Have you heard the name Ray Epps?
You may not have, given there’s a complete blackout from the MSM.
But Tucker broke the story wide open and now it’s getting out there.
Let me bring you up to speed…
For all the innocent people out there being persecuted for J6, people who are just good, patriotic Americans who walked into the Capitol Building after the doors were OPENED FROM THE INSIDE…
Mind you, these are doors that weigh several thousand pounds and are electronically locked…
Doors that are nearly impossible outside of military-grade weapons to break into…
These doors were opened from the inside and police waived normal, patriotic Americans into the Capitol Building and now many of them are facing extreme persecution that is not American and not Constitutional by any stretch of the imagination…
While THESE Americans are being attacked, one man did much worse and he hasn’t been touched.
His name, or the name he uses at least, is Ray Epps.
And video after video exists of him actually inciting people to an “insurrection”…
So has Ray Epps been charged?
Not as far as anyone can tell.
Which of course leads many to question whether he was a Fed planted to push the narrative they wanted.
Watch this short clip as Kash and Devin Nunes break it all down on Rumble:
As I mentioned above, Tucker has done an excellent job exposing this.
Watch his breakdown of everything here:
Tucker's SHOCKING expose on Corporate Media's cover-up of Ray Epps will make your jaw DROP to the floor😳 pic.twitter.com/8nZ13bdwyx
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) July 18, 2022
Here is more video of Epps:
I found another angle of Ray Epps pushing the sign into police. Not only is he still pushing as the sign makes contact with officers, but he also then puts his hands on the backs of others in front of him and pushes them forward (like in a rugby scrum) to overwhelm the police. pic.twitter.com/Kh5xSbg9c3
— 🇺🇸 (@FreeStateWill) July 12, 2022
This is the most prevalent opinion out there:
Ray Epps isn't in jail because feds do not arrest feds.
— Red Leather Brawler (@RLBrawler) July 17, 2022
And neither option is good:
There’s no logical way to defend Ray Epps.
If he’s a fed, then January 6 was entrapment. If he’s not, then he criminally incited the events that transpired.
— Chase Geiser (@realchasegeiser) July 15, 2022
MTG is on it as well, story is NOT going away:
The NYT can’t lie about Ray Epps and call it a conspiracy theory when Ray Epps is on video organizing the events of J6 that has led to the worst federal government abuse of power in American history.@nytimes this isn’t freedom of press, it’s lying. You aren’t protected to lie. https://t.co/8GfqaHYFnA
— Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene🇺🇸 (@RepMTG) July 14, 2022
If Ray Epps isn't a fed, then why isn't the man, who is on video multiple times encouraging insurrection, including during the first barricade violence at the Capitol, facing no charges and not in jail?
— Tim Young (@TimRunsHisMouth) July 14, 2022
And from Wendy Rogers:
I want to hear from Ray Epps… Who told him to do this? pic.twitter.com/2JQeiMDKfl
— Wendy Rogers (@WendyRogersAZ) July 13, 2022
Ray Epps might not be a fed, in which case the question is why isn’t he facing charges? Or Ray Epps might be a fed in which case his not facing charges makes complete sense. So which is it? Funny how neither the @nytimes nor the #January6thCommittee can clear this up for us
— Dinesh D'Souza (@DineshDSouza) July 14, 2022
And a backup of the Tucker clip:
Tucker Carlson Breaking Down The NYT Ray Epps Puff Piece & The Questions That Remain About Ray Epps
"This is highly strange, & if you're going to spend more than a year looking into January 6th & you ignore this, then it's more than strange. It's an indictment of your motives." pic.twitter.com/a5VlaumJeQ
— The Columbia Bugle 🇺🇸 (@ColumbiaBugle) July 15, 2022