We reported recently that on January the 6th, the FBI had multiple agents who, having infiltrated patriot groups, acted in a way that made it plausible for said patriot groups and Trump supporters to be vilified and to dub the event a riot and an insurrection.
Now, the court case is going forward, and members of the Trump administration are being permitted by the Justice Department to testify about the events of that day. Before we start singing the praise of the federal government for letting Trump officials speak, let’s bear in mind the fact that the federal government created this situation with the intention of vilifying Trump, his supporters, and anyone promoting a populist agenda.
According to Politico, Bradley Weinsheimer, the associate deputy attorney general said that ranking Trump aides, “[…] are authorized to provide information learned during their time in the administration.” He continues, saying, “Department lawyers, including those who have left the department, are obligated to protect nonpublic information they learned in the course of their work.”
The DOJ has warned former Trump officials that they may speak as long as the testimony they provide is “[…] confined to the interviews set forth by the committees and does not divulge classified information, grand-jury information, or pending criminal cases.”
Of course, those restrictions could preclude any testimony about the events of Jan. 6th due to the fact that dozens of people have been caught up in the federal dragnet. This includes journalists who had nothing to do with either conservative or Democrat causes. The corporate media have not reported on this fact, but many people who were present that day have been arrested and held without charges simply because they were close enough to the story to tell the truth about the so-called insurrection.
Five people died during the gathering on Capitol Hill on January the 6th. One was Ashli Babbitt, who was shot without warning in the neck by Capitol police after an unknown party called out a false alarm. The second was a Capitol police officer who was said to have been beaten to death by protesters, however, those reports have been proven false. The other three deaths were unrelated medical emergencies.
In fact, there are a number of anomalies surrounding the shooting of Ashli Babbitt. For a start, in the video showing the event, the people around Babbitt are not acting like someone within arm’s reach of them had just been shot. Second, the officer who is meant to have shot her had his gun aimed too low to deliver a neck wound, and police are trained to aim for center mass. Thirdly, Babbitt’s neck did not appear to be bleeding until after she was removed from the scene.
These are strange details indeed, and if the restrictions the DOJ has placed on the Trump administration witnesses involve anything on this level of events, you can expect that they will be silenced.
However, these witnesses may offer information on a more administrative level. Perhaps they will be able to shed light on the multiple FBI plants who instigated the violence and have not been charged.