Questions About The Chaos At The Capitol That Desperately Need To Be Answered, by Michael Snyder

Like so many things that go on in Washington, D.C., we’re probably never going to the full story of yesterday’s protests. From Michael Snyder at themostimportantnews.com:

Like most Americans, I was absolutely horrified by the violence that I watched at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday.  But I had a difficult time trying to understand what I was witnessing.  Trump supporters are almost always extremely peaceful, but many of those that were storming the Capitol were being very violent.  That didn’t make sense to me.  And how in the world did protesters get into the U.S. Capitol in the first place?

Well, it turns out that police actually opened up the barricades that were surrounding the U.S. Capitol and purposely allowed protesters to storm the building.  You can see this on video right here

I have never seen anything like that in my entire life.

And once they were inside the building, they were herded toward particular areas.  For example, you can watch one “guard” actually lead protesters up several flights of stairs right here

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One response to “Questions About The Chaos At The Capitol That Desperately Need To Be Answered, by Michael Snyder

  1. Excellent videos of a false flag operation. Here is a short video of the unknown person(at that time) who shot and killed the lady veteran.
    Vet Murderer Video: https://eatgrueldog.wordpress.com/2021/01/07/video-of-the-person-who-killed-ashli-babbit/

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