New J6 Pipe Bomb Video Raises More Questions about Federal Involvement

Seized contraband of plastic explosives and bomb components

Why has the FBI never arrested the person who planted pipe bombs outside the RNC and DNC headquarters in Washington, DC on January 5, 2021? They know who planted the bombs. They tracked him on the city’s draconian network of surveillance cameras and got his license plate number years ago. But still no arrest after all these years!

The FBI is still working overtime to arrest Trump supporters who protested the fake and stolen 2020 election. They’re even arresting people who stood on the public lawn outside the Capitol on January 6th. Those people didn’t even go into the building. They just stood outside on the grass, and now they’re being indicted on federal charges.

Meanwhile, the pipe bomber is still walking around free.

 

Congressman Thomas Massie (R-KY) obtained the surveillance video from outside the DNC on January 6th, right at the spot where the pipe bomb was planted. Both Secret Service agents and Metro PD officers were parked just feet away from the bomb when they were alerted to its presence.

What happens next in the video is so bizarre that it’s impossible to explain, without coming to the conclusion that a federal agent had planted the “bombs.”

Watch Tucker Carlson and Darren Beattie from Revolver News discuss this latest video from January 6th.


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