As Pelosi Stokes Fear Over Jan. 6, Her Capitol Police Force Begins Opening Satellite Offices Across America

For House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats, Jan. 6 is the day they never want to end. It’s so ingrained in the left’s culture, in fact, it’s the one thing that can move the Democratic Party to expand police presence.

Sure, the danger from the Capitol incursion has long since passed. That doesn’t mean Democrats can’t continue to wave the bloody shirt — all the way to the midterms, at least, and in perpetuity if at all possible.

The House of Representatives is stoking fear over it with a Jan. 6 commission, on one hand. And then there’s the U.S. Capitol Police, which now plans to open satellite offices in two states to deal with threats to members of Congress.

In a news release on Tuesday, the six-month anniversary of the riot, the Capitol Police announced they were continuing “to implement recommendations from a series of post January 6 reviews.” These included the satellite offices as part of a suite of services purportedly designed to enhance protection for members of Congress.

“The USCP has enhanced our staffing within our Dignitary Protection Division as well as coordinated for enhanced security for Members of Congress outside of the National Capitol Region,” the release read.

“The Department is also in the process of opening Regional Field Offices in California and Florida with additional regions in the near future to investigate threats to Members of Congress.”

In a statement to Fox News, the Capitol Police said the new offices would be in the San Francisco and Tampa areas because they say a high concentration of threats come from those regions.

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