To this day, we still haven’t got all the answers to the big questions regarding what happened on January 6 last year.
I think that there isn’t just one answer to this question because I think several things happened that day. Much of what happened doesn’t fit the mainstream narrative.
However, one of the most suspicious acts that occurred around that day was everything that Ray Epps did.
This week, the FBI National Security Branch Executive Assistant Director Jill Sanborn was testifying to a Senate committee regarding what involvement law enforcement played in the January 6 incident.
Here’s a question: why is it so hard to find out whether or not Ray Epps is a federal agent or if he was a federal agent? If this were anyone else on the entire planet, they would know everything about him and would either be denouncing his involvement
Ted Cruz hit the nail right on the head when he asked Sanborn about how it is that Ray Epps magically disappeared from the FBI’s wanted list without explanation.
“Shortly thereafter the FBI put out a public post seeking information on individuals connected with violent crimes on January 6th. Among those individuals on the bottom there is Mr. Epps. The FBI publicly asked for information identifying, offering cash rewards for information leading to arrest. This was arrested and then some time later, magically Mr. Epps disappeared from the public posting. According to public records, Mr. Epps has not been charged with anything. No one’s explained why a person videoed urging people to go to the Capitol. A person whose conduct was so suspect the crowd believed he was a fed would magically disappear from the list of people the FBI was looking at. Ms. Sanborn, a lot of Americans are concerned that the federal government deliberately encouraged illegal and violent conduct on January 6th. My question to you, and this is not an ordinary law enforcement question. This is a question of a public accountability. Did federal agents or those in service to federal agents encourage violent and criminal conduct on January 6th?”
Hate @TedCruz all you want but these questions about FBI's role in 1/6 are vital: because it's what FBI did in the 1st War on Terror and with the Whitmer case, but also because there's ample evidence they did it here. The media's indifference is shameful:pic.twitter.com/68114jle6A
— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) January 11, 2022
The question remains, who is Ray Epps and how did he get off of the FBI’s wanted list of criminals that the FBI sought without explanation even though he is seen on video encouraging violence?