The Senate hearing with several FBI bigwigs this week unraveled in a hurry when Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) started asking questions that the feds obviously didn’t want to answer about the January 6, 2021, peaceful Capitol protest. “I can’t tell you that,” suddenly became the FBI’s go-to answer to every question, after Cruz asked how many FBI agents and/or informants were there that day.
It was already obvious to most of us by now that the protest was largely an FBI false flag. The fact that they won’t answer any questions to this day about Ray Epps tells you a lot.
Epps was the dude encouraging people to go “into the Capitol” on January 6, and who was on the FBI’s Most Wanted list for a short time. But when people started asking whether Epps was in fact a fed, he vanished from the Most Wanted list and was never charged with a crime. Best of all, when Cruz asked about Ray Epps, the FBI said they’d never heard of him.
Never heard of him? He was only #17 on the Most Wanted list after the protests! The whole thing was a false flag to allow the Biden regime to demonize Trump supporters as terrorists. Good to know.