Capitol Police Chief J. Thomas Manger is not happy and he shouldn’t be.
He is peeved that the DOJ is choosing not to prosecute Stephen Colbert staffers that illegally entered the Capitol.
After reading his letter, there is considerable detail that was omitted and he has every right to be upset about this.
The decision came down earlier in the week not to charge Colbert’s team.
When it came down, I expected pushback, but not from Chief Manger.
He was more than a bit disappointed.
What a staffer did outside of Rep. Boebert’s office is one of the reasons he was so upset, and it is a detail I was unaware of until seeing his letter.
The staffer stood outside Boebert’s office, stating, “Do you remember me? Do you remember me?
“It’s me. We’re going to leave something under your door.”
The disturbance was actually reported by Rep. Jamaal Brown, a New York Democrat whose office is nearby.
On the note, Manger stated, “The note was allegedly an invitation to a cocaine orgy.”
Manger continued, “It is unfortunate that despite all of the evidence the Department presented, including that the group or its leader had been told several times that they could not be in the buildings without an escort, that the U.S. Attorney’s office declined to prosecute any members of the group for Unlawful Entry.”
You can see Manger’s report detailing the group’s unlawful entry below…
You better believe the GOP is going to be livid about this, claiming privilege simply so Colbert would not turn on Democrats and continue to gush over Joe Biden.
At the very least, these morons should have been fined and given some community service.
Instead, the entire incident is just another punchline for Colbert.
Source: The Blaze