WaPo Covers for Capitol Police – Claim Cameras Caught Break-In at Pelosi Home But No One Was Watching?
Are they liars or incompetent or both?
The Pelosi home and neighborhood are lit up with CCTV cameras, around-the-clock security detail, and no doubt, motion detectors everywhere. No one is getting within 100 yards of the Pelosi home without being identified. No one is breaking into that house. You can bet on it.
Yet this is what we are supposed to believe.
We are supposed to accept that a man walked behind the house unnoticed and hammered on a window in a back door until the glass broke. The glass, by the way, landed outside the house which makes no sense since the force against the window reportedly came from the outside of the house.
Next, David DePape climbed through the tiny broken hole he could never fit through or somehow reached four feet to open the doors to the left of the broken glass and walked up to the Pelosi bedroom where Paul Pelosi was supposedly sleeping – and no one noticed. Paul Pelosi didn’t know the alleged intruder but called him “David” and a “friend” on a call to 911. Hmmm…
Now we find out that the Capitol Police had access to the cameras surrounding the Pelosi house but according to the far-left and Deep State goto media reporting from the Washington Post, the Capitol Police never noticed what was going on at the house.
This doesn’t make sense unless you believe Epstein committed suicide when the cameras stopped working.
The WaPo recites:
Inside the command center for the U.S. Capitol Police, a handful of officers were going through their routines early Friday morning, cycling through live feeds from the department’s 1,800 cameras used to monitor the nearby Capitol complex as well as some points beyond, when an officer stopped. On a screen showing a darkened street nearly 3,000 miles away, police lights were flashing outside the home of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), officials say.
The officer in D.C. quickly pulled up additional camera angles from around Pelosi’s home and began to backtrack, watching recordings from the minutes before San Francisco police arrived. There, on camera, was a man with a hammer, breaking a glass panel and entering the speaker’s home, according to three people familiar with how Capitol Police learned of the break-in and who have been briefed on or viewed the video themselves…
…On Friday, the Capitol Police never received an alert from the home security company, that person added. It was unclear if the system was armed at the time of the break-in.
Another plausible reason that the security systems never went off is because DePape didn’t break in. Can we trust the Capitol Police after their actions on Jan 6 and sense?