New Jan. 6 Footage: Retired General Says BLM, Antifa Both at Capitol Break-In
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In the aftermath of Jan. 6, the FBI suggested there was no evidence of Black Lives Matter or antifa members participating in the events. However, many Americans with knowledge of the events questioned this suggestion.
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“We have not to date seen any evidence of anarchist violent extremists or people subscribed to antifa in connection with the sixth,” FBI Director Christopher Wray told the Senate Judiciary Committee on March 2, according to The Hill.
Yet in the film, retired United States Air Force Lt. General Thomas G. McInerny said Wray should not be trusted.
“J. Edgar Hoover would be proud of Director Wray,” he said. “He’s corrupt. We know Black Lives Matter was there, and we’ve identified them and antifa.”
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John Guandolo, who previously served as an FBI liason to U.S. Capitol Police, also confirmed the presence of these groups and said “they were everywhere.”
Rich Gutowski, the CEO of a life insurance company called Philanthropic Life, said he saw a man on a “military-style microphone” telling participants who were in the Capitol building where to go.
“He wasn’t a participant, he was a director,” Gutowski said.
One year after Jan. 6, 2021, many legitimate questions about leftists’ alleged involvement remain unanswered.
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This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.