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Another Piece Of Evidence Raises Serious Questions About Ray Epps


Is Ray Epps an F.B.I. informant?

Many would say yes and I don’t think his particular set of circumstances is helping his case at all—if he isn’t an F.B.I. informant then he may just be the luckiest ‘insurrectionist’ in America.

Epps has been documented in numerous videos trying to get people to storm the Capitol, and to my knowledge, he is the only one with such an extensive presence in the January 6th saga.

Epps’ behavior was so suspect that at one point he was shouted down as a ‘fed’ by an enormous crowd surrounding him.

Other sources also claim that Epps was on an FBI most wanted database but that his name has since been quietly removed…

Now we are seeing reports surface that Epps instructed his son on how to use a tourniquet ahead of the January 6th protests.

These sources claim that Epps advised his son on this because of the danger posed by a potential bomb exploding in or near the Capitol.

How can this guy be innocent of any charges while others, who have a much lighter or ambiguous role in the protests, languish in prison?

If anything, Epps should have been the prime suspect, but the federal authorities seem to be eerily comfortable and downright dismissive of Epps’ role in the riots.

Given all this evidence and these extremely unusual circumstances, I can only assume that Epps remains a free man precisely because he works with the feds…

Here’s what we currently know:

The Epoch Times broke the story:

“‘There’s gonna be a lot of people there. And there’s going to be people that want to hurt people,’” the junior Epps quoted his father saying. “‘If there’s people that want to hurt people, there’s going to be people that get hurt.

“‘If there’s something that happens, you guys need to know that you need to help each other,’ and he grabs the gauze and he’s, you know, he’s a military man and he pulled out the tourniquets and says, ‘I want to show you guys how to use this if something happens, you got to help other people.’”


Becker News adds:

Inexplicably, Ray Epps’ name and photograph was #16 on the FBI’s “Most Wanted” list, before it was quietly scrubbed.

Not only was Epps never charged, he was even brought before Nancy Pelosi’s partisan J6 committee , despite his suspect activities prior to the attack on the Capitol.

In newly obtained interview transcripts with the FBI, Epps actually told the bureau that he expected a bomb would go off near the Capitol building.


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