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Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi used gendered language in a speech on the House floor after she eliminated the use of gendered family terms in official House documents for the 117th Congress, referring to herself as a “wife” and “mother” during a speech on impeachment.

Although Pelosi did not break House rules using the gendered language, Pelosi did announce a resolution calling for the elimination of gendered terms in House documents for the 117th Congress in early January.

Pelosi and Democratic Massachusetts Rep. James McGovern announced the resolution, which was created to “honor all gender identities” by modifying pronouns in the House rules and references to family, like the words father, mother, son, daughter, brother, sister. The words would be changed to “parent, child, sibling, spouse, or parent-in-law,” the resolution states.

The resolution is meant only for official documentation, not for floor speeches. However, Pelosi continued to use the language after calling for it to be banned from House rules. (RELATED: Proposed House Rules Eliminate Gendered Terms Like ‘Father’ And ‘Daughter’)

Although Pelosi announced the resolution calling for the elimination of gendered terms, she still has the terms “mother” and “grandmother” in her Twitter bio. (RELATED: Pelosi, Who Just Announced Elimination Of Gendered Family Terms In House Rules, Still Has ‘Mother, Grandmother’ In Her Twitter Bio)

House Speaker (D-CA) talks to reporters at a news conference about legislation addressing the ongoing coronavirus outbreak March 26, 2020 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

Democrats in the House of Representatives introduced at least one article of impeachment Monday morning against Trump after the pro-Trump mob stormed the U.S. Capitol. (RELATED: House Democrats Set To Introduce Articles Of Impeachment)

The House impeachment resolution charges Trump with one article of “incitement of insurrection” and the effort is being led by Democratic Reps. David Cicilline of Rhode Island, Jamie Raskin of Maryland and Ted Lieu of California.

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Pelosi Calls for Prosecution of Any Congress Members Who Might Have Helped Pro-Trump Siege

Reuters January 16, 2021 0 Comments

Any members of the U.S. Congress who helped a crowd of President Donald Trump’s supporters storm the Capitol should face criminal prosecution, House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Friday.

The unprecedented Jan. 6 attack on the seat of Congress left five dead and led the House to impeach Trump a second time, for a fiery speech that day in which he urged thousands of his followers to fight Democratic President-elect Joe Biden’s victory.

The hundreds who stormed the Capitol quickly overwhelmed police guarding the building, calling security preparations into question, and showed a level of detailed knowledge about the location of lawmakers’ offices by some rioters that raised suspicions.

Democratic Representative Mikie Sherrill, a former U.S. Navy helicopter pilot, has accused some Republican lawmakers of helping Trump supporters, saying she saw colleagues leading groups on “reconnaissance” tours on Jan. 5.

Pelosi was asked at a news conference whether any actions would be taken against lawmakers who may have brought tours to the Capitol the day before the attack, which briefly halted Congress in its duty of certifying Biden’s win.

“If in fact it is found that members of Congress were accomplices to this insurrection, if they aided and abetted the crimes, there may have to be actions taken beyond the Congress, in terms of prosecution for that,” Pelosi said.

The Capitol Police is investigating whether members of Congress led people through the Capitol the day before the attack. “The matter is under investigation,” said Capitol Police spokeswoman Eva Malecki.

More than 30 House Democrats, including Sherrill, have asked the acting House and Senate sergeants-at-arms and the acting head of the Capitol Police for information about who was in the building on Jan. 5.

Pelosi announced a security review of the siege by Trump followers, some of whom were aligned with white supremacist groups. The review would study the Capitol’s security infrastructure, procedures, and “command and control,” she said.

Some Republican Representatives have loudly protested security measures put in place since the attack, including new requirements that everyone entering the House chamber pass through a metal detector.

The march by Trump’s supporters had been publicized for weeks.

There was no direct evidence to suggest rioters had formed “kill capture teams,” the top federal prosecutor in Washington, D.C. said on Friday, softening a statement made by U.S. prosecutors in Arizona in a court filing late on Thursday.

The U.S. Justice Department’s internal watchdog will review how the FBI and other law enforcement agencies prepared and responded, Inspector General Michael Horowitz said on Friday.


The House on Wednesday approved an article of impeachment charging Trump with incitement of insurrection for his speech immediately before the attack.

Pelosi declined to answer questions from reporters about when she would send the article to the Senate, the step necessary to trigger a trial. A spokesman for the speaker said he could not confirm a CNN report later on Friday that she is expected to send the article next week.

Trump is not expected to face trial before his term ends on Jan. 20, though lawmakers could bar him from running for office again.

Congressional Democrats have been grappling with how to balance the impeachment of Trump with other Senate priorities including confirming Cabinet nominees and addressing Biden’s request for a $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package.

When Biden takes office on Wednesday, he will be leading a nation where more than 388,000 people have died of COVID-19, which is infecting more than 235,000 people per day.

“This is a matter of complete urgency,” Pelosi said of the COVID-19 vaccine distribution under Biden’s proposal.

According to Senate rules, the trial would start the day after the charge is sent over by the House. The last time the House voted to impeach Trump, in December 2019, Pelosi did not transmit the charges to the Senate for weeks.

Those charges related to abuse of power and obstruction of Congress stemming from Trump’s request that Ukraine investigate Biden and his son Hunter. The Senate in February 2020 voted to acquit Trump, keeping him in office.

Democrats said on Friday they are bringing back two outside lawyers who helped prosecute Trump’s first impeachment: Barry Berke, who will serve as chief impeachment counsel, and Joshua Matz, according to a House Judiciary Committee statement.

The Senate is scheduled to return to Washington on Tuesday, the day before Biden’s inauguration.

A presidential inauguration traditionally draws hundreds of thousands of visitors, but the ceremonies have been scaled back dramatically because of the COVID-19 pandemic, even before last week’s riot.

Now Washington is wrapped in a security blanket with thousands of troops and law enforcement officers on duty.

Trump plans to leave Washington on the morning of the inauguration and go to his club in Palm Beach, Florida, a source familiar with the matter said.

(Reporting by Susan Cornwell; additional reporting by Lisa Lambert, Steve Holland, Sarah N. Lynch; Writing by Grant McCool; Editing by Scott Malone, Alistair Bell and Daniel Wallis)

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