Re: Geez ...
I could try to check your supposedly more substantive points about Pelosi and Epps, whoever he is, but since you're clearly not making any attempt to argue in good faith, I'll save myself the bother and just assume you're blowing smoke with those as well.
So Pelosi. Currently Speaker of the House-
Oversees the officers of the House: the clerk, the sergeant-at-arms, the chief administrative officer, and the chaplain
As the chief law enforcement officer of the House, the Sergeant at Arms is responsible for security in the House wing of the United States Capitol, the House office buildings, and on adjacent grounds. Under the direction of the Speaker of the House or other presiding officer, the Sergeant at Arms plays an integral role in maintaining order and decorum in the House chamber.
So Pelosi was responsible for security on that fateful day. She quickly fired her Serjeant. So in a reasonable investigation into the events, one might reasonably expect the Speaker and the Serjeant to explain what they knew, when, and what actions they took. Of course if you control the investigation, it's easy to exclude your own part in them, and any blame.
Ray Epps is a little more curious-
Ray Epps, an individual with history in the Arizona Oath Keepers, was filmed during two street gatherings on January 5 urging people to go into the Capitol the next day. Epps later stated that he had helped orchestrate the flow into the Capitol building.
And was videoed at several times encouraging people to 'storm' the Capitol, remove barricades etc. He was briefly on the FBI's Jan 6th Most Wanted list.. until he wasn't. Unlike many of the other peaceful (but not fiery) protestors, he also isn't in jail awaiting trial. Which seems a little curious, hence why some people question his role in those events. But there's also been other strange news, like this case-
Where the FBI seems to have been... highly effective at infiltrating militias and extremist groups. Well, some of them at least.