The FBI Has Found The Storming Of Capital Building Not Organized By Pro Trump Groups
WASHINGTON - The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has concluded that the storming of the United States Capital on January 6th, 2021 was not in fact organized by pro Donald Trump groups in order to alter the election results for the 2020 election.
There were over 570 people arrested for the so called plot to take over the government, but according to a former law enforcement official who has been informed on the investigation, "Ninety to ninety-five percent of these are one-off cases. Then you have five percent, maybe, of these militia groups that were more closely organized. But there was no grand scheme with Roger Stone and Alex Jones and all of these people to storm the Capitol and take hostages."
Investigators did allegedly find cells of protesters linked to certain groups like the Oath Keepers and Proud Boys who had the goal of breaking into the Capital building, but no evidence pointed to either group having any plans whatsoever regarding what to do once the members got inside the building.
Reuters put out a report saying that top lawmakers have been briefed on the investigation by the FBI and believe the results are credible according to a Democrat source in the congress.
July, the National Police Association slammed Congress for the January 6th probe as a 'dog and pony show' and called for the investigation of the Gorge Floyd riots which had been largely ignored by the Biden administration in favor of honing all of their focus on the January 6th riot, which was presumably weaponized to discredit the Republican party entirely.
The National Police Association stated that the investigation of the January 6th Capital riot was politically motivated and had no intention of uncovering the whole truth about what really happened on that day.
In an interview with Fox News, National Police Association spokeswoman Betsy Brantner Smith who is a conservative and a retired police sergeant said, "People need to see that police officers go through horrible things, and Jan. 6 was a horrible thing for some of those officers, but, quite frankly, I find this whole Jan. 6 Commission, frankly, a dog and pony show. It doesn’t tell the whole story".
She continued, "Myself, like millions of Americans, sat there watching the testimony thinking, ‘Wait, where are the police officers who appeared – appeared – to let some of the protesters in? Where is the police officer who shot Ashli Babbitt? In fact, why aren’t we talking about Ashli Babbitt? I mean there’s so much more here I want the American public to hear about that".
She also talked about the George Floyd riots during the interview saying, "The 2020 riots, we can’t just say the whole George Floyd thing was bad and that’s what cops have to deal with and then watch these four weeping men talk about their experiences, ignoring thousands and thousands of police officers, ignoring their feelings and their experiences and their injuries".
Brantner said, "We’re reaching a tipping point and I think yesterday kind of woke some people up -- I hope. I hope".