Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain (R-AZ) called out the USCP for not intervening in the disruption involving Henry Kissinger at today's hearing.
US Capitol Police spokeswoman Kim Schneider says the USCP did not "meet the standards expected of the USCP."
A senior Congressional source familiar with the situation tells Fox that based on how the USCP usually handle these situations, they should have arrested the demonstrators.
"The U.S. Capitol Police (USCP) is conducting a thorough review of the events that occurred in the Senate Armed Services Committee Hearing today in room SD-G50. We take very seriously our mission to protect the Congress and its legislative processes, while balancing safety and security, and the First Amendment rights of people to peacably assemble. Today, our actions in room SD-G50 clearly did not demonstrate that mission, nor did our actions meet the standards expected of the USCP. The USCP will continue to work with our Congressional stakeholders and the public to ensure that Congress can fulfill its constitutional responsibilities in a safe and open environment."