Congresswoman Boebert has stated that she will bring a loaded glock into the DC. The article here says that weapons can be carried around the streets of Washington D.C but a permit is required. However on the grounds of the capitol itself, members of congress, but not the public, can carry weapons without a permit as it is federal land.
My question is, whilst Boebert may be allowed to carry weapons in and around the grounds of the capitol, does this extend to her being able to bring her glock into the chamber itself? (I'm sure there's a pun in there somewhere). I have looked, but haven't found if there is a law that distinguishes whether members of congress can carry arms into a sitting session / chamber or laws regarding open carry in a crowded indoor place.
A follow up question I have is, should Boebert be allowed to carry her weapon in, and is deemed to be acting dangerously with it, can the sergeant at arms remove her from the chamber and does such an act only come from the authority of the Speaker?