(AmericanProsperity.com) – The Department of Justice is moving to correct the record on the whereabouts of then-Vice President-elect Kamala Harris when rioters stormed the Capitol on January 6. Until this week, the DOJ reported that Vice President Mike Pence and Vice President-elect Harris were both at the Capitol and fled for safety during the attack.
A source close to Harris confirmed she planned to leave the Capitol after a Senate Intelligence Committee briefing early that morning. The source also said some confusion about Harris’s precise position could have come from her never disclosing locations due to safety concerns. But during a recent court hearing, the DOJ revealed Harris was never at the Capitol during the riot but was there before the incident and then returned later to cast her vote to certify the presidential election results.
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A court filing from the DOJ confirms that Harris was not, in fact, at the Capitol during the riots. Other sources, including Politico reporter Betsy Woodruff Swan, claim she spent most of her day at Democratic National Committee (DNC) headquarters instead.
Shortly after discovering a pipe bomb outside, the Secret Service evacuated Harris from that vicinity. Notably, it found a second pipe bomb at the Republican National Committee headquarters the same day.
Investigators have yet to identify any suspects in the case. However, video surveillance proves someone planted the bombs at both buildings the night of January 5, 2021.
The location of Vice President Harris raises more questions about what happened inside the Capitol during the riots. More importantly, it produces inquiries about the level of security Harris received that day. The Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) stated the pipe bombs were “viable.” If detonated, they could have been deadly.
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