Congressman Clay Higgins (R-LA) unveiled bombshell new evidence on the January 6 mostly peaceful election protest during a committee hearing this week. Higgins was abruptly cut off by Democrats in the hearing, because the proof that he unveiled changes everything.
A year ago, when crooked FBI Director Chris Wray testified before Congress, Rep. Higgins asked him whether there were any feds in the crowd on January 6. Wray stonewalled and didn’t really answer the question.
This week, Higgins asked him again. This time, Wray threw up a strawman argument and claimed that no FBI agents, employees, or informants caused any violence on January 6 (that wasn’t what Higgins asked, obviously).
That was when Higgins brought out bombshell new evidence. Higgins spent his entire career in law enforcement, both in the military and in civilian life. He put those investigative skills to work and came up with an idea that the FBI and the rest of the spooks in the federal government didn’t think of.
Higgins obtained surveillance footage from the DC transit station from the early morning of January 6th. Guess what showed up in the early a.m. that day?
Multiple “ghost buses” owned by the FBI, which were loaded with people dressed like Trump supporters. These were not DC transit system buses—they were fed vehicles painted all white to disguise them. And Higgins says this evidence is just the tip of the iceberg: