, Speaker Nancy Pelosi is seen talking to Secret Service agents about President Donald Trump.

“The Secret Service said they have dissuaded him from coming to Capitol Hill,” Alexandra Pelosi said. “They told him, they don’t have the resources to protect him here.”

“So, at the moment, he is not coming, but that could change,” she added.

“I hope he comes, I want to punch him out,” Nancy Pelosi remarks.

“I’ve been waiting for this, for trespassing on the Capitol grounds,” she went on. “I’m going to punch him out and I’m going to go to jail and I’m going to be happy.”

There are some very important things to point out about this particular exchange. First of all, Pelosi’s officer and staff were coordinating with the Secret Service during the J6 riots.

Why does this matter? Because the texts and call transcripts of Secret Service agents on January 6 have now gone “missing.”

As reported by the New York Intelligencer in July 2022:

A raft of Secret Service text messages sent on January 5 and January 6, 2021, have been deleted, according to a letter from the inspector general for the Department of Homeland Security.

In the letter, which the Intercept reported was originally sent to the House and Senate Homeland Security Committee and then given to the January 6 Committee, investigators claim the messages were deleted soon after officials asked for them, lending the episode an air of nefariousness.

The second aspect of the video that is concerning is the remark that Pelosi had been “waiting for this.” She then refers to “trespassing on the Capitol grounds.”

These remarks add fuel to the fire about the belief that January 6 was an entrapment plot for Trump supporters, similar to the entrapment plot hatched against the Whitmer kidnappers.

As mentioned by Julie Kelly on X:

“So Pelosi’s chief of staff was in communication with Secret Service—who told her (before they told Trump apparently) they would not be taking him to the Capitol as he planned,” Kelly noted. “Secret Service texts belonging to 30 or so agents/officials were purged by Biden DHS in late Jan 2021.”

The resurfacing of Pelosi’s criminal trespassing remark comes amid a press announcement made by U.S. attorney Matthew Graves on the third anniversary of January 6.

“An important note, when it comes to our prosecutions about those who remained outside the building, we have used our prosecutorial discretion to primarily focus on those who entered the building are those who engaged in violent or corrupt conduct on capital grounds,” he said.

“But if a person knowingly entered the restricted area without authorization, they had already committed a federal crime,” he added. “Make no mistake, thousands of people occupied in the area that they were not authorized to be present in the first place.”

The interesting thing about these comments, in addition to their un-American nature, is that the Capitol Police and undercover officers have been caught on video removing barriers and letting protesters onto the Capitol grounds.

Therefore, these police officers were arguably aiding and abetting a crime.

Additionally, Nancy Pelosi, contrary to the media narrative, is implicated in the security failure on January 6. As the Speaker of the House with oversight of the Capitol Police, as well as the House Sergeant at Arms, she had pre-clearance to request National Guard troops.

Instead, according to later-fired Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund, his repeated requests for more security, including National Guard troops, made to Speaker Pelosi went unheeded.

It is almost as if Speaker Nancy Pelosi had been “waiting for this.”

It should also be noted that her daughter, Alexandra Pelosi, was later shown on video questioning whether January 6 was actually an “insurrection.”

Nancy Pelosi, nonetheless, would block an impartial investigation into January 6, instead allowing the formation of a J6 committee that would destroy evidence and refuse to allow the Speaker to come under scrutiny for her actions on January 6.