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WASHINGTON D.C.– As Law Enforcement Today has reported, after a thorough investigation, the FBI has found that there is little evidence that the “U.S. Capitol siege” was a coordinated attack like the Democrats claimed. 

In fact, many of the initial claims that surrounded the incident have little to no merit to them. 

The common theme following the attack was that it was orchestrated and carried out by radical Trump supporters, however that narrative continues to unfold as more information comes to light. 

One man, Robert Maurice Reeder, a registered democrat, was one of the many arrested during the Capitol riot on January 6th. He was charged with violently attacking police officers. 

A new report by The Gateway Pundit says Reeder is now pleading with the court to receive a lighter sentence due to the revelation that he was not actually a real Trump supporter, but in fact, a registered Democrat posing as an election integrity protestor whose goal that day was to make the real protestors look bad.

According to reports, Reeder claimed he was watching television coverage of a pro-Trump crowd which had gathered for a speeches on the Ellipse, when he made a spur-of-the-moment decision to hop a train into Washington, D.C., to join the event.

Reeder stated that he did not go directly to the Capitol, but first visited several monuments before joining in the “initially festive” events, as he put it, which were already unfolding for the worst.

He reportedly pleaded guilty to one of those counts, count four, and is due to be sentenced on Wednesday, September 8th.

According to the report, Reeder was set to receive his lighter sentence for posing as a MAGA protestor until a video showed him violently attacking police officers. On January 6, Reeder exhibited inflammatory and violent behavior to paint the surrounding Trump supporters as violent and unhinged.

Gateway Pundit reported:

“Reeder was a typical Biden agitator who wanted to interrupt the Republican objections inside the Capitol. And he wanted to frame Trump supporters as violent insurrectionists,” 

As mentioned earlier, according to an exclusive report in Reuters, the FBI has found little evidence to indicate that the Jan. 6 “worst ‘insurrection’ in history” was not any type of organized plot to overturn the presidential election result, nor to overthrow the government, according to four current and former law enforcement officials.

Despite the fact the FBI has arrested nearly 600 alleged participants in the Capitol siege, the FBI is dismissing any notion that the violence was in any way coordinated by far-right groups, or other supporters of former President Donald Trump, according to the sources.

Those sources, Reuters said, have been “either directly involved in or briefed regularly” on the investigations.

“Ninety to ninety-five percent of these are one-off cases,” a former senior law enforcement official who has close knowledge of the investigation said.

“Then you have five percent, maybe, of these militia groups that are more closely organized. But there was no grand scheme with [former Trump adviser] Roger Stone and Alex Jones and all of these people to storm the Capitol and take hostages.”

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WASHINGTON, DC- Remember…President Trump was impeached for this.

According to an exclusive report in Reuters, the FBI has found little evidence to indicate that the Jan. 6 “worst ‘insurrection’ in history” was not any type of organized plot to overturn the presidential election result, nor to overthrow the government, according to four current and former law enforcement officials.

Despite the fact the FBI has arrested nearly 600 alleged participants in the Capitol siege, the FBI is dismissing any notion that the violence was in any way coordinated by far-right groups, or other supporters of former President Donald Trump, according to the sources.

Those sources, Reuters said, have been “either directly involved in or briefed regularly” on the investigations.

“Ninety to ninety-five percent of these are one-off cases,” a former senior law enforcement official who has close knowledge of the investigation said. “Then you have five percent, maybe, of these militia groups that are more closely organized. But there was no grand scheme with [former Trump adviser] Roger Stone and Alex Jones and all of these people to storm the Capitol and take hostages.”

Left wing neo-Marxists had insinuated that the protest was an organized attempt to take control of the US Capitol, although nobody arrested was armed, nor was anyone charged with insurrection or treason.

While FBI investigators did find that certain groups of protesters, in particular those affiliated with the Oath Keepers and Proud Boys groups, intended to breach the Capitol, they found no evidence indicating the groups had any organized plans on what was to be accomplished once they made it inside, the sources said.

Some forty of those defendants have had conspiracy charges filed against them, alleging they engaged in some degree of pre-planning before the attack.

Investigators allege that one leader of the Proud Boys had recruited people and asked them to obtain bulletproof vests and other so-called “military-style” equipment in the weeks leading up to the January 6 incident.

On the date of the siege, they then sent members with a plan to split groups up and make their way into the Capitol through multiple entry points.

As stated above, while the overwhelming majority of Jan. 6 protesters have been charged with crimes akin to criminal trespass, prosecutors have stayed away of what Reuters called “more serious, politically-loaded charges” that had received some discussion, such as “seditious conspiracy or racketeering.”

A source said that there has been “little if any” discussion by the Justice Department to file such charges. Senior officials had spoken of possibly using those charges in the weeks immediately following the incident.

Likewise, prosecutors have not yet “brought any charges alleging that any individual or group played a central role in organizing or leading the riot.” Reuters was told by law enforcement sources that no such charges are planned.  

At the same time the FBI’s investigation is concluding, the Democrats in Congress led by Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) have launched a partisan politically charged “investigation” into the “insurrection,” a clear political hit job designed to go after former President Trump.

The two “Republicans” appointed to the committee—Reps. Adam Kinzinger (IL) and Liz Cheney (WY) are two RINO terminal sufferers of Trump Derangement Syndrome.

According to a Democratic congressional source, senior lawmakers have been briefed on the results of the FBI’s investigation thus far and find it credible.

While Democrats call the incident a “deadly insurrection,” the only person who died that day, Air Force veteran Ashli Babbitt, 35, was a Trump supporter who was shot dead by a plainclothes US Capitol Police officer who has been cleared in the case.

Babbitt, an unarmed five foot nothing female, was in the area of the door into the Speaker’s Lobby, threatening nobody when she was gunned down. Babbitt’s husband has retained a lawyer for the purposes of filing a lawsuit. While the officer has not been officially identified, sources have identified him as Lt. Michael Byrd of the Capitol Police, according to Gateway Pundit.

Four others died during the siege of medical causes, and Capitol Police officer Brian Sicknick, who the media erroneously reported was struck in the head with a fire extinguisher, died the next day. An autopsy found he had died of a stroke. Over 100 police officers were injured during the incident.

In a rally prior to Congress meeting to certify the election, the former president told attendees to “peacefully and patriotically make their voices heard” at the US Capitol. Hardly an incitement to violence.

While some Democrats have called on the House committee to subpoena Trump to testify, the FBI has thus far found no evidence that either the former president or those around him were in any way involved with the violence, the four current and former law enforcement officials said.

While conspiracy charges have been filed against some of the defendants, alleging they discussed plans for the incident in the weeks leading up to the siege, prosecutors do not believe this activity was part of a larger plot, Reuters said.

Some have questioned the Justice Department for being too light on some defendants. In fact in July, Judge Beryl Howell questioned the decision of prosecutors to allow one defendant to plead out to a misdemeanor charge which carries a sentence of six months, rather than a more serious felony charge.

Perhaps the charge didn’t fit. Or perhaps, pleading to a lesser charge is common practice in courts of law.

Reuters said that neither the Justice Department nor the U.S. Attorney’s office in Washington would comment on the ongoing investigations.

Still, the timing of the release late on a Friday afternoon in the so-called “dead zone” for television reporting seems rather convenient. Taken at the same time that Afghanistan has been dominating the news cycle and this all seems pretty suspicious. 

Taken together with the Revolver News story from a few weeks back about the number of “unindicted co-conspirators” involved in this case, likely code for FBI informants or embedded agents this all seems bizarre.

It will be interesting to see where this leads because it all seems to be a bit too convenient. Law Enforcement Today reported on the revelation. 

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