A former D.C. National Guard official is accusing two army generals of lying about the military’s response to the Jan. 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol. 

Col. Earl Matthews, who at the time was the top attorney for then-D.C. National Guard commander Maj. Gen. William Walker, wrote a memo to the select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack that was obtained by Politico.

In the memo, Matthews called Gen. Charles Flynn and Lt. General Walter Piatt, director of Army staff, “absolute and unmitigated liars” for their recollections of the Capitol riot.

Matthews said the men lied in their testimonies to Congress about how they responded to pleas for the D.C. Guard to be deployed on Jan. 6; what they told the Department of Defense’s Office of Inspector General in a report released last month; and that the Army has a document about the riot that is “worthy of the best Stalinist or North Korea propagandist,” Politico reported.... Read More: The Hill