The January 6 plot thickens. Police records obtained by The Epoch Times called “First Amendment Demonstrations” proves there were undercover “members” from the D.C. Metropolitan Police Dept. (MPD) embedded among the January 6 protestors. Special plainclothes Electronic Surveillance Units (ESUs) joined the protestors and shot video surveillance footage. This isn’t really surprising to anyone paying attention but it’s nice to see it finally acknowledged.
FACT-O-RAMA! In 2016, the MPD purchased 2,800 body cams.
The question is, who WASN’T embedded with the marchers?
FAST FACTS — What We Know
- BLM activist John Sullivan was arrested for entering the Capitol. He was also caught on tape encouraging violence. Authorities are NOT holding him.
- The mysterious “Ray Epps” is seen on video calling for protesters to enter the Capitol but hasn’t been arrested.
- Other people have been caught on video passing out weapons to Trump supporters.
- Jeremy Brown was recruited to spy on the Oath Keepers. He refused to do so, was arrested, and is detained indefinitely.
J. Michael Waller is a senior analyst for Strategy at the Center for Security Policy. He is also President of Georgetown Research, which is a political risk and private intelligence firm in Washington, D.C. He believes January 6 was a well-orchestrated inside job and wrote about it. He is also asking questions that need to be answered.
“Are they using private contractors? Are they using political volunteers?” Waller asked. “Are [they] using paid agents of different types? We don’t know. This is something the public has a right to know and we need to get to the bottom of it.”
Julie Kelly, a senior contributor for American Greatness and author of January 6: How Democrats Used the Capitol Protest to Launch a War on Terror Against the Political Right, has long alleged January 6 was an inside job. She has reported that the crowd of protestors was peaceful until police started using tear gas and other non-lethal means of crowd restraint.