SHOW NOTES: Did the Feds INSTIGATE January 6?! Capitol Riot EXPOSED!
Something has always seemed fishy about the January 6 “riot.” We go over the latest and introduce you to Ray Epps. We also discuss how the “kidnapping plot” for Gov. Whitmer seems fishy, as well. HINT: The FBI is involved with both. Plus, are anti-Asian hate crimes on the rise again?
- A Thai model who just moved to the US was choked and robbed in the NYC subway. SOURCE: Daily Mail
- Police say, in NYC, anti-Asian crime has increased by 361% this year. SOURCE: The Hill
- Last week, 6 Bay-Area men were arrested for carrying out attacks on 70, yes 70, Asian women. SOURCE: SFist
- There's a campaign to carry yellow whistles to sound an alarm against rising anti-Asian violence. SOURCE: PhiladelphiaInquirer
- Here are some other examples of Asian hate attacks from 2021:
- Here are a few videos of Ray Epps from Jan 5 and 6. In October, Rep Thomas Massie from Kentucky played this video for AG Garland and questioned him about Epps. SOURCES: Twitter, Twitter
- Revolver News has published a few pieces on supposed Capitol rioter Ray Epps. Epps has not been indicted for ANYTHING, though he was clearly instigating the crowd. SOURCE: Revolver
- The FBI still has Ray’s picture up under “Seeking Information.” He is the last person to speak with Ryan Samsel, one of the first men to breach the fence. SOURCE: Twitter
- Ray Epps was also President of the Oath Keepers in Arizona. Additionally, he has extensive ties with Oathkeepers leader Stewart Rhodes. Although Rhodes was extremely active on Jan 6, he too has yet to be indicted. SOURCE: Archive
GOV WHITMER “KIDNAPPING” UPDATE
- Last week, Buzzfeed published a new article highlighting some challenges facing the prosecution. SOURCE: Buzzfeed
- One FBI agent involved was fired after being charged for beating his wife after a swingers party.
- Another agent was accused of perjury.
- A state prosecutor on the case was reassigned due to an audit of his past use of informants.
- Crucial informant Stephen Robeson has a rap sheet that includes fraud, assault, and sex with a minor, and he has also been an informant since the 1980s.
- Most recently, Robeson worked with the FBI to identify violent extremists online. He urged people to attend gun rallies and commit violent acts against elected officials.
- The FBI indicted him in March on gun charges, since, as a felon, he cannot use or own a gun. But Robeson only got 2 years probation and a $100 fine.
- FBI Agent Jayson Chambers owns a company called Exeintel. The company is described as a “unique cyberintelligence team” that uses “undercover online personas” to identify terrorist threats.
- The Twitter account “Ravagiing”, which identified itself as the CEO of Exeintel, tweeted about Michigan before the kidnapping plot story broke.
- On Sep 24, 2020: “Always silent until I’m not. Soon. MICHIGAN. Soon.”
- On Oct 7, 2020: “Don’t worry Michigan I told ya a LOT more coming soon.”
- And just a reminder, the plot included:
- 14 private citizens who have been charged
- 12 FBI informants
- At least 2 FBI Agents
- NIH Director sings
- California's indoor mask mandate
- South Korea tightens virus curbs to fight record case surge
- Netherlands enters strict lockdown amid Omicron surge
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