Compared to the riots, murders, arson, and outright political terrorism driven and condoned by the left over the last year and a half, what happened in Washington, DC on January the 6th was a picnic. On that day, four people were killed in skirmishes outside the Capitol building, and one woman was shot by a police officer inside the building.
The fact is that the bulk of the people who made their way into the building were allowed to enter by Capitol police. It wasn’t until some individuals started banging on the outside of the building and breaking windows that guards inside became alarmed and shot Ashli Babbitt.
In the video of the shooting, it’s obvious that Babbitt was not expecting to be met with deadly force and neither were the people around her. This was an orchestrated trap to humiliate and punish Trump supporters and smear them as enemies of the state.
Those riotous individuals mentioned above were the only ones getting out of hand before the shooting began, and they were being shouted down by real Trump supporters.
Trump himself had asked his supporters at the event to be peaceful and to go home after the trouble had started. His words could not have been more nonbelligerent. But the corporate media immediately claimed that he had called for an insurrection and had incited the violence.
All of this is obvious from a simple matter-of-fact review of the event. But it has now come to light that many of the agitators known to have been on the scene — those whose actions were used to set capitol police on edge — were there on the FBI payroll, and higher-level federal goons were on the scene making sure an event the media could spin into another anti-trump narrative did indeed take place.
It has come to light that as many as 20 co-conspirators in the alleged “insurrection” have not been indicted. In the frenzy to bring down anyone even tangentially connected to the event, how could 20 known co-conspirators manage to escape prosecution? Even reporters are now being held on charges related to the event — reporters who had nothing to do with it except that they might be able to tell us how the event actually happened.
These 20 co-conspirators were involved in the alleged attacks. But they have not been arrested, questioned, or detained.
Now that we know about these co-conspirators, reporters can finally develop questions that real law enforcement agencies might be able to work from. These include the following:
“To what extent were groups held most responsible for the Capitol attack infiltrated by federal informants?”
“How many undercover agents were present at the Capitol during the ‘siege,’ and what function did they play?”
“Of all of the unindicted co-conspirators, how many worked as confidential informants or as undercover operatives for the federal government?”
If the FBI is not forthcoming with solid answers to these questions, we can only assume that the FBI actively sought to frame Trump and his supporters as terrorists. The same FBI that hounded the Trump administration with long disproven claims, using illegally obtained leads and on the heft of fabricated claims by Clinton-paid computer firms and British ex-spy Chris Steele – that FBI has lost all credibility and must be investigated.