National Guard to Testify Pentagon Held Them Back on J6


At least three DC National Guard whistleblowers say they were ready to be deployed on January 6 on Trump’s orders for hours but were held back by the Pentagon in bombshell testimony contradicting the Capitol riot committee’s story.

Whistleblowers from the Washington D.C. National Guard will tell Congress that Donald Trump did want them deployed during the Capitol riot, and the Army delayed telling them to mobilize in a bombshell hearing next week. can exclusively reveal that at least three officers will appear Wednesday before a House subcommittee to claim their stories, which the Democrat-led January 6 committee also ignored because it didn’t fit their narrative.

The hearing will aim to prove further that Acting Defense Secretary at the time, Christopher Miller, did give advance approval of D.C. National Guard deployment at the direction of then-President Donald Trump.

The whistleblowers will reportedly testify that then-Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy delayed by at least two hours providing official notice to D.C. National Guard Commander William Walker to deploy troops to the Capitol.