On January 6, Kamala Harris was inside the DNC headquarters when a pipe bomb was discovered outside.
On January 6, a pipe bomb was discovered outside the Democratic National Committee headquarters, and KAMALA HARRIS was said to be inside.
Vice President Kamala Harris, 57, is suspected of being the unnamed “protectee” who was inside the Democratic National Committee (DNC) headquarters on January 6 during a Capitol riot.
Ex-President Donald Trump, 75, rallied supporters in Washington to protest his election loss in 2020.
The mob stormed the Capitol, making it to the Senate floor.
During the uprising, more than 140 officers were injured, and 725 protesters were detained.
Mr Trump claimed that polls in key swing states like Arizona, Georgia, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin were rigged in his loss to 79-year-old Joe Biden by 306 electoral college votes to 232.
So far, these claims have proven to be false.
Mr. Trump, on the other hand, continues to make such a claim.
“Never forget the crime of the 2020 Presidential Election,” he said in a statement issued yesterday.
Ms Harris was the “protectee,” according to four people who spoke with Politico, including a White House official and an ex-law enforcement official.
The news website also obtained an official timeline of events from Capitol Police, according to which officers began investigating the pipe bomb at 1:07 p.m.
According to the timeline, the unnamed “protectee” was evacuated by Capitol Police and the Secret Service at 1:44 p.m.
At 4.36 p.m., the bomb was detonated near a park bench.
Another pipe bomb was discovered in a back alley behind the Republican National Committee’s headquarters.
At 3.33 p.m., authorities dealt with this bomb.
According to Politico, no suspects in the pipe bombs have been apprehended.
Both pipe bombs, however, are considered viable by the FBI.
“(hashtag)FBIWFO continues to work with @ATFWashington, @CapitolPolice, @DCPoliceDept to identify the person responsible for placing pipe bombs near the Democratic National Committee Headquarters andamp; Republican National Committee Headquarters on January 5, the night before the Capitol riots,” the FBI Washington Field account tweeted.
“Both devices were viable and could have caused serious injury or death if detonated.”
“The (hashtag)FBI and @ATFHQ are offering a reward of up to (dollar)100,000 for information that leads to the arrest and conviction of the person(s) responsible for the bomb placement.”