Steven Sund, Chief of Capitol Police, Called For Backup 6 Times
On the day of January 6th, at the Capitol Building in Washington DC, when all hell broke loose by the actions that took place, the then Chief of Capitol Police, Steven Sund, stated in a recent interview that he called for backup from the National Guard but his requests were denied by his security officials. Sund explained that Paul Irving, the Sergeant at Arms, refused to agree with Sund, and rejected requests to declare a state of emergency. Sund also said that he made his requests for the National Guard 6 (six) times, but they were either denied or put off (delayed). From watching videos and constructing a timeline, it only took about 15 minutes for the perimeter to be ‘breached’ (even though we’ve all seen at least 2 videos of police opening outside gates for the protesters to walk right through). Sund confidently believes that if his pre-demonstration requests were approved, it’s quite possible that none of this would have happened.
Sund isn’t the only one that feels this way. Terrance Gainer, who is the former police chief of the Capitol Hill Police, came to Sund’s side and defended him. Gainer also admits though that there are still many, many questions that need to be asked and answered. “There’ll be plenty of time to examine and persecute the people who mis-defended that place. I used to do that, I know these people. We are responsible. Something got screwed up and someone will be held accountable.”
According to reports from people there on the scene, by the time the National Guard got there and mobilized, 4 of the 5 deaths had already occurred. Even though Sund stands by his actions, the RATS within the Democrat party have openly slammed him and called for his resignation. Sund gave in on January 7th, 2021 by submitting his letter of resignation, as seen in the included image. … Thoughts? Drop your comments below.