DOJ Claimed Kamala Harris and VP Pence Were in the Capitol on Jan 6 During the So-Called Riots – It Turns Out that Likely Neither Was the Case

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In its cases against Trump supporters who were in or near the Capitol protesting the 2020 Election on Jan 6, the DOJ makes claims as to who was at risk during this time. The DOJ claimed both future VP Harris and then-current VP Pence were in the Capitol at that time. It turns out both might be false.

In their false charges against Trump supporters targeted by the DOJ for their actions on Jan 6, the DOJ makes numerous claims. One claim pertinent to the DOJ’s case is that Biden’s VP Kamala Harris and Trump’s VP Pence were located at the Capitol at that time. But is either true?

A mother of one of the attendees of the event who was charged by the DOJ with a felony laid out a number of issues with the government’s case.

One item noted in the above article is that neither Harris or Pence were at the Capitol during a critical time period.

7. Unjust Felony Charge (1512 a to c)

More than 100 defendants have been given the 1512 felony charge that could potentially lend them in jail for many years as the maximum sentence is up to 20 years of jail time. However, this charge is inaccurate, as no Congressional Session was being held but it appears now that neither of the two Primary members, Kamala and Pence, were actually at the Capitol. They had been evacuated from the grounds due to the pipe bomb discorvered at the DNC and RNC. Harris was at the DNC and Pence left around 1:40, so neither were present. It is to be noted that this charge was leveled originally against Enron employees who destroyed evidence as hearings were occurring in DC.

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