Further to our piece on Ray Epps here we’re adding to our reporting on the Jan 6th 2021 debacle.
As the liberals in Congress wet their pants over the “insurrection” a year ago, we reflect that there were no guns taken from the “rioters”, that there is video evidence of the Capitol Police admitting people into the building, that the idiots who went in are still under lock and key, and that the only person to perish was an unarmed woman targeted by a twitchy policeman.
Oh, and there’s that pesky question about the stool pigeons. So many federal agents inciting the “riot”, so obvious that the crowd began to chant “Fed, Fed, Fed” at them. Now, as the hours and hours of film surface, we see who have been erased from the history books.
Federal authorities won’t explain why three men who participated in the Capitol riot on Jan. 6, 2021, have mysteriously disappeared from the FBI’s Capitol Violence Most Wanted list.
One unidentified man wore an earpiece during the riot and was filmed carrying what appeared to be a concealed handgun on his left hip. The man was pictured on the FBI’s most wanted list for over five months until he was removed without explanation on the same day the New York Times reported an FBI informant was at the Capitol on Jan. 6.
It is not clear why the FBI removed Epps and the two other unidentified men, dubbed #GingerGun and #HarleyJacketBatonMan by online sleuths, from its most wanted list.
The FBI declined to comment, and the Department of Justice did not return multiple requests for comment.
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Ray Epps isn’t the only J6 suspect to mysteriously disappear from the FBI’s most-wanted list.— Andrew Kerr (@AndrewKerrNC) January 6, 2022
One man was filmed carrying a concealed handgun at the riot. He vanished from the list the same day the NYTimes reported an FBI informant breached the capitol.https://t.co/JaN0SiQ8Ge