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DEA Whistleblower: FBI Told Me to Enter Capitol on J6; Now Faces 15 Years in Prison Even Though He Didn’t Enter


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A former DEA agent-turned-whistleblower has come forward.

Mark Ibrahim was fired from the DEA for the events of January 6.

He was charged as part of the “riot” and “mob.”

But here’s were things get interesting.

Ibrahim claims he was told by an FBI informant to “break into the Capitol.”

No… not just one time.

Instead, he claims the FBI allegedly “urged” Ibrahim multiple times to break into the Capitol Building.

If this is true, then it will help unravel the truth about what happened on January 6, 2021.

More details below:

Now we have a very simple question:

If January 6 was truly the result of a pro-Trump mob that turned into a riot, then why did the FBI have to urge a DEA agent to break into the Capitol Building?

How does that make any sense?

And why does he now face 15 years in prison, when he didn’t even step foot inside the Capitol Building?

The Daily Mail confirms:

A former Drug Enforcement Agency official faces up to 15 years in prison over the January 6 riot at the US Capitol, despite his insistence that he never entered the building.

Mark Ibrahim, an Army veteran who was fired from the DEA over his participation in the events of January 6, spoke out in Tuesday’s episode of Fox News host Tucker Carlson’s series on the fallout from the riot.

Ibrahim made the explosive claim that he was invited to attend Donald Trump’s ‘Stop The Steal’ rally by an FBI informant he knew from his military service, who subsequently urged him to join the mob breaking into the Capitol, which he refused.

Carlson claimed to have confirmed this by speaking to the alleged informant, whom he did not name. His controversial series ‘Patriot Purge’ on the streaming service Fox Nation has drawn strong reactions for depicting the law enforcement response to the riot as a political purge.

Federal prosecutors accuse Ibrahim of bringing his duty weapon and badge to the Capitol grounds and brazenly displaying them, and of illegally climbing on a monument to deliver a ‘monologue,’ according to charging documents.

Photos appear to show Ibrahim displaying his badge and weapon outside the Capitol, but the FBI alleged that he told investigators that the weapon and credentials were ‘never exposed’ during the riot ‘that I know of’.

‘They labeled me a domestic terrorist, I just want to see peace and unity,’ Ibrahim said in the new interview.

‘Because I’ve seen it in foreign countries, between Sunni and Shia, open violence in the streets. It’s a sad and scary thing,’ he said, referring to opposing religious factions in the Muslim world.

‘I’m afraid that if this division and dehumanizing continues, that’s where America is headed, and I pray that never happens,’ Ibrahim said.

Ibrahim is charged with making false statements to federal agents, entering restricted grounds with a firearm, injuring or climbing on a statue, and carrying a firearm on Capitol grounds.

Ibrahim is trying to bring his case to the public.

Why?

Because public support will help make this a national story and prevent any injustice from being done.

Ibrahim is part of Tucker Carlson’s latest documentary.

In his documentary, Carlson reveals what actually happened on January 6.

You can watch an exclusive clip below:

If convicted, Ibrahim will spend 15 years of his life in prison.

Does that sound fair?

He didn’t hurt anyone.

He didn’t even enter the building, despite the fact that an FBI informant urged him to do so.

The Western Journal confirms this massive news:

A former Drug Enforcement Agency official faces up to 15 years in prison over his alleged role at the U.S. Capitol despite never entering the Capitol Building.

Mark Ibrahim, an Army veteran who was fired from the DEA over his involvement in the Capitol incursion, shared the information during an episode Tucker Carlson’s original series on the aftermath of Jan. 6.

Ibrahim claimed he was invited to Trump’s rally on Jan. 6 by an FBI informant. He also said the informant later invited him to enter the Capitol Building, but that he refused to enter.

“They labeled me a domestic terrorist, I just want to see peace and unity,” Ibrahim said during the interview on Carlson’s new program.

“Because I’ve seen it in foreign countries, between Sunni and Shia, open violence in the streets. It’s a sad and scary thing,” he added.

Ibrahim also said he was concerned about America experiencing the same conflict as he has seen in Middle Eastern nations.

“I’m afraid that if this division and dehumanizing continues, that’s where America is headed, and I pray that never happens,” Ibrahim said.

Ibrahim has been charged with making false statements to federal agents, entering restricted grounds with a firearm, injuring or climbing on a statue, and carrying a firearm on Capitol grounds, according to a report by the Daily Mail.

Tucker’s new “Patriot Purge” series on Fox Nation has drawn much controversy over its focus on the rights of Americans being violated following their involvement in Jan. 6 in Washington, D.C.

Let us know what you think.

Is Ibrahim guilty?

Or does he deserve to live the rest of his life as a free man?

Let us know in the comments below.

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