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Former Capitol Police Chief Vows to Tell the Truth of 1/6, Says He Has Receipts

Former Capitol Police Chief Vows to Tell the Truth of 1/6, Says He Has Receipts

Most Trump supporters will tell you that they are strong backers of law enforcement. The 1/6 insurrectionists though, only saw Capitol Police officers as an obstacle along their way. 140 officers were injured on January 6th with some being savagely beaten.

WASHINGTON, DC – FEBRUARY 23: Former U.S. Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund testifies during a Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs and Senate Rules and Administration joint hearing on February 23, 2021 in Washington, DC. The committees are hearing testimony about the law enforcement preparation for and response to the attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021. (Photo by Erin Scott-Pool/Getty Images)

Steven Sund was the chief of the Capitol City police that day. And now, Sund says that he is ready to tell his story and that he has “receipts.”

From a recently created Twitter account, Sund wrote, “There have been so many lies told about Jan 6, 2021. Incredible misinformation fed to a divided nation. I was there. I know the truth. I’m going to be telling my story soon. I have the receipts. On this anniversary, my appreciation goes to the officers who saved the day!”

Sund lost his job on January 7th after Nancy Pelosi called for his resignation. In a February 2021 letter to Congress, Sund wrote:

“What occurred on January 6th cannot be considered under any circumstances a protest, a rally, or civil disobedience. This was a well-planned, coordinated, armed insurrection at the United States Capitol. The USCP does not have the manpower, the training, or the capabilities to handle an armed insurrection involving thousands of individuals bent on violence and destruction at all costs.”

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