As the first prime-time hearing of the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol gaveled in, Fox News host Tucker Carlson opened his show Thursday by bragging about his network not carrying the proceedings live on its main cable channel.
“This is the only hour on an American news channel that won’t be covering their propaganda live,” Carlson said of the committee. “They are lying and we are not going to help them do it.”
There were multiple reports of Capitol Police throwing two flashbangs into a crowd of completely peaceful Americans citizens protesting a fraudulent election on January 6.
It is alleged that these first two flashbangs were thrown into the crowd 15-20 minutes before any violence started.
Is this the proper way to use stun grenades on a peaceful crowd of protestors?
The identity of Ray Epps was known shortly after January 6, but Mr. Epps has never been charged or prosecuted.
He was recorded on the night of Jan. 5, telling crowds of Trump supporters, “Tomorrow, we need to go into the Capitol!”
The crowd then broke out into chants of “FED! FED! FED!”
Ray was also recorded standing next to known antifa member John Sullivan who infiltrated the crowd of Trump supporters and was later paid by CNN for his footage of the events.
On Jan. 6, Ray is recorded guiding Trump supporters towards the Capitol before whispering into the ear of the first protestor who pushed past the Capitol police.
Leftist groups referred to Ray Epps as #BigMAGACamo, #CrowdControl, and #FEDBoomer on social media.
Is Ray Epps an undercover fed?
No One Died at The Capitol
Let’s flash back to 10 months ago when we covered this little gem: