Marjorie Taylor Greene Calls For Congressional Investigation Into Pelosi’s Daughter

( – U.S. Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), has announced that she wants to investigate former Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi’s daughter over leaked comments she made about the January 6th, 2021 Capitol riots.

Greene reposted a video on Monday, August 7th, of Alexandra Pelosi reportedly depicting her speaking with the family of a January 6th riot defendant claiming to be among those who faced criminal charges for storming the Capitol building in an attempt to prevent Congress from counting the state electors and certify Joe Biden’s victory.

Alexandra Pelosi, who has become a renowned documentarian and was making a documentary about her mother with HBO, can reportedly be heard downplaying the events of January 6th – specifically, claims about an alleged insurrection, or plot to overthrow the U.S. government to prevent Biden from taking office as president.

Greene then retweeted the video, which was originally posted by popular conservative social media commentator Rogan O’Handley (DC_Draino). In the tweet, Green said that “We need to take a look at this,” mentioning the official House Oversight Committee Twitter account. In the original tweet, O’Handley said that the video showed Alexandra Pelosi discussing how January 6th rioters could not get a fair trial, how the media “overhyped” the riot, and how there needed to be a “new war” to distract the American public. Furthermore, the video reportedly depicts Alexandra saying that there were “no guns, no plans… just people taking selfies,” and that it wasn’t an actual insurrection.

Alexandra Pelosi’s footage would go on to be a key influence in shaping the American public’s perception of the January 6th Capitol riots. Her footage would also be used by congressional investigators to further understand how the events of that day unfolded. The footage also showed how both Senate and House leaders chose to address the riots as it was happening, as both houses were convened to count the electors of all the states, as is required by the Constitution after every presidential election.

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