Who is Ray Epps
Written by Peter Boykin on November 1, 2021
Who is Ray Epps
WHO IS RAY EPPS?
This story is about answering one question:
Did the FBI set up American citizens, by inserting federal agents into the crowd on January 6th to provoke Trump supporters to enter the U.S. Capitol? It’s something you expect in failed communist counties like Venezuela. But a blockbuster report by Revolver News shows us that right here in the U.S., the federal intelligence apparatus may have plotted against American citizens.
Let me set the scene: It’s January 5, 2021, in Washington D.C. A tall white male in a red Trump hat [later identified as Ray Epps] yells to the crowd: “We need to go into the Capitol!”
The crowd of Trump supporters yells back: “What!? NO!” The Trump supporters begin to chant at the man:
“FED! FED! FED! FED!”
Their instincts told them that the man encouraging them to enter the Capitol was an undercover federal agent. They could smell it on him. That same man was seen the following day on January 6th again encouraging people to enter the Capitol.
Rep. Thomas Massie showed Biden’s Attorney General Merrick Garland the above footage on Tuesday and asked if Epps was a federal agent, but Garland refused to answer.
🎥 Here is the clip of Ray Epps running away when asked why he wasn’t arrested by the FBI for inciting the riot on January 6th.
— Kyle Clifton (@kyleisbased) October 27, 2021
Here’s what countless videos from January 6th show: As Revolver News’ Darren Beattie says, “[Epps] is calling for going into the Capitol the evening before Jan 6th… And sure enough, on January 6th, it’s a veritable ‘Where’s Waldo?’ He’s everywhere. He’s all around the Capitol shepherding people to go to the Capitol.”
🎥 And just in case you haven’t seen the video, here is Ray Epps on January 5th and 6th trying to get Trump supporters to enter the Capitol – when they call him out for being a Fed.
I just played this video for AG Merrick Garland. He refused to comment on how many agents or assets of the federal government were present in the crowd on Jan 5th and 6th and how many entered the Capitol. pic.twitter.com/lvd9n4mMHK
— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) October 21, 2021
The first breach: Cell phone footage confirms that Epps was part of the first breach of the Capitol around 12:50 PM. He’s seen whispering into someone’s ear 20 seconds before they made their first move. Keep in mind, this is happening while Trump and his supporters are still 30 minutes away, as Trump wraps up his speech at the National Mall. From this point, the rest is history.
FBI’s Most Wanted: Initially Epps was placed on the FBI’s Most Wanted list. But on June 30, the New York Times published a report titled “Inside the Capitol Riot” that included Ray Epps. Literally the next day the FBI scrubbed Epps from their ‘most wanted’ website.
Conclusion: Epps wasn’t just involved on January 6th, he was one of the most visible provocators. That leaves us with two scenarios to question:
If he’s a federal agent, why are agents being used to provoke actions that would lead to an “insurrection” [as the Democrats and media will label it] inside the U.S. Capitol?
If he isn’t a federal agent, why wasn’t he one of the hundreds of Americans that were arrested? The FBI put people in jail just for aimlessly walking around the Capitol.
Why wouldn’t they arrest someone who aggressively provoked it?
If you’d like to read more about this, Revolver has an incredibly thorough investigative report with photos and videos that lay out the case really well.
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