An "organized" stunt at Nationals Park prompted an evacuation of the U.S. Capitol Wednesday evening. Word of a pregame performance featuring the U.S. Army's Golden Knights parachuters at Nationals Park before a matchup between the Washington Nationals and Arizona Diamondbacks didn't make its way to U.S. Capitol Police because when the plane carrying the servicemen got in range of the U.S. Capitol authorities evacuated the building. Washington, D.C.'s ABC television affiliate, WUSA-TV, reports that buildings within the complex of the U.S. Capitol were also evacuated.\u00a0 The lack of information sharing did not sit well with politicians and citizens alike. Many Twitter users are asking why information on such an event wouldn't make it to the powers that be to avoid the very response that occurred.\u00a0 Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi released a statement calling the lack of communication between the FAA and U.S. Capitol Police "outrageous and inexcusable." In a press release following the all-clear call, U.S. Capitol Police said an aircraft threat to the U.S. Capitol has occurred since 2014, and said it's "extremely unusual not to be made aware of a flight in advance." "We are reviewing all aspects of the event to ensure all procedures were followed appropriately to coordinate both the flight and the parachute demonstration," Kelli LeGaspi, spokeswoman for United States Army Recruiting Command, said in a statement to media outlets.\u00a0 The game was a bust for the Nationals, who brought the World Series to D.C. in 2019 for the first time since 1933, they lost the game 11-2. Major League Baseball brought baseball back to the nation's capital in 2005 when the Montreal Expos moved from Canada following the 2004 season. The team played in historic RFK Stadium, which is awaiting its fate and located in line with the National Mall and the U.S Capitol, until Nationals Park was completed.