After FBI Hearing, January 6th Committee Member Swears Ray Epps Isn't a Fed In Convoluted Twitter Thread
The FBI has come under scrutiny as of late for its possible involvement in the January 6 riot that has caused nearly every Democrat to lose what few marbles they may have had left. Theories have formed surrounding the incident, preposing that the FBI may have played a pivotal role in inciting the events that unfolded.
FBI Executive Assistant Director Jill Sanborn came before the Senate Judiciary Committee on January 11, 2022, and was grilled by Senator Ted Cruz regarding this theory, asking her if the bureau participated in the riot and, if so, in what capacity. The Daily Wire has a brief transcript of the conversation, and Sanborn was less than forthcoming.
Sen. Ted Cruz: "Did any FBI agents or confidential informants actively participate in the events of January 6th? Yes or no?"\n\nFBI: "Sir, I can't answer that."pic.twitter.com/mjL6SeHWei— Steve Guest (@Steve Guest) 1641924968
But while the FBI covers for itself, the focus continues to be put on one man, Ray Epps, who was caught in several videos inciting people to riot and break into the capitol. And instead of having the FBI answer any real questions regarding Epps, Representative Kinzinger has taken it upon himself to dispel any “conspiracies” you may have heard.
2) He was on video the day before Jan 6 saying \u201cwe\u2019re going INTO the capitol!\u201d The some in the crowd chanted \u201cfed fed fed.\u201d Why? Who knows, maybe they knew he was videoed talking about breaking into the Capitol the day before it was to happen and wanted to create distance?— Adam Kinzinger (@Adam Kinzinger) 1641938843
4) He didn\u2019t enter the Capitol on Jan 6, and was removed from the most wanted list because apparently he broke no laws. I\u2019m pretty sure the FBI wouldn\u2019t be dumb enough to put their own agent on a wanted list. Ray Epps has cooperated with the Jan 6 committee and we thank him— Adam Kinzinger (@Adam Kinzinger) 1641938843
6) An FBI informant is someone that is paid by or turned by law enforcement as they build broader cases. Informants are usually criminals that turn to save their own butt. An informant is not an agent. But Ted wants you to think it is. RAY is NO informant either.— Adam Kinzinger (@Adam Kinzinger) 1641938844
While it may break hearts, it\u2019s true. So many are misled by so few. Just look up.— Adam Kinzinger (@Adam Kinzinger) 1641938845
Between Kinzinger’s back and forth, his jumping through mental hoops, you might find that he does nothing but cause more questions to come to mind.
Epps was caught on video inciting violence. Is that not enough for the government to lock him up? They’ve locked up others for less.
He says the FBI wouldn’t be dumb enough to put their own man on a wanted list, but they were dumb enough to get caught screwing prostitutes and organizing a kidnapping plot. Forgive me if I don’t believe the FBI is full of intellectual giants.
There’s more, but suffice it to say, Kinzinger looks to be grasping at whatever bullsh*t he can to provide cover—which is why he keep hedging his statements, “Let’s say Ray was an agent (HE IS NOT)”.
I’m pretty sure his buddy Ray played a special role in what happened. The way they’ve handled him serves to prove at least that much.
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