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[WATCH] Jan 6th Committee Confirms Pence Hid In Underground Loading Dock

[WATCH] Jan 6th Committee Confirms Pence Hid In Underground Loading Dock

It’s not actually a revelation, because it’s been previously reported that former Vice President Mike Pence and his staff were forced to hide in a parking garage beneath the Capitol when they tried, but failed, to use their ID’s to gain access to their offices once the riot began on January 6th. That their cards worked when they came in that morning but didn’t once Pence had been hustled out of the Senate chamber is one detail that has yet to be explained.

Journalist Jonathan Karl said he had seen “wild” photos of Pence and his staff hiding out near a loading dock that, at the time, were still unpublished when he released his book. But now the January 6th House Select Committee is confirming the exact location along with newly released photos from the National Archives.

One new revelation was shared, however: Pence was within 40 feet of the mob that was pursuing him before he and his staff found shelter in the parking garage, with his lead counsel, Greg Jacob, saying they could hear the sound of the Trump supporters moving past the closed door they were behind.

 

Karl was finally able to share some of the photos he’d only been allowed to review during the research period for his book.

The former Vice President’s exact movements that day weren’t known until Thursday’s live January 6th Committee Hearing, which led some to remark that despite his ordeal, Mike Pence was no hero, and he could have prevented the day’s violence by speaking out against Trump well before January 6th.

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