We really ought to know better than to trust anything about the nature of reality in 2021 whenever the pile of hot sidewalk garbage posing as our “free press” tells us something. We now know that numerous protesters who instigated the “storming” of the Capitol on January 6 were not actually Trump supporters. It was a group of the same professional BLM/Antifa agitators that have been wrecking American cities ever since George Floyd’s overdose death back on Memorial Day Weekend.
And we also know that Ashli Babbit’s execution at the hands of a Capitol Police officer was not what we thought it was.
If you were watching the livestream on that day as many of us were, the sequence of events was very surprising. President Trump’s speech ended, the peaceful march began, and videos of people breaching the fencing around the Capitol immediately started popping up on social media. “Wow,” many of us thought at the time, “That went sideways really fast!”
What we didn’t realize at the time was that we were watching a distortion of the truth. It wasn’t happening in real time, because the internet was conveniently shut down on the Capitol grounds and around the Capitol building that morning. People were not breaching the Capitol fencing and the building just moments after Trump spoke.
The Capitol had already been breached before Trump’s speech was over.
The people who recorded those initial videos of people knocking over the fencing were recorded earlier and then they had to get out of the “dead zone” around the Capitol to upload them to the cloud. That accounts for the distortion of the timeline that has had all of us scratching our heads about that day.
The professional agitators had already breached the Capitol when many of the peaceful pro-Trump marchers arrived, so they peacefully marched into the building as well.
How do we know these were professional agitators from BLM and Antifa?
Because of one of the individuals who has now been criminally charged for “rioting” at the Capitol. His name is John Sullivan. He was arrested earlier this year for goading protesters into committing more violence in Provo, Utah. In other words, the same guy who was at a riot at which a person was shot earlier this year, was inside the Capitol building and seen urging Ashli Babbit to jump through a window right before she was murdered.
Sullivan is a “filmmaker” who just so happens to belong to Black Lives Matter. And like all good protesters, he has a dual membership in an Antifa group in DC, according to the federal charging documents that were just filed against him.
The charging documents state that Sullivan was there with a group of counter-protesters (BLM and Antifa) who were disguised as Trump supporters. Before he personally led the charge into the Capitol, federal prosecutors say Sullivan revved up the crowd of BLM and Antifa counter-protesters. He shouted to the crowd:
“We about to burn this s— down… we got to rip Trump out of office… f—ing pull him out of that s—… we ain’t waiting for the next election!”
As Sullivan led the charge on the Capitol, they chanted, “We about to go get that mother f—er, it is time for a revolution!” Didn’t the FBI used to have more creative fake protesters? I always liked it when their chants used to rhyme.
Sullivan made the work for federal prosecutors really easy by documenting all of his antics on video. Just moments before Ashli Babbit – a 14-year Air Force veteran who served her country with honor and distinction – was shot in the neck and killed, Sullivan is seen on the video urging her to jump through a window in the Capitol. We already knew that there were a half-dozen cops behind her that did not consider her a threat in any way, shape, or form. She was clearly unarmed and used both empty hands to boost herself up when she was killed.
I’m not sure which is worse: The fact that Ashli Babbit was killed or the fact that the entire “riot” was a false flag designed to let the Democrats crack down on Trump supporters. Either way, the lesson remains the same. You cannot trust anything that the mainstream media tells you about events, because nine times out of ten they are shaping a false narrative. Even when we have something as crystal clear as the murder of Ashli Babbit on video, we still don’t have the full story.
Final thought: Why haven’t they released the name of the Capitol police officer who shot Ashli Babbit yet? What are the odds that he’s not even a Capitol police officer?