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Pelosi’s Capitol Cops Tried to Sneak Into GOP Congressman’s Office Dressed as Construction Workers, Illegally Took Photos of Legislative Documents.

Rep. Troy Nehls from Texas has detailed the extraordinary abuse of policing powers to spy on his Congressional office.

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Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s Capitol Police are alleged to have illegally entered the office of Congressman Troy Nehls (R-TX), photographing confidential legislative products and grilling staff, according to reports. The police – now under formal investigation – stand accused of dressing up as construction workers and attempting another entry just two days later.

The stunning, Watergate-style scandal comes after almost a year of warnings that Speaker Pelosi and Democrats in Congress were politicizing the Capitol Police, using them as a Stasi-style enforcement unit against GOP opponents. Reports suggest Capitol Police have built intelligence dossiers on those illegally investigated.

The documents photographed, says Nehls, are “protected by the Speech and Debate clause enshrined in the Constitution, Article 1 Section 6”.

Nehls took to Twitter to explain the multiple incidents:

In the aftermath of January 6th, a Joe Biden donor – Yogananda Pittman – was appointed the acting chief of the Capitol Police. She now serves as the Assistant Chief for Protective and Intelligence Operations. Pittman is responsible for “operations concerning the safety and security of the U.S. Capitol, Members of Congress, staff and visitors to include threat detection and prevention as well as the physical security systems throughout the Capitol Complex.”

Capitol Police Chief J. Thomas Manger confirmed the Inspector General has now opened an investigation after receiving multiple congressional inquiries into the Capitol Police tactics, such as those reported by Politico. Capitol Police intelligence analysts have also raised concerns to the inspector general over the departments practice.

Such tactics include a deep examination of the social media feeds of individuals who have not been suspected of any criminal activity. The practice commenced in the fall of 2020 when former Department of Homeland Security official Julie Farnam was brought on to assist in running the intelligence unit.

The news follows the clearing of Lieutenant Michael Byrd for the assassination of veteran Ashli Babbitt inside the Capitol on January 6th, as well as the collapse of the narrative that Rosanne Boyland, a woman in her 30s, was killed by fellow protestors. Increasingly, it appears Capitol Police thrashed Boyland to death.


Raheem J. Kassam

Raheem Kassam is the Editor-in-Chief of the National Pulse, and former senior advisor to Brexit leader Nigel Farage. Kassam is the best-selling author of 'No Go Zones' and 'Enoch Was Right', as well as a co-founder of the War Room podcast, a Lincoln Fellow at the Claremont Institute, and a fellow at the Bow Group think tank in London. Kassam is an academic advisory board member at the Institut des Sciences Sociales, Economiques et Politiques in Lyon, France.

Kay Smythe

Kay Smythe is a writer and researcher specializing in social capital. Her work has been published internationally for more than half her life. She currently resides in the USA.