On Sunday, a shocking video grabbed the attention and shattered the Democrats’ narrative that followers of then-President Donald Trump staged a rebellion at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.
American Greatness’s Julie Kelly published the video, which demonstrations activists making dialogue with U.S. Capitol Police officers inside the building.
An officer is caught telling them, “We’re not against … you need to show. Do you understand? Then show us. No attacking, no assault, remain calm.”
Kelly claimed that he is Officer Keith Robishaw, “confirmed by charging documents”.
A member is identified as William Watson of Auburn, Alabama — responded, “We’re not going to assault. We’re going to be heard. Everybody, this must be peaceful.”
Phoenix man Jacob Chansley was wearing a fur hat with horns who was nicknamed the “QAnon Shaman,” followed up by shouting to the others, “This has to be peaceful. We have the right to peacefully assemble.”
This makes a large hole in Democrats’ Capitol insurrection story and straightly encounters the official form of events.
Chansley’s Jan. 8 arrest warrant states: “Robishaw and other officers calmed the protestors somewhat and directed them to leave the area from the same way they had entered. Chansley approached Officer Robishaw and screamed, among other things, that this was their house, and that they were there to take the Capitol, and to get Congressional leaders.”
As per Washington Post, he looks intruding and unsystematic conduct charges and waiting for his jail trial.
Chansley’s attorney filed a motion for release in March. The Post reported that U.S. District Judge Royce C. Lamberth denied the motion, stating that his attorney’s arguments were “meritless,” “mistaken” and “so frivolous as to insult the Court’s intelligence.” The judge declared that “Chansley was too dangerous to release and continues to pose a threat to the public.”
In another video, Chansley is seen walking into the Senate chamber followed by an officer Kelly reported he later “led several protesters in prayer and sat in Vice President Mike Pence’s chair.”
Kelly’s article stated that previously Chansley has no criminal history, a fact that all media including The Post has denied posting.
Last July Watson, 23, was arrested for drug trafficking charges and had been out on a $103,000 bond. His bond precluded him from leaving the state, said by Media outlet Al.com.
Watson took the microphone and told protestors in the video, “Listen up. The police here are willing to work with us and cooperate peacefully as our First Amendment allows. Gather more Americans under the condition that they will come and gather peacefully to discuss what needs to be done to save our country.”
Kelly acclaimed, “of a much longer video that has yet to be released.”
The convo has overly targeted the events of Jan. 6. FBI hunted the protesters and the president of the United States were accused of allegedly provocative an “insurrection.”
Following the Capitol riot, it took about a nanosecond for the Democrats, with the aid of a complicit media, to establish the “insurrection” narrative.
The videos show that Capitol Police officers allowed the protesters into the building. The question is why didn’t they stop them?
It’s time to replace the hysteria about an “insurrection” with some sanity. The House members are being panicked about the investigation.
On Friday, USA Today reported that members of the House Homeland Security Committee had agreed on HR 3233, the “National Commission to Investigate the January 6 Attack on the United States Capitol Complex Act,” a bill that would establish a 9/11-style commission to look into the Capitol riot.
As per committee chairman Democratic Rep Bennie Thompson of Mississippi, and the ranking member, Rep. John Katko of New York., for the legislation, a vote casting activity can be taken place