Rep. Paul Gosar Promises to Start Investigations into Treasonous Politicians

US Representative Paul Gosar is focusing on Gen. Mark Milley, branding him a “traitor,” and threatening to launch a probe.

Proper Investigations to be Launched

The newly Republican-controlled House of Representatives will launch a proper investigation into the Jan. 6, 2021 protest at the U.S. Capitol, according to Gosar, who posted that on Twitter this month.

He stated the attempt to cause a rebellion between turncoat Gen. Mark Milley and (then-House Speaker Nancy) Pelosi will be assessed and outed.

It could not just be an empty threat.

Gosar and other Congress members under fire for their involvement in the events leading up to the disturbance on January 6 may now have the opportunity to serve as investigators, thanks to new House rules established on January 10.

Gosar has extensive experience serving on the House Committee on Oversight and Accountability, which conducts investigations.

In reaction to comedian and broadcaster John Fugelsang’s tweet about Milley, he said Paul Gosar, Matt Gaetz, Lauren Boebert, and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy all have a history of sedition.

As part of the new guidelines and the weakening of the House Ethics Committee, a subcommittee on the weaponization of the federal government was established.

The subcommittee that had been established on January 6 during the previous Democratic majority in the House was terminated.

Gosar posted an explanation in response to his earlier remarks; investigations will be conducted into Milley’s treasonous sale to China. Pelosi will be revealed for failing to alert the members to anticipated violence.

Gosar’s comments on Milley are in line with former President Donald Trump’s response and are based on information that was initially made public in the book “Peril” by Bob Woodward and Robert Costa.

Milley called Gen. Li Zuocheng, his Chinese counterpart, twice (as the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff) to avert a potential armed clash.

On October 30, 2020, Milley made his first contact with Li and informed China the United States had no plans to launch a military attack against it.

His acts followed information that the Chinese believed the United States was preparing to launch an attack as a result of an increase in operations by the U.S. Armed Forces in the South China Sea and Trump’s comments towards the country.

Li was assured by Milley that he’d be informed beforehand if the U.S. ever made such a move.

Milley Under Suspicion

Two days after the Capitol incident, on January 8, 2021, Milley made another call to Li to allay his worries about the stability of the U.S. government and how that could affect China’s national security.

Later on, Trump posted if there was any truth to the accusation, then Milley would have to face treason charges for communicating with the Chinese without the president’s knowledge.

This article appeared in The Patriot Brief and has been published here with permission.