LISTEN: John Carlson Show, Jan8--6am hour

WASHINGTON -- Three days before supporters of President Donald Trump mobbed the Capitol, the Pentagon asked the U.S Capitol Police if it needed National Guard manpower. And as the mob descended on the building Wednesday, Justice Department leaders reached out to offer up FBI agents. The police turned them down both times, according to senior defense officials and two people familiar with the matter. (Photo: Associated Press)

6am hour -- a Capitol Police officer is now dead after pro-Trump mob attacks US Capitol Building, the 42-year-old officer physically engaged with the mob attackers and then died later without specific causes being released, 68 people have now been arrested and federal charges will be more serious than local charges, the irony of Democrats condemning federal security officers protecting a Portland courthouse are now complaining about the lack of security at the US Capitol building this week, the Wall Street Journal calls for Trump to resign,

what happened with US Capitol Police and security that allowed the pro-Trump mob to get inside the Capitol building?, GUEST: National Review columnist, John Fund, is assessing the security questions that are mounting, calls the mob attack "horrible", deciphering the blame game between this week's pro-Trump mob and last summer's 'anti-police/BLM' attacks shrouded by protests, Fund doesn't want to perpetuate these "two warring camps" in American politics, Fund's brother was a deputy police chief in a mid-size US city, US Capitol Police force is bigger than Baltimore MD, the three priorities of US Capitol Police, Speaker Pelosi's role in the US Capitol Police; KVI's Lars Larson is conflicted over a Twitter video of Portland's mayor being accosted while eating (outdoors) at a restaurant.

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