WASHINGTON - Last week, Committee on House Administration's Subcommittee on Oversight Chairman Barry Loudermilk (GA-11) sat down with Fox News Digital to discuss who is responsible for the delay of DC National Guard getting to the Capitol to support of the US Capitol Police on January 6, 2021.

Some excerpts from the article read: 

"From what we've learned from senior leadership within the D.C. National Guard and then some information we're deriving from the Pentagon, is that, yes, it was, from leaders within the Pentagon that either through incompetence, poor communications or … a concern of optics, they purposely delayed the National Guard actually getting to the Capitol," Loudermilk said.

"Had they gotten there at the time when the request was made, it's arguable that lives could have been saved because there were some deaths by people being trampled, the crowd outside. With the National Guard showing up, I think it wouldn't even require the engagement. I think the visual of the National Guard showing up, coming off buses in riot gear, would have been enough to suppress a lot of the violence that was happening."


"The Trump administration, from all the evidence that we're gathering, was doing everything that they could to make sure that there was plenty of security," Loudermilk said.

Read the full article here.


Last week, the Subcommittee released a timeline outlining the alleged failures of DoD and Democrat leadership to deploy the DC National Guard in support of US Capitol Police on January 6, 2021.

The below timeline has been compiled using DoD, USCP, and DCNG timelines, sworn testimonials from firsthand witnesses including Mayor Bowser, Secretary Miller, Secretary McCarthy, and Chief Sund, the Army Report of Operations timeline, and the newly released January 6 HBO video footage shot by Nancy Pelosi’s daughter.

Click here to view the full list of supporting documents.
Click here to view the interactive timeline with hyperlinks.