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IT STINKS: FBI involved in January 6th – Did they orchestrate it?

We all knew it smelt like a set up.

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Matt Gaetz and Paul Gosar Lead Congressional Charge for “Real Answers” After Explosive Revolver Investigation of Jan. 6th

June 17, 2021 (19h ago)

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Revolver’s major investigation into the January 6 Capitol incident has sparked a gargantuan response from Congress and the press.

First, the backstory.

In a report published late Sunday night, Revolver explored the federal indictments against members of the Proud Boys and Oathkeepers, and found that the leading planners and provocateurs of the 1/6 incursion weren’t the individuals who have been publicly charged with crimes, but the unindicted persons who were present at the Capitol alongside them.

Revolver’s investigation raised disturbing possibilities. Would 1/6 have happened without substantial agitation by federal law enforcement to make it happen? Did shadowy forces recognize the January 6 rally from the beginning as an opportunity to harm the Trump movement to take back America? Was the entire militia/white nationalist “threat” substantially a creation of federal law enforcement for the purpose of defaming and discrediting right-wing populism?

Revolver has raised the questions. But it will take work by allies within the government to reveal the full truth. And thankfully, several lawmakers are already stepping up.

Late Tuesday, in the wake of Revolver’s investigation, Congressman Matt Gaetz of Florida sent a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray demanding to know how many undercover federal agents and informants were present at the Capitol, what roles they played, and how many of them had infiltrated the Proud Boys, Oathkeepers, and Three Percenters:

Matt Gaetz Letter

Gaetz wasn’t alone. In a hearing Tuesday afternoon, Rep. Paul Gosar interrogated Director Wray about Revolver’s findings, and read its most recent article into the Congressional Record:

Interrogated Director Wray

Congresswoman Marjorie Tyler-Greene demonstrated why so much of Washington despises her by joining the demand for answers as well.

Request For FBI Operatives

Revolver’s investigation has prompted heavy coverage from the press as well.

Glenn Greenwald Tweet

Mollie Hemingway

Revolver’s reporting was the lead story on Tuesday’s episode of Tucker Carlson Tonight. After a nearly ten-minute opening monologue drawing on Revolver’s work, Tucker Carlson interviewed Revolver’s Darren Beattie. As of this writing, the segment has been viewed more than 200,000 times on Twitter, in addition to the millions who viewed it live.

Matt Gaetz on Tucker Interview

Here’s the monologue in its entirety if you’ve been living under a rock and haven’t seen it yet. Some are calling it Tucker’s best monologue yet.

Federal Entrapment? Darren Beattie and Tucker Carlson Blow the Lid Off Jan. 6th

Full report from Revolver: Some are saying this is Tucker Carlson’s best opening monologue of all-time. In it, Tucker and Darren Beattie discuss a Revolver News investigative bombshell about the possible role of federal informants on Jan. 6th.

The segment generated more than 54,000 tweets as of this writing. Not only that, but Twitter’s clueless content aggregators tried to “debunk” it in a comically ham-fisted way.

Twitter is so desperate that its inept aggregators did Revolver’s work for it. Twitter’s own “deboonking” supplies the exact reason it’s so curious that so many “co-conspirators” have not been charged.

This is good news, but not the end. Potential FBI involvement in the Capitol Riot needs to be a priority for every Republican in Congress, not just a handful. And it will be, if Republican voters demand it.

Revolver encourages Republican voters to contact their members of Congress, and tell them to join Rep. Gaetz, Gosar, and Greene in demanding a full investigation into federal foreknowledge, incitement, and involvement in the events of 1/6.

And until the full truth is revealed, elected Republicans have a moral obligation to fight back against the Biden Administration’s continuing efforts to exploit 1/6 to justify a political purge of its domestic enemies.

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This moment is critical. On the same day Revolver’s report dropped, the Biden administration released a thirty-page plan for combating “domestic extremism.” After a year of mass riots and antifa destruction cheered on by the press and political elites, the plan pushes the demented lie that “white supremacy” and anti-government “militias” are the chief violent threat within the U.S.

If the establishment narrative of 1/6 is allowed to go unchallenged, it will be used to justify an unprecedented campaign by the Deep State against its domestic enemies.

Only the truth can guard against this. And it is the responsibility of Republicans in Congress to deliver it.



The statements, views and opinions expressed in this column are solely those of the author and do not necessarily represent those of this site. This site does not give financial, investment or medical advice.

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Balthasar Gerards
Balthasar Gerards
June 18, 2021

At the moment that Donald Trump told his supporters to rally at january the sixth it was absolutely clear that this would be abused by his opponents. It was the precise thing that they were waiting for. It would give them the perfect opportunity to paint all Trump supporters as dangerous and unhinged domestic terrorists. And I still can’t believe that he could not have foreseen this himself.

Helga I. Fellay
Helga I. Fellay
Reply to  Balthasar Gerards
June 18, 2021

The fact that he didn’t actually speaks well for his character. As they say, it takes one to know one. If he were as corrupt as his opposition, he would have foreseen this and been more cautious. It’s the innocent/naive who can’t imagine others doing something they wouldn’t do. As to the headline – it’s a no-brainer to me: As we have evidence that the FBI was involved in the event, we KNOW that they also orchestrated the entire thing. It was a trap set by a government agency to do harm to a sitting US president. Shouldn’t that be… Read more »

Colin Smith
Colin Smith
June 19, 2021

From a European perspective the “coup” was a joke, a haphazard band of motley wannabes who had no leadership, no objectives, and seemed shocked that they had managed to get inside. I thought it was mostly hilarious and amateurish in a “Dad’s Army” sort of way. Of course the security was pulled, as it was for every assassination and coup attempt by the rabid right in US history. The police had 5 days notice of this March, but they did nothing. They let it happen so the politicos could use it later. Storming the Bastille it certainly was not. I… Read more »

David Bowlas
David Bowlas
June 19, 2021

You mean that people still don’t know about that being a false episode just to impeach Trump? And even now some Americans believe that Biden won even though the courts would not allow an enquiry into CCTV pictures of the media and observers being sent home because of a non-existent water leak. Then the ones who sent them home started pulling out boxes from under the tables. But hey if you believe what the media tells you then you deserve what your politicians do to you.

June 23, 2021

Freespeech Fan, I think you should check out an article by Shipwreckedcrew.

I trust this guy. He’s a good researcher and has sound knowledge of his subject as he works in the courts. Darren Beattie is clever and does admirable work too, but I think has been a bit over-enthusiastic in this instance. Anyway, a heads-up —it’s good to have more than one view.


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