Capturing the False Flag

What really happened at the Capitol on Jan. 6?

Since Jan. 6, when hundreds of protesters breached Capitol security as Congress certified Joe Biden's ostensible Presidential victory, the prevailing narrative blamed President Donald Trump and his supporters for the subsequent mayhem.

But as facts come to light, a different picture emerges.

Evidence suggests that Antifa staged the breach to discredit Trump and his supporters. Trump's opponents then would manipulate the disorder to justify another impeachment attempt and repress his supporters further.

In the ensuing bedlam, however, federal agents who penetrated Antifa took valuable information -- including a laptop belonging to Rep. Nancy Pelosi, the Speaker of the House.

Antifa's own infiltration of Trump's supporters would fit its modus operandi, as this flier for a planned riot before Election Day clearly illustrates:

"Antifa Comrades! On Nov. 4, don't forget to disguise yourselves as Patriots/Trump supporters: Wear MAGA hats, USA flags, 3%er insignia. A convincing police uniform is even better!

"This way, police and patriots responding to us won't know who their enemies are, and the onlookers and the media will think there are Trump supporters rioting. So it's harder to turn popular opinion against us."

During the mayhem in the Capitol, Paul Sperry -- the former Washington bureau chief for Investors Business Daily and a fellow at the Hoover Institution -- issued this tweet:

"BREAKING: Former FBI agent on the ground at U.S. Capitol just texted me and confirmed that at least 1 'bus load' of Antifa thugs infiltrated peaceful Trump demonstrators as part of a false Trump flag ops."

The next day, the New York Post reported that two Antifa members dressed as Trump supporters participated in the bedlam:

"The Antifa members disguised themselves with pro-Trump clothing to join in the DC rioting, said the sources, who spotted the infiltrators while monitoring video coverage from the Capitol.

"The infiltrators were recognized due to their participation in New York City demonstrations, and were believed to have joined in the rioting so that Trump would get blamed, the source said."

Another disguised agitator was John Sullivan, founder of Insurgence USA, a left-wing group dedicated "to empower and uplifting (sic) black and indigenous voices" while "forming a rainbow coalition...to fight for liberation and freedom," said its website.

That message matches Black Lives Matter's rhetoric. So does the embrace of violence, which Sullivan demonstrated while expressing his antipathy to Trump at a BLM rally in Washington in August.

"We've got to (fornicating) rip Trump out of that office right over there," Sullivan said while pointing at the White House. "We ain't about to (fornicating) wait until the next election. We're about to go get that (maternal fornicator).

"Because you know what time it is. I want y'all to repeat after me. It's time for a revolution! It's time for a revolution! It's time for a revolution!"

Sullivan participated in the Capitol melee while wearing a Trump hat and posing as a journalist. He even admitted the subterfuge on camera.

"It's all fake," Sullivan said. "I learned that (excrement) already. I am going to wear a Trump hat. I am going to wear a Trump hat. I bought one today. I was wearing a Trump hat at that Trump rally during the daytime because I was, like, 'No, that (excrement) ain't' happening, bro.'

"Oh yeah, I was just a journalist but I use that all the time. 'Yeah, I'm just a journalist. I am just recording.' I've got my camera on my shoulder. Literally, I have this big camera on my shoulder."

Though the FBI originally released Sullivan after questioning him, the bureau later arrested him. 

FBI Agent Matthew Foulger stated in an affidavit that Sullivan not only participated in the mayhem but encouraged others to do so, as he shouted in celebratory fashion, "We've got to get this (excrement) burned! We did this (excrement)! We took this (excrement)! It's our house, (maternal fornicators)!"

Per Foulger's affidavit, Sullivan even told police officers in the Capitol, "The people have spoken. You've got to stand down. You're putting yourself in harm's way."

A Twitter thread of screenshots from Sullivan's Discord account reveals his role as an agitator and Antifa's infiltration. One screenshot features a map from a signals intelligence team allied with Antifa that shows the locations of Federal buildings and military positions. Another includes this comment: "There were tons of Antfia (sic) member (sic) but why would they rat themselves out?" A third boasts that "a large sum of anti-Trumpers" constituted the mob.

The thread also shows that Sullivan, who calls himself "Jayden X" on the account, planned to do more than infiltrate. It included screenshots of weapons and body armor, and instructions on how to use burner phones and to make wipes as chemical weapons.

Law enforcement knew about Antifa's plans. John Solomon, a former investigative reporter for The Hill and the founder of Justthenews.com, made an astounding statement on Eric Greitens' podcast, "Actionable Intelligence."

"There is a significant amount of evidence beginning to emerge that the Capitol Police, the NYPD and the FBI had prior warning of an attack on the Capitol," Solomon said. "They knew some of the people. They knew some of the things that were being said, even about killing cops. It was serious enough to warn the Joint Terrorism Task Force.

"That has several repercussions. How did the leaders of Congress react to this intel? Did it get to them? Did Nancy Pelosi know?"

But the sergeants-at-arms for both houses of Congress ignored six warnings from Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund. Starting Jan. 4, Sund implored both men to allow him to ask D.C.'s National Guard to be deployed as potential support for his police.

“If we would have had the National Guard, we could have held (protesters) at bay longer, until more officers from our partner agencies could arrive,” Sund told the Washington Post

But the Post reported the following:

"House Sergeant at Arms Paul Irving said he wasn’t comfortable with the 'optics' of formally declaring an emergency ahead of the demonstration, Sund said. Meanwhile, Senate Sergeant at Arms Michael Stenger suggested that Sund should informally seek out his Guard contacts, asking them to 'lean forward' and be on alert in case Capitol Police needed their help."

In his role as chief, Sund reports to both sergeants-at-arms, who have constant contact with the House Speaker and Senate Majority Leader.

Moreover, Solomon said that South Carolina Rep. James Clyburn, a Democrat, raised the possibility that "people on the inside" helped protesters "to learn the Capitol, to have maps of the Capitol, to know how to get around the Capitol."

As FrontPage Magazine reported in "The Ultimate Betrayal," people with local connections believed the ensuing chaos reflected inside planning.

"I used to be a contractor in STRATCOM," Chloe Fenix tweeted. "From the response and level of security there I’d be hard pressed to believe that the Capital wasn’t similar. They let this happen."

If "they" let it happen, it would reflect the modus operandi of Hillary Clinton's 2016 Presidential campaign. Clinton -- in conjunction with the Democratic National Committee, consultants and advocacy groups -- hired agitators to infiltrate Trump's rallies and instigate incidents that would embarrass and discredit his campaign.

Project Veritas uncovered that plan in the first of two undercover videos released in 2016, "Rigging the Election."

Scott Foval, a consultant and regional coordinator for People For the American Way at the time, explained how the agitators worked.

"There's a script," Foval said. "There's a script of engagement. They're starting confrontations in the line. They're not starting confrontations in the rally because once they're in the rally, they're under the Secret Service's control. When they're outside the rally, the media will cover it no matter where it happens.

"The key is initiating the conflict by having leading conversations with people who are naturally psychotic." 

Agitators also could provoke conflict, Foval said, by waving signs or wearing T-shirts.

"You can message to draw them out, and draw them out to punch you," Foval said. "We know that Trump's people will freak the (fornication) out, his security team will freak the (fornication) out and his supporters will lose their (excrement).

Several such incidents forced Trump to cancel a rally in Chicago in March 2016.

"We have to have people prepared to go wherever these events are, which means we have to have central agitator training," Foval said. "We have a built-in group of people in D.C. who do this."

Did such a group, working with or independently of Antifa, infiltrate Trump's supporters Jan. 6? If so, did the Democratic Party organize such agitation, as Foval admitted it did in 2016?

"We are contracted directly with the DNC and the campaign," Foval said. "The campaign pays the DNC, the DNC pays Democracy Partners (a pro-Democrat consulting agency), Democracy Partners pays the Foval Group and the Foval Group executes the (excrement) on the ground."

Thomas McInerney, a retired Air Force general and a former political commentator, believes Pelosi, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser and both Senate leaders, the Democrats' Chuck Schumer and the Republicans' Mitch McConnell not only knew. They approved.

"They knew what was coming," McInerney said on a video taken at a holiday party. "You all know the attack on the Capitol was done by Antifa and it was enabled by McConnell, by Schumer, by Pelosi and by the mayor. You've all been up there. There was hardly any security police up there."

But a funny thing happened on the way to the insurrection. Federal agents who infiltrated the infiltrators took Pelosi's laptop from her office.

"There were some people in there who were special forces, mixed in with Antifa," McInerney said. "They took her laptop and they have that data."

So if various police agencies knew, they likely passed their information to their federal counterparts.

"My mom was a secretary to a senator," Richard Edenfield tweeted. "I grew up being able to go into private areas and all over the Capital. Met everyone. And I'm telling you there's no way, I mean zero, that they would find Pelosi's office or anything else without serious insider help. Hallways. Passages. Etc."  

That would explain Pelosi's ensuing panic. Pelosi quickly encouraged another impeachment trial, demanded Trump's removal through the 25th Amendment and sought to block Trump's access to the nuclear codes.

In all three instances, Pelosi disregarded Constitutional due process.

"I've seen the laptop our special forces took out," McInerney said. "That's why she’s so frantic. This is high treason." (emphasis added)

So what did Pelosi's laptop contain?

The answer not only will determine her fate. It not only will determine the fate of Biden, Trump and other major figures. It will determine the fate of the nation.

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