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WATCH: High Quality Video CLEARLY Shows Capitol Police Ushering Protestors Into The Building


Ladies and gentlemen, here it is….more damning evidence, the definitive damning evidence…

The Capitol Police willingly let the January 6th protestors into the building. Now, you and I have already known this for some time, but the videos we had were a little grainy, they weren’t of the best quality.

However, there is now a new video, and it shows in stunning detail that these police officers voluntarily let peaceful protestors into the building…

Everything about their demeanor and their physical stance corroborates this.

There is now absolutely no doubt that these police officers did not feel threatened—not in the slightest bit. There is absolutely no doubt that they willingly let these people in….

Take a look:

The Gateway Pundit dissected the video, and featured Alan Dershowitz’s response:

“This video is very convincing, very persuasive,” said Knowlton’s famous attorney Alan Dershowitz (one of the attorneys in the J6 “Dream Team” Knowlton has assembled) in an interview with The Gateway Pundit.

“In the very least the video shows that a reasonable person could believe that he or she was not being stopped or prevented from going in. At the most it shows that the police were welcoming him in.”


According to CNN, 21 GOP members voted against giving the Congressional Gold Medal to the Capitol Police officers. Which makes sense, why would they? The Capitol Police willingly let peaceful protestors into the building:

The final vote in the House on Tuesday was 406-21. The number of House Republicans voting against the bill nearly doubled since the first time a version of the bill came to the House floor, as the vote when the bill first passed the House in March was 413-12.

Republican Rep. Lance Gooden of Texas was the only GOP member to vote no in March and change his vote to yes this time around.


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