Stefanik Calls Pelosi ‘Radical Authoritarian Speaker’ After Her Refusal To Accept Two GOP Nominees For Jan. 6 Committee


House Republican Conference Chair Elise Stefanik blasted Speaker Nancy Pelosi Wednesday for rejecting two Republican nominees to the Jan. 6 House Select Committee.

Stefanik reacted to Pelosi’s decision to block Republican Reps. Jim Banks of Indiana and Jim Jordan of Ohio from serving on the House Select Committee that aims to investigate the events of the Jan. 6 Capitol riot.

”Nancy Pelosi is a radical authoritarian Speaker. The Pelosi partisan January 6 commission was never about investigating the facts, it was only ever about Pelosi’s radical politics and the Left’s endless obsession with crushing any discussion or debate,” Stefanik said in a statement posted to Twitter. (RELATED: Pelosi Says No To Two Republicans On The Jan. 6 Select Committee)

My statement on Speaker Pelosi’s authoritarian decision regarding the January 6th commission:

”What is Nancy Pelosi so afraid of? She is afraid of the American people finding out the truth that her failed leadership and the gross mismanagement of the U. S. Capitol led to the tragic events that day,” she continued. ”It is time to Fire Pelosi once and for all. I have no doubt that after the next November, Nancy Pelosi will never, ever hold the Speaker’s gavel again. She will make history as the most despised Speaker of the House who will be fired not once, but twice. And it can’t come soon enough.”

Republican Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, who initially appointed Banks and Jordan with thre… (Read more)