Video Reveals Qanon Shaman Trying to Get Protesters to Leave the Capitol on January 6

Well, here’s a video that you’re likely to never see on the mainstream media. It’s a newly surfaced video of the so-called Qanon Shaman, Jacob Chansley, at the US Capitol during the January 6 election justice protest. This should put the final nail in the coffin for any doubters who still think Chansley was somehow leading an “insurrection.”

Chansley, age 41, was one of the first and most visible of the January 6 protesters to be railroaded by federal prosecutors. He was sentenced to nearly four years in prison, despite the fact that he never committed any violent acts.

Chansley was only released from prison early because Tucker Carlson revealed video showing that Capitol police had acted as Chansley’s tour guide as he walked through the building. At one point, Chansley is within arm’s length of no fewer than six police officers and no one sought to detain him.

 

Jacob Chansley never should have gone to prison in the first place. It was only because prosecutors lied to a DC jury that they were able to get a conviction against him. The US Attorney’s office refused to let Chansley’s attorney see the footage that Tucker Carlson revealed.

Here’s another clip of Chansley that no one has seen before. This is what happened after Chansley peacefully left the Senate chambers and went back outside:


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