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Attorney General Garland Won’t Deny Under Oath that Federal Agents May Have Incited January 6th


Something interesting happened this past week.

Attorney General Merrick Garland was questioned about January 6th.

Representative Thomas Massie from Kentucky had a straightforward question.

Were federal agents present at the January 6th protest at the Capitol Building?

Furthermore, did those federal agents incite the riot that led to the breach of the Capitol Building?

Well, here’s the interesting part:

AG Garland refused to answer under oath.

Now, I don’t know about you, but not answering is an answer.

If there were no federal agents present… if no federal agents agitated the crowd, then why wouldn’t Garland just say so?

But instead, he appeared to purposefully refuse to answer the question.


Don’t just take our word for it.

See the moment from the hearing for yourself:

You see, there was a man there named Ray Epps.

Epps has been accused of inciting and agitating the crowd to go into the Capitol Building.

On January 5, the night before the protest, Epps can be seen and heard in a video.

He’s telling people to storm the Capitol Building.

But here’s where things get interesting.

Trump supporters said “NO!”

Again and again, Trump voters thought it was a bad idea.

But Epps kept pushing this plan.

See him say it below:

But here’s where things really get interesting.

Ray Epps was dressed up in military gear.

And he happened to be at the fence the exact moment the barricades around the Capitol Building fell.

Keep in mind, Trump was still speaking at this time.

Hundreds of thousands of Trump supporters were still listening to Trump give his speech.

Trump himself encouraged a “peaceful” march to “cheer” our brave Senators.

Yet, Epps happened to be there the exact moment the barricades fell.

What are the odds?

See the moment it happened and notice Epps and how he appears to incite the crowd:

So has Epps been arrested?

Is he in jail with the other January 6th prisoners?


He has not been arrested or charged with anything, despite the fact that he is clearly on video!

The Sun confirms:

A NEW video of the January 6 Capitol riots has surfaced, showing a man who appears to be Ray Epps leading the crowd beyond the gates.

Charges have not been brought against Epps for the Capitol riots.


In a House oversight hearing on October 21, Attorney General Merrick Garland testified about the January 6 Capitol riots.

U.S. Rep. Thomas Massie of Kentucky questioned Garland about a video shown from the riots that appears to show Epps advocating for people to go into the Capitol.

The video was shown several times throughout Garland’s questioning, but he refused to respond.

“I’m not going to comment on an investigation that’s ongoing,” he said.

Massie posted a video of Garland testifying on Twitter and said, “I questioned Attorney General Garland about whether there were Federal Agents present on 1/6 and whether they agitated to go into the Capitol. Attorney-General Garland refused to answer.”

In the video that surfaced from the day before the Capitol riots, Epps is apparently heard saying, “We need to go into the Capitol.”

A spokesperson for Ray Epps did not respond to a request for comment in time for this article.

AZCentral reported Epps said he needed to see the video, but when sent a transcript of his comments, he said, “The only thing that meant is we would go in the doors like everyone else. It was totally, totally wrong the way they went in.”

Again, we want to point out two facts.

First, Epps appeared to be at the Capitol Building the moment of the breach:

Second, the night before the right, Epps was seen telling Trump supporters to go into the Capitol Building.

But listen to the crowd’s reaction.

They started screaming “NO!”

Some even chanted “Fed! Fed! Fed!” to warn others about Epps.

So what do you think?

Is there a reasonable explanation for this?


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