It would come as no surprise to many that January 6 would be a whole lot more complicated than we were led to believe. Whether it’s the people that have been incarcerated in terrible conditions, the video that was delayed in being release, or the fact that the panel constructed to review the information is all one-sided, it was just a matter of time before questions emerged, and Revolver has a lot of them:
It increasingly appears that we now know how rogue elements of federal agencies pulled off the January 6 Fedsurrection. If the Ray Epps Breach Team hypothesis is correct, a group of government-sponsored provocateurs were all instructed separately by handlers to arrive at the Peace Monument before 12:45 p.m., where they front-ran the arrival of the Proud Boys, who would serve as the scapegoat for the breach. Then, post-breach, key operators such as Epps and ScaffoldCommander directed the crowd to “move forward,” while others removed barricades, fencing and signage.
There is simply no way the FBI did not know the Proud Boys march would end up at the Peace Monument just after 12:45 p.m. That march was led by Proud Boy leader Joe Biggs. Biggs is an FBI informant who says he “spoke often” with his bureau contacts. Biggs’s Proud Boy boss Enrique Tarrio was also an FBI informant. And the FBI was reading their cell phone group chat messages ahead of time.Meet Ray Epps, Part 2: [Dang]ing New Details Emerge Exposing Massive Web Of Unindicted Operators At The Heart Of January 6
The linked article has language issues in the title, but the text of the document does not; however, it is filled with video, pictures, and text that paints a picture of something very well planned and orchestrated. People at the right place at the right time ahead of others to make things happen to the maximum effect.
When I hear the committee start asking for arrests or testimony from these Unindicted Co-Conspirators– or even asking questions about them– then I’ll pay attention. Right now, it’s all political show we’ll see tomorrow, and it’s all for one purpose: to hurt Republicans, especially the one named Donald J. Trump.