(PatriotWise.com)- During Attorney General Merrick Garland’s testimony before the House Judiciary Committee, Congressman Thomas Massie (R-KY) confronted Garland about a man seen on video footage urging protesters to enter the US Capitol both on January 5 and January 6.
Massie points out that this man, who is clearly inciting people to enter the Capitol building has not been charged with anything, even though hundreds have been arrested in connection to the January 6 breach of the Capitol, and that guy is on film encouraging them to do it.
Massie asked Garland how many agents or assets of the federal government were involved in the events of January 6, and did they agitate the crowd to enter the Capitol.
A stammering Garland said that he wasn’t going to “violate this norm of, uh, of, of, of, the rule of law.”
Well, we learned last week that Garland had reasons for not wanting to discuss this elusive man.
According to Darren Beattie at Revolver, that man urging the crowd to enter the Capitol is a guy named Ray Epps of Queen Creek, Arizona.
Beattie reported that Epps was among the first twenty suspects featured in the FBI’s January 8 “Most Wanted” lists related to January 6 in which the FBI begged the public for help in identifying the suspects, even offering a cash reward.
And the public complied. Within three days, Epps was identified and video footage was compiled showing him encouraging people to storm the Capitol.
But Epps was never apprehended. For six months, while hundreds of others were identified and arrested, Epps was left alone. Then on July 1, Ray Epps disappeared from the list and every trace of him in the Capitol Riots Most Wanted database was purged.
Did the FBI remove Epps because Epps was there ginning up outrage and inciting people to enter the Capitol at the behest of federal law enforcement?
Last Monday, Darren Beattie of Revolver appeared on the Tucker Carlson show to discuss the strange tale of Ray Epps.
Must Watch!@DarrenJBeattie Joins Tucker Carlson To Discuss Today’s Bombshell Revolver News Investigative Piece On 1/6
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And this past week, Epps was confronted at his Arizona ranch over his shady involvement in the melee at the Capitol.