Defense Department Waited 3 Hours After Capitol Was Breached To Call In National Guard, Commander Testifies

Commander of the Washington D.C. National Guard, Major General William Walker, testified before Congress on Wednesday that it took more than three hours for former President Donald Trump and his Department of Defense to mobilize the National Guard against rioters on January 6. Walker told Congress that a unit of soldiers were waiting idly for hours while the Capitol building was being stormed by rioters. The Major General confirmed earlier reports when he told Congress that his troops held off as first because the Defense Department considered uniformed soldiers on the Capitol complex to be “b…

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