A new report takes a closer look at why the New York Times tried to garner sympathy for January 6th protestor Ray Epps. They’ve never written any piece showing any kind of empathy towards any other January 6th protester, so why do so for Epps? Questions have also risen about Epps’ alleged involvement with the FBI and any ties the agency might have had to planning or exacerbating the Jan. 6 Capitol Building riot.
It has become clear that Epps and likely other FBI agents were among the crowd that entered the Capitol on that important day—even the Trump-hating New York Times admits that much. But much is unknown about why they were there in the first place, who assigned them, and what their goals were for Jan. 6.
Was the real goal only for information, or was there something more active about the roles and goals of the FBI and Jan. 6? The FBI doesn’t even want to acknowledge any involvement, but the evidence has all but forced the agency to admit at least some connection.
Now the focus has become on what that focus was and who ordered it. The answers could change everything about the narrative regarding what took place between Trump’s event and those storming the Capitol.
If you’re still uncertain what happened on Jan. 6, who is to blame and what should happen next, this is a video you need to see. Plus, you won’t hear this information in mainstream media, so take a moment and check it out now to be up-to-date on the latest details.