NEW EVIDENCE: Leaked Video Reveals D.C. Cops Were the Actual 'Rioters' and Instigators at January 6 Protest -
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NEW EVIDENCE: Leaked Video Reveals D.C. Cops Were the Actual ‘Rioters’ and Instigators at January 6 Protest

A new leaked video reveals that at least one police officer in Washington, D.C., and possibly others, acted as apparent agent provocateurs on January 6.

They disguised themselves as protesters, climbed the scaffolding outside the Capitol Building, and encouraged the protesters to head toward the iconic building.

You can see the video at the end of this article.

Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-Ga.) has raised the question regarding an authenticated GoPro video, which shows police officers identified as intelligence officers actively inciting the crowd of protesters instead of intervening to prevent the assault on the Capitol.

In a particular moment captured on the video, the unidentified police officer equipped with the camera said to another officer he thought the idea was to lead people into the Capitol Building and trap them there.

Based on the undercover officer’s observation, one can infer that there was intelligence indicating a planned attack on the Capitol, and it appears that the police’s response was to allow it to happen while documenting the events.

When another alleged officer on the video saw people climbing the scaffolding, he told the officer with the GoPro: “That’s dangerous. Somebody’s going to get shot.”

A third alleged officer said: “They’re not going to shoot anybody.” Yet, they encouraged and participated in the dangerous activity.

As the group of officers worked their way through the crowd and to the scaffolding, they joined in with the protesters’ chants: “Whose house? Our house!”

Rep. Barry Loudermilk told the “Just the News, No Noise TV” show:

“We know that it is one of their officers and at one point he is encouraging, and it appears he’s encouraging. He’s definitely helping people climb the scaffolding, and he’s telling them ‘go, go, go.'”

“Why is an officer encouraging people to climb the scaffolding and go into the Capitol? 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 wondered.

Here’s the video…


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