Could the FBI have orchestrated the assault on the Capitol on January 6 of this year?
That’s the question analysts and politicians are asking these days in the wake of information coming to light about the role intelligence agents infiltrated among Trump supporters.
On June 14, the website Revolver News published a report detailing some inconsistencies in FBI statements suggesting that undercover FBI agents may have been behind the attack on Capitol Hill.
The key here is the “unindicted co-conspirator” label that the FBI is using in its documents to label individuals who allegedly took a leading role in the Jan. 6 assault, but for some reason, do not wish to identify them.
This was explained by journalist Tucker Carlson on Fox News:
“But strangely, some of the key people who participated on January 6 have not been charged. Look at the document. The government calls those people unindicted co-conspirators. What does that mean? Well, it means that in potentially every single case they were FBI operatives. Really? In the Capitol on January 6? For example, one of those unindicted co-conspirators is someone government documents identify only as person two. According to those documents, person two stayed in the same hotel room as a man called Thomas Caldwell, an insurrectionist, a man alleged to be a member of the group the Oath Keepers.”
“Person two also, quote, ‘stormed the barricades’ at the Capitol on January 6 alongside Thomas Caldwell. The government’s indictments further indicate that Caldwell, who, by the way, is a 65-year-old man, this dangerous insurrectionist, was led to believe there would be a, quote, ‘quick reaction force’ also participating on January 6. That quick reaction force, Caldwell was told, would be led by someone called person three who had a hotel room and an accomplice with him.”
“But wait. Here’s the interesting thing. Person two and person three were organizers of the riot. The government knows who they are. But the government has not charged them. Why is that? You know why. They were almost certainly working for the FBI. So FBI operatives were organizing the attack on the Capitol on January 6, according to government documents.
Carlson detailed the case of two of these FBI “unindicted co-conspirators,” but there are many, many more.
In total, “Revolver News” reported more than 20 of these unindicted co-conspirators, all playing various roles in the conspiracy to storm the Capitol.
These individuals have not been charged by the FBI despite doing virtually the same activities as others who have been charged.
In fact, in some cases, such as the one Carlson recounted, these individuals, whom the FBI does not want to identify, devised and spurred criminal activities.
“Huh? So it turns out that this white supremacist insurrection was, again, by the government’s own admission in these documents organized at least in part by government agents. Are you shocked? We’re shocked. We shouldn’t be shocked because in March the FBI director admitted that the Bureau is infiltrating as many dissident groups that oppose the regime as it possibly can,” says Carlson.
Against this backdrop, U.S. politicians are already asking FBI Director Christopher Wray to explain the role played by federal undercover agents or confidential informants.
Rep. Matt Gaetz wrote a letter to Wray on Tuesday questioning him about the extent to which federal government agencies infiltrated the three main militia groups.
He also asked him to identify which federal undercover agents or confidential informants were present on Capitol Hill during the ‘raid’ and how many of the unindicted co-conspirators worked as government informants.
Gaetz’s request was joined by Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene:
“We need names and answers about the FBI operatives, who were involved in organizing and carrying out the Jan 6th Capitol riot. First they had a ‘back up plan’ to stop Trump in Russia Collusion witch hunt, now we are finding out they were deeply involved in Jan 6th. Deep State.”
It should be clarified that the idea that the FBI infiltrated the militias to command a criminal act is certainly not novel.
This tactic has already been used.
As recently as October 2020, this FBI action was demonstrated in the plot to kidnap Michigan Governor, Gretchen Whitmer.
In the FBI’s own account of that plot, a whole team of insurgents were going to drive a van to Governor Whitmer’s vacation home, throw her in the back of the vehicle and drive off.
But it turns out that one of the five people in the van was an FBI agent.
In addition, another one of the people was an FBI informant.
The federal agency admitted that an informant or undercover agent “was usually present” at meetings of this group.
But get this, the FBI acknowledged that one of the alleged hijackers who suggested using a bomb to blow up a bridge as part of the plot turns out to have been an undercover FBI agent.
The Justice Department filed a criminal complaint on Oct. 6 of last year with the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan.
The document reads that while a confidential source, or informant, shared an image in the hijackers’ group chat of a map, it was an aircraft mechanic named Ty Garbin who suggested blowing up the bridge.
Indeed, Garbin later pleaded guilty to conspiracy in connection with the case,
And there are so many other cases…like the Islamic terrorist attack in Garland, Texas, where it was discovered that an FBI employee played an active role in that shooting.
It turns out that less than three weeks before the attack, an undercover FBI agent had been sending text messages encouraging suspect Elton Simpson to commit the shooting.
Clearly, intelligence agencies have long been creating false flag operations for political and/or corporate purposes. So, if it is discovered that the FBI was encouraging and orchestrating the Capitol assault, we should not be surprised. The question is: What else have they kept from us?