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Ray Epps – what was he doing?



What was Ray Epps doing at the capitol on January 6 2020

Readers will recall this post about Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) broaching a national divorce of Blue from Red States. In her response to Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-Calif.), she mentioned a man named Ray Epps. In fact he was at the Capitol and organized most of those who actually breached it. His role demonstrates that the January 6 event was a false-flag pseudo-operation.

Who is Ray Epps?

Ray Epps, according to Revolver News, actively encouraged supporters of President Donald J. Trump to enter the Capitol. We see him setting things up on January Fifth, and shepherding people in on January Sixth.

Yet Ray Epps remains a free man. According to Marjorie Taylor Greene:

Has Ray Epps and Scaffold Commander been arrested yet?

Did the FBI raid their homes?

Are they in solitary confinement 23 hours a day?

Has their cell phone data and bank records been subpoenaed?

They seriously did organize people to go in the Capitol.

It’s all on video.

Rep. Greene tweeted that on her Twitter account. Sadly Twitter has suspended that account indefinitely by reason of her sharing CDC VAERS data on coronavirus vaccine misadventures at what Twitter leadership knows is an inconvenient time for the government to which they have allied themselves. Which is why CNAV can present only the text of a tweet, that CNAV captured before the suspension.

In any event, Revolver News has its full investigation, and a more recent update.

Clear evidence of involvement

Their investigation includes this Wayback Machine entry for the “Capitol violence” page the FBI maintained. About this, Revolver News says:

[F]rom January 8, 2021 until 3:37 a.m. on July 1, every archived version of the website shows Ray Epps as Suspect 16… On, July 1, Ray Epps, Suspect 16, was disappeared, as if he never existed.

Compare this:

Ray Epps is Suspect 16 in this photo from an FBI page.
Now you see Ray Epps,

to this.

… and now you don’t.

Note that Photograph 16 disappears, and the FBI don’t bother to renumber Photographs 17 and following accordingly.

Now consider these pieces of evidence:

Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) interrogates Attorney General Merrick Garland on whether the FBI had agents on the scene that day. Note how General Garland evades Rep. Massie’s questions.

The Arizona Republic carries a story on Ray Epps and his boasts about his plans.

Ray Epps argues with other Trump supporters the night before. “Tomorrow, we need to go into the Capitol. Into the Capitol!” And someone else asked, “What!?”

How the incursion got started, twenty minutes before Trump finished speaking that day.

A composite of the two Twitter videos.

A longer version. Listen carefully during Clip 2 to the video camera holder growling “[STFU], boomer” under his breath.

Note here where Ray Epps seems to be holding some people back.

Further instructions he apparently gave another participant, therefore he was not acting on his own.

A false-flag provocateur

On and on it goes. CNAV can present only a small sample. But that sample proves that Ray Epps was in it up to his neck. So why is he free as a bird today?

Because the January 6 event was a false-flag pseudo-operation, and Ray Epps was an FBI agent provocateur. No other explanation can avail.

So when Marjorie Taylor Greene mentioned him, this is what she was talking about.

Remember that on January 6, 2022, when the Democratic Party hosts their “Day of Remembrance” events across the country. This is their FBI, and their Attorney General. It was their FBI throughout the Trump administration. Trump lacked the imagination to deal with it as he should have. Had he dealt with the FBI properly, January 6 need never have played out as it did.

And as for Marjorie Taylor Greene? Maybe the real reason Twitter suspended her account was her calling attention to Ray Epps. That makes better sense than Twitter actually censoring the CDC and VAERS.

Update: they found Ray Epps

An Instagram post has now surfaced of someone confronting Ray Epps in Arizona and asking him what he was doing at the Capitol.
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Terry A. Hurlbut has been a student of politics, philosophy, and science for more than 35 years. He is a graduate of Yale College and has served as a physician-level laboratory administrator in a 250-bed community hospital. He also is a serious student of the Bible, is conversant in its two primary original languages, and has followed the creation-science movement closely since 1993.

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