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WATCH: LEAKED VIDEO Shows Capitol Police Giving OK To Protestors To Peacefully Assemble On Jan 6th

New video evidence has emerged which shows The Capitol Police were willing to have the protestors assemble so long as they remained peaceful.


Looks like the narrative is shattering.

The more time goes on the more truth comes out about the protests which occured in The Capitol on January 6th.

This video is pretty eye opening to say the least, and there are reportedly more videos like it that The DOJ and other entities are trying to cover up from the public.

This video also corroborates earlier reports and accounts of protestors who claimed that The D.C. Police let them in the building, and that no one told them they couldn’t be there.

We need to demand justice for those falsely imprisoned under the false pretense of ‘insurrection’, and we need to set the record straight on this whole thing.

Here is what we currently know about the situation:

ABC News reported on this as early as Febuary 2021: 

At least 29 people arrested for their role in the Jan. 6 events have claimed they thought they were free to enter the Capitol because law enforcement authorities either didn't stop them from coming in or never told them they were not allowed to be there, according to affidavits and court filings reviewed by ABC News.   

"He was not at the front of the lines, he didn't see barricades being knocked down, he didn't see officers getting assaulted, he didn't see anything other than large crowds at the Capitol," Thomas Mayr, the lawyer for Christopher Grider, one of the people accused of participating in the riot, told ABC News. "He went through an open door."

Grider, of Texas, is one of dozens of suspected rioters who claimed to be unaware they were not allowed inside -- some of whom argued that they were actually ushered in by officers. He now faces multiple charges including violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds.

An earlier report from The New York Post seems to corroborate these other reports: 

A Capitol Police officer was seen politely holding the door for the pro-President Trump protesters to walk out of the building after they caused mayhem that forced lawmakers to barricade themselves inside.

Footage posted to Twitter showed an officer standing by as a stream of cheering protesters filed out of the historic building Wednesday after disrupting a joint session of Congress to certify the November presidential election.

“We made it! Woooo!” shouted one woman, who was carrying an American flag and wearing a Trump hat.


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