Did the FBI Instigate the Capitol Riot?


Armstrong Economics Blog/Corruption Re-Posted Jan 14, 2022 by Martin Armstrong


The events that occurred on January 6, 2021, were likely facilitated by the federal government. They successfully drew the public’s eye away from the election fraud that took place and portrayed Trump supporters as domestic terrorists. In the video above, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) questioned Jill Sanborn, Executive Assistant Director, National Security Branch of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing. “I can’t answer that,” Sanborn replied to every question.

Cruz provided Sanborn with clear evidence of FBI involvement. On January 5, a man they call Ray Epps was filmed on video enticing the crowd to break into the Capitol the following day. His behavior was so questionable that the crowd began chanting, “Fed! Fed!” It was clear to them that he was not there to protest peacefully. On the day of the Capitol “siege,” Epps is filmed talking to another man before they began removing the barricades. The men began encouraging others to join them.

On January 8, the FBI released pictures of the men removing the barricade and asking for any information leading to their arrests. Yet, the same image was later posted with Epps photoshopped out of the picture. Again, Sanborn refused to answer why this photo was altered. Sanborn refused to say whether Epps was an FBI agent. Her silence should tell us all we need to know. This is why the public has lost all trust in the government.

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