In late January, Fox News host Tucker Carlson broke the news that Capitol Police have been spying on members of Congress -- a stunning revelation which came after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced last year that she was essentially politicizing the agency by setting up offices outside the capital and throughout the country, ostensibly to 'gather intelligence' so as to prevent another Jan. 6 'insurrection' (which was nothing more than a false flag, by the way).
Capitol Hill Police are spying on elected members of Congress, their staff, and private citizens. pic.twitter.com/vo6p5CL27A
— Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) January 26, 2022
In another document reviewed by POLITICO, one Capitol Police official noted that [Julie Farnam, head of USCP's intelligence division] directed analysts to run “background checks” on people whom lawmakers planned to meet, including donors and associates. When staff were listed as attending these meetings, Capitol Police intelligence analysts also got asked to check the social media accounts of the staffers.
Analysts were also directed to probe the ownership of buildings where members of Congress held their meetings.
“Is there a foreign interest or ownership in the event location?” the revised template read. “Are there any permanent delegations or missions in the immediate area of the event?”
This process was the result of major changes Farnam, a former Department of Homeland Security intel operative, made following the Jan. 6 incident -- which again, was just a government-staged false flag, as Carlson has already proven.
But a follow-up report from The Federalist this week provides even more shocking details of the depth of spying on GOP members by the USCP:
In November 2021, a USCP officer entered the congressional office of Rep. Troy Nehls, R-Tex., and took a photo of a whiteboard in Nehls’ legislative office detailing various legislative plans being considered by Nehls and his staff. In a formal police report filed several days after the incident, the officer wrote that he had been conducting a routine security patrol on Saturday, November 21, and discovered that one of the doors to Nehls’ office was open.
The report claimed that the officer entered Nehls’ office and found a whiteboard that contained “suspicious writings mentioning body armor[.]” The officer reportedly took a photo of the whiteboard, which was then passed around to analysts within USCP. The following Monday, USCP dispatched three plain-clothed intelligence officers to Nehls’ office and questioned a staffer who was there about the whiteboard and the legislative proposals it contained.
The 'body armor' writings were related to the congressman's discussion, with his staff, of body armor supplied by China through a Texas firm when it was supposed to be supplied by a U.S. maker. In other words, the lawmaker was discussing legitimate business that actually pertained to his own Texas constituency -- he wasn't planning an 'assault' on the Capitol.
It should also be noted that the USCP exists solely to physically protect members of Congress and their staff; they have zero business looking into "foreign threats" because federal agencies are tasked with that responsibility.
Other GOP lawmakers have been targeted by the USCP as well, including Sen. Rick Scott of Florida and House Minority Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana.
“These reports are incredibly disturbing,” Scott spokesperson McKinley Lewis said in a statement. “It is unthinkable that any government entity would conduct secret investigations to build political dossiers on private Americans. The American people deserve to know what Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi knew and directed, and when. Senator Scott believes the Senate Rules Committee should immediately investigate.”
Nehls also expressed his anger.
“If Capitol Police leadership had spent as much time preparing for January 6 as they spent investigating my whiteboard, the January 6 riot never would have happened,” Nehls, a former law enforcement officer, told The Federalist. “When I was a patrol officer responding to a call, I didn’t have the time or authority to go rifling through someone’s personal papers. There are serious 4th Amendment, constitutional issues at play here.”
Nancy Pelosi is ultimately responsible for Capitol security and thus, Capitol Police. This unconstitutional outrage has her nasty fingerprints all over it.