The former chief of staff to President Trump has confirmed on a podcast program that Democrat House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, at the height of the riot at the Capitol last Jan. 6, called to ask about lunch being served for members of Congress.
It was on a John Solomon Reports podcast that Mark Meadows explained he wasn’t in the room at the time of the call, but Pelosi – who has joined with other Democrats and leftists in describing the events that day as the worst attack on democracy ever, even worse than 9/11 – contacted the Department of Defense and “made an inquiry about what time, you know, our members could actually get their lunch.”
“I find it amazing that she was more interested n their culinary position than they are in anything else,” Meadows said.
Pelosi’s office, in a statement to Just the News about Pelosi’s lunch plans, and her refusal to accept President Trump’s offer of 10,000 National Guard troops that day, said “This is false and makes no sense on its face. The breach of the Capitol was in the 2 pm hour. It is already established that US Capitol security officials requested National Guard for hours before the request was granted by the Trump administration.”
But Meadows has not been the only person to identify Pelosi’s lunch question as suspect. (Read more from “Report: Pelosi Was Concerned About Lunch During Jan. 6 Protest” HERE)
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