In a new mini-documentary diving into Jan. 6, investigative journalist Lara Logan aired new footage of suspected federal provocateur Ray Epps whispering, “We’re here to storm the capitol,” a day before the infamous rally.
Why was Ray Epps treated as victim by the same people who condemned almost everyone around him as a threat?
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Titled, “Insurrection vs. Fed-Surrection Part 1,” political activist Baked Alaska joined Logan to provide context behind the moment Epps whispered into his ear in an attempt at coaxing him to “storm” the capitol the following day.
“We’re here to storm the capitol. I’m not kidding,” Epps said as if he was certain this would be taking place.
According to Logan, the comment by Epps had received almost no media attention and it was never brought up during his deposition with the January 6th committee.
Infowars and other alternative media outlets have previously exposed Epps for repeatedly telling others to go into the capitol on and before Jan. 6.
The suspected fed also admitted in a text message to his nephew that he “orchestrated it,” referring to the Jan. 6 debacle.