Liberals are having a rotten week. They just found out that the FBI confirmed Once and Future President Donald Trump did NOT incite the barbarian invasion of the Capitol Building on January 6. Neither did Roger Stone, Alex Jones, or the My Pillow guy, Mike Lindell. The bureau finally admitted that they don’t have a single shred of evidence there was an organized plot. Even more important, there was no “seditious conspiracy or racketeering.” What there was is entrapment. Lots and lots of entrapment.
FBI flubs biased investigation
The FBI just released some shocking revelations in the form of a report to Congress. Some of what’s in it was leaked to Reuters. They couldn’t find a shred of evidence “that the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol was the result of an organized plot to overturn the presidential election result.” At least, that’s what Reuters is saying.
They have “four current and former law enforcement officials” who filled them in over drinks. They can’t divulge their identities but they “have been either directly involved in or briefed regularly on the wide-ranging investigations.”
The feds ruined the lives of “more than 570 alleged participants” but at this point, the bureau “believes the violence was not centrally coordinated by far-right groups or prominent supporters of then-President Donald Trump.”
It may, however have been coordinated by the FBI. The Federal Bureau of Instigation most certainly did NOT release any evidence to support that theory and the report carefully sidesteps the Deep State issue entirely.
Many conservatives believe that Christopher Wray is lurking behind the Guy Fawkes mask and using the “QAnon” collective as an entrapment breeding ground for domestic terrorists. The FBI allegedly can set them up like bowling pins and bust them “on Q,” any time they need a false flag event.
The informants say little, if any, recent discussion by senior Justice Department officials has happened about “filing charges” such as “seditious conspiracy” or to “accuse defendants of trying to overthrow the government.”
No grand scheme
According to the rats, the FBI determined that “ninety to ninety-five percent of these are one-off cases. Then you have five percent, maybe, of these militia groups that were more closely organized. But there was no grand scheme with Roger Stone and Alex Jones and all of these people to storm the Capitol and take hostages.”
Stone may be a dirty trickster and Jones may run a conspiracy-driven radio show and webcast, but they aren’t the insurrectionists that Nancy Pelosi would like them to be. They set themselves up as perfect patsies with “pro-Trump events in Washington on Jan. 5, the day before the riot” but didn’t cross any lines. “Darn!” Democrats exclaim.
The FBI did find that “cells of protesters,including followers of the far-right Oath Keepers and Proud Boys groups” were breeding in the psychological warfare petri dish but decided they didn’t really want to talk about that.
It seems these individuals were also heavily influenced by QAnon. Yes, they “had aimed to break into the Capitol” but they were doing it right on “Q.” The short-bus “on the spectrum” types had no clue what to do once they got inside.
The FBI did allege that “one Proud Boy leader recruited members and urged them to stockpile bulletproof vests and other military-style equipment in the weeks before the attack.”
What they don’t say is he was heavily influenced by Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio, who “has a past as an informer for federal and local law enforcement, repeatedly working undercover for investigators after he was arrested in 2012,” as Reuters reported separately. This assessment could force the bureau to rip the mask off QAnon. Then, it will be really interesting to see who’s behind it.