KOMMONSENTSJANE – WHERE IS RAY EPPS WHO URGED PEOPLE TO GO TO THE CAPITAL AS EARLY AS JAN 5TH.

7/18/2022

TUCKER CARLSON

The curious case of Ray Epps and the January 6 committee


The one person caught repeatedly urging people into the capitol as early as January 5 is the one person of all of the January 6 riot participants that the New York Times just happens to write this ultra-sympathetic puff piece for.

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TUCKER CARLSONThe curious case of Ray Epps and the January 6 committee
The one person caught repeatedly urging people into the capitol as early as January 5 is the one person of all of the January 6 riot participants that the New York Times just happens to write this ultra-sympathetic puff piece for.

Tucker interviews Darren Beattie of Revolver News about the role of Ray Epps on January 6. Highlights include:

“As part of its coverage last summer the Times published a video documentary, in which the Times reported that one man was actually caught on camera planning an insurrection, encouraging a breach of the capitol complex. That man’s name is Ray Epps. Now, the New York Times noted that Epps was videotaped on both January 5 and January 6, urging protesters to storm the capitol.”

“Shortly after that video surfaced. the FBI placed Ray Epps on a list of people wanted for questioning. They released it to the public, and you can understand why they did that. According to the Justice Department, what Ray Epps did on that video is a federal crime. In fact, the Biden administration has charged several people with seditious conspiracy for doing precisely what you just saw Ray Epps do, urging others to enter the capitol complex on January 6.”

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“It’s amazing how little democrats want to hear about this. Again, Nancy Pelosi and Liz Cheney have spent the last year staging an investigation at great expense, and then a series of public show trials, arresting people in their homes, supposedly designed to discover how and why January 6 happened.”

“But they remain curiously uninterested in the Epps case. We’ve got what seems like an actual insurrectionist on tape, but they don’t want to talk about it, and they definitely don’t want you to talk about it or ask any questions. As if to prove that point, the New York Times just ran a piece explaining that when you ask questions about Ray Epps, you are committing a moral crime, maybe even helping Putin.”

“This is highly strange, and if you’re going to spend more than a year looking into January 6 and you ignore this, then it’s more than strange. It’s an indictment of your motives.”

“The one person caught repeatedly urging people into the capitol as early as January 5 is the one person of all of the January 6 riot participants that the New York Times just happens to write this ultra-sympathetic puff piece for. It’s quite remarkable, and to look at the piece itself, there’s some real glaring omissions from a journalistic standpoint.”

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