Matt Gaetz and Marjorie Taylor Greene Raise Questions About January 6 “Insurrection”


Assessment: As Gaetz noted in his joint press conference with Greene: ‘We’re worried there are a lot of folks who don’t understand the severity of what happened. Particularly, if it was so severe that it was animated and encouraged by assets of the federal government. That would be a far greater scandal than anything the Democrats have talked about …

The New American: At a press conference held on Thursday, the anniversary of the January 6 “Capitol breach” by protestors, House members Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) and Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) raised serious questions about that breach.

Gaetz explained the reason for the press conference:

Congresswoman Greene and I are not here to celebrate January 6. We are not here to obsess about it, but we are here to expose the truth, to ask key questions….

It’s very important for the Republican voice to be heard today, because it’s the Republican voice, and the Trump supporter, that has been smeared constantly over this past year.

We are here to expose the truth, to ask key questions about what happened on January 6, who animated the violence, the extent to which the federal government may have been involved.

We know this: January 6 last year wasn’t an insurrection. No one has been charged with insurrection. No one has been charged with treason.

For nothing is secret that will not be revealed, nor anything hidden that will not be known and come to light.” Luke 8:17

The pair presented evidence that there were numerous individuals involved — some on video that have surfaced on YouTube — who were not indicted, and others who were initially on the FBI’s “Most Wanted” list and then inexplicably removed.

Specifically, there were three individuals initially placed on that list: “#GingerGun, #HarleyJacketBatonMan, and Ray Epps. 

The Washington Examiner provided the details: HERE