Leaked video footage shows at least one Washington, D.C., police officer – and likely many more – acting as agent provocateurs on January 6, dressing up as protesters outside of the Capitol Building, and encouraging protesters to the iconic building. Watch the video below.
Congressman Barry Loudermilk, R-Ga., says that the authenticated GoPro footage raises questions about why the police officers who were identified by the video as intelligence officers were working to stir the crowd instead of stopping an attack on the Capitol.
The unidentified officer with the camera in the video said to a colleague that he believed the plan was to trap people inside the Capitol Building. Undercover officer’s observation leads to the conclusion that the police were aware of a planned attack on the Capitol and allowed them to do so and take photos.
The officer who had the GoPro told another officer, when he saw people climbing up the scaffolding on video, “That is dangerous.” Someone is going to be shot. A third officer stated, “They are not going to shoot anyone.” They encouraged and even participated in this dangerous activity.
The officers joined the protesters in chanting “Whose house?” as they made their way to the scaffolding. “Our house!”
Loudermilk said to the “Just the News, No Noise TV”, “We know it’s one of their officers, and at one point, it appears that he is encouraging. He is definitely encouraging people to climb the scaffolding and telling them “go, go go.” ‘”
The congressman asked “Why was an officer encouraging people climb the scaffolding to go into the Capitol?” He also inquired “Why did MPD Metropolitan police support department decide that undercover officers would be in the crowd?” Did they have any intelligence they could not or did not pass on to Capitol Police? What happened to that evidence if it was received by Capitol Police?
Trump’s administration offered the National Guard to help with Capitol Police after intelligence reports indicated that trouble could be brewing. The Capitol Police chiefs, former Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and D.C. mayor Muriel Bowser turned down the request to have a military presence. Capitol Police numbers were not increased to prevent entry, nor was the exterior of the Capitol Building hardened.
Just the News reported on a court case that occurred in January involving William Pope and Michael Pope. The video was revealed. According to a court filing, a defendant requested a copy of it, and federal prosecutors worried that the video would be out of their hands.
The footage is a GoPro video that was recorded by a MPD police officer who was stationed in the Capitol to gather evidence. It captures the officer screaming words like “Go!” Go! Go! Go! Go! Keep going!” (MPD 005-000035, time stamp 8/16) to those in front of him. U.S.A.! U.S.A .!”, “Our house!”
Irony is also seen in the video when a person identified by the police as a protester warns the officers to be cautious because Antifa provocation was present among the crowd.
Although Antifa members were visible in the crowd, on video, and even the January 6 Committee, they tried to suppress any mention of the Leftist mob’s involvement. It’s true that if Antifa had not been there, this might have been a rare event, given the fact that a violent Left-wing mob, along with their BLM allies, closed roads, rioted and burned down “President’s Church”, only months earlier in D.C.
Federal prosecutors claimed that the video was irrelevant to the Popes cases. The prosecutors worried that, while the video was not relevant to the case at hand, they could be useful in other cases, either for the prosecution or the defense.
The American public has a right to know whether their institutions, police and politicians are being honest with them regarding January 6. The video, and the attempt to hide it from the public, seem very shady. They want us to believe them. After watching these charlatans in the executive offices of the FBI, and DOJ, we’re no longer able to trust them.
The congressman sent a request to law enforcement for additional information on police presence in the J6 crowd that day in 2021.