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Jacob Chansley “QAnon Shaman” Reads President Trump’s Tweet to “Go Home In Peace” In J6 Footage


On Monday, Tucker Carlson released J6 footage that destroyed the fake narrative claiming that day was a ‘violent insurrection.’

One segment featured Jacob Chansley, otherwise known as the “QAnon Shaman,” being escorted around the halls of the Capitol by police.

New J6 Footage Shows Capitol Police Escorted “QAnon Shaman” to US Senate Chamber

As Carlson noted, Capitol police helped Chansley and acted as his tour guides.

“According to our review of the internal surveillance video, it’s very clear what happened once he got inside,” Carlson stated.

“Virtually every moment of his time inside the Capitol was caught on tape. The tapes show that Capitol police never stopped Jacob Chansley.”

“Capitol police officers take him to multiple entrances and even try to open locked doors for him. We counted at least nine officers who were within touching distance of unarmed Jacob Chansley,” Carlson explained.

“Not one of them even tried to slow him down.”

Watch the footage aired by Carlson Monday night:

Additional J6 footage surfaced Thursday evening that obliterates the narrative that Chansley was a 'violent insurrectionist.'

Chansley called for everyone there to be peaceful.

He never committed an act of violence.

Video footage shows Chansley reading a tweet from President Trump calling for protestors to "go home in peace."

“President Donald Trump has asked everybody to go home! So what are we going to do? We are going to obey our president, we are going to do what he asks for, and we are going to go home,” said Chansley.

"We are not Antifa!" he added.

Here's the footage:

Recall that Twitter took down this message from President Trump on J6 calling for protestors to "go home in peace."

"You have to go home now. We have to have peace. We have to have law & order. We have to respect our great people in law & order. We don't want anybody hurt," Trump said.

"We can't play into the hands of these people. We have to have peace. So go home, we love you, you're very special."

"Go home and go home in peace," Trump added.


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