We’re supposed to believe that J6 was an ‘insurrection’ or ‘seditious conspiracy’ and not a ‘fedsurrection’… but then we keep bumping up against inconvenient evidence like this:
The video above is seven minutes and thirty-seven seconds of footage from Jan 6, which has been circulating online for a couple of months. The markings throughout claim it is bodycam footage taken by plainclothes Metro Police present among the crowd.
The different voices on camera are described as either a protestor, or different metro police with each distinct voice assigned a different number. Captioning for each speaker uses different colors as well.
The entire video is interesting for a variety of reasons, we’ll timestamp most of it so our readers can navigate to the parts they are most interested in. In most instances the quotes are the officer wearing the bodycam or one of his associates.
0:44 ‘You look like Antifa with the goggles on. That’s what he said’
1:00 ‘Those guys [protesters] are going to get shot’
1:21 [MP Officer 2 to protester standing with bike] ‘Why aren’t you going to come? Go join ’em then. — Protester replied ‘No I’ve got my bike to guard.’
2:29 Lost Rico… found him…
3:04 Talking about Trump (note the biases in their tone)
3:12 Protester can be heard saying ‘respect the police’ as they walk by
3:26 It’s tear gas. It’s tear gas. It’s behind us. They’re shooting this s**t. Yeah it’s behind us, they’re shooting this s**t behind us.
3:53 Hang on, hang on — grab onto Mikey. Captioning says ‘DOES STACK FORMATION OUT’ (term explained here)
4:04 They’re coming (the protesters)
4:12 That’s dangerous. Someone’s gonna get shot
4:22 MPD3 ‘Let’s get up there’.
4:38 Which way do you guys want to go?
4:40 Let’s go up those stairs
5:25 Go! Go!
5:30 Help ’em up. (x3)
5:34 Push ’em up (x2)
5:37 Officers climbing scaffolding, giving further encouragement
Hands of officer wearing camera seen pushing others further up the scaffolding
6:21 ‘Hey Bro, can you … can you go up there?’ (Gets pulled the rest of the way to top of scaffolding
6:32 ‘C’mon! Go! Go! Go!
6:38 Keep going! Keep going! Keep going!
6:44 Keep going! Keep going! C’mon!
6:53 Jim! (Fist Bump) What’s going on, brother?
7:06 (Protester on terrace) Now they’re letting everybody in. There ain’t nowhere to go.
7:07 (Officer) Yeah.
7:09 (officer) This is. I think it’s… they’re going to trap everyone in
[voices of protesters to uniformed police filing by ‘we support you’]
7:22 circle highlights another suspected plainclothes cop
This video has been floating around for a few months, but since there no way of knowing which of the claims it was making were true, it had not been picked up by most news sources.
John Solomon had Rep Loudermilk on his show. Since he is chairman of the House Administration Subcommittee on Oversight, and running a probe into what went wrong on J6 and how it can be prevented in the future, he has some inside information.
Among that inside information is confirmation that those tapes are genuine bodycam footage from Capitol Police.
The Metropolitan Police Department in Washington D.C. has confirmed to Congress that it had plainclothes officers at the Capitol during the Jan. 6 riot and that at least one was captured on video exhorting the crowd, a key House investigator told Just the News.
Rep. Barry Loudermilk, R-Ga., the chairman of the House Administration Subcommittee on Oversight, said in wide-ranging interview Wednesday night that MPD body cam video that leaked onto the video platform Rumble is authentic and confirms that officers in plainclothes were at the riot. -JustTheNews
Considering what we see on that tape, that’s a serious bombshell in its own right.
Why are plainclothes cops encouraging protesters to climb the scaffolding despite their own repeated concerns that advancing further on police lines was a good way for someone to get shot?
Why are they actively encouraging a man with his bike to go join the fracas? If he listened to the invitation given by these officers, his life would have been forever ruined.
“Why is an officer encouraging people to climb the scaffolding and go into the Capitol? And secondly, why did the MPD Metropolitan Police support department decide to put undercover officers in the crowd? Was there intelligence that they had that was or was not passed on to the Capitol Police and what did the Capitol police do with that evidence, if they got it?” he added.
On May 16, Loudermilk wrote a letter to the MPD police chief requesting additional information about the officers that were present including the original body cam footage from all officers that were on-site at the Capitol that day and “all officer and department after action reports and after incident reports concerning the attack on the Capitol on January 6, 2021.”
He also requested “a list identifying all MPD officers on duty on January 6, 2021, who were engaged in activities concerning the restoration of civil order at or concerning the U.S. Capitol Complex, including their unit and any information on their assignment, and whether they were in uniform or plain clothes in their role as a law enforcement officer on January 6, 2021.” JustTheNews
If we are throwing cancer patients and senior citizens into solitary over the events of that day — with Biden’s DOJ planning on charging another thousand people with something like ‘seditious conspiracy’ — what possible innocent explanation is there for law enforcement dressed as protesters whipping the crowd to push further in?
How many OTHER feds were doing the same thing?
Was ANY of this protest actually organic at all? Or was just this another Gretchen Whitmer kidnapping entrapment scenario?
And why did the shoot the tear gas toward the middle or back of the crowd? Wouldn’t the instinct to get away push some protesters even further forward? Do these police not understand crowd dynamics? Or (worse) were they exploiting them to push a pre-ordained outcome?
This is precisely the moment in our history where we NEED to know that our law enforcement is on the level and not involved in a massive entrapment scheme.
Unfortunately, what credibility they had has been burned on the left by BLM anti-police activism and burned on the right by Comey and his pals in CrossFire Hurricane, the Mar-A-Lago raid, Hillary Clinton, and a thousand other examples.
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