Fox News presenter Laura Ingraham slam shut House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s’ decision to exclude the Minority Leader By Kevin McCarthy Republican picks for Wednesday’s Jan. 6 committee on “Ingraham’s Corner. ”
“She’s committed to being bipartisan, but of course it’s all a lie,” Ingraham said.
The Speaker dismissed Republican Representatives Jim Jordan of Ohio and Jim Banks of Indiana in a statement released by her office Wednesday.
“Because Pelosi wanted total control of the proceedings, she vetoed the two most effective Republicans,” Ingraham said.
Ingraham also pointed out that Speaker Pelosi said “no” to “an investigation into the origins of COVID, but yes to an investigative committee on January 6.”
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy responded to Pelosi’s refusal by withdrawing all five GOP members from the committee. Representative Wyoming Liz Cheney was the only Republican appointed by Pelosi to sit on the panel.
During a press conference Wednesday, McCarthy said that the GOP “will conduct our own investigation.”
Ingraham argued that “Republicans must continue to show that Democrats have a radical agenda to change this country forever.”
“Over the past year, the Democrats have done everything in their power to keep the country in custody for as long as possible. They want to do it again if they can, but now they want to lock us in. January 6 narrative for as long as possible, like nothing else is happening in the world”
The Fox News host further suggested that the Democrats are not interested in bipartisanship. “They’re watching Nancy Pelosi and her efforts to poison the well, to accuse Republicans of fascism, and in other words to kick their opponents out of public life.”