In April, as Joe Biden was addressing Congress, his dementia kicked in and he claimed the “attack” on the Capitol was the worst attack on Democracy since the Civil War.
A lot of people have bought that lie since all they had to go on is what they had been told. But a recent court case has forced the FBI to release videos from January 6th. But, as videos have been released they show a different story.
People are walking quietly inside the Capitol and they leave when they are asked to. It looks more like a scene from your local museum rather than an “insurrection.” AOC tells about how scary it was even though she wasn’t even in the same building at the time. I watched the flooding in New Orleans during Hurricane Ida and I can honestly say, I was never in fear that I would drown.
As I stand here tonight, we are just one day shy of the 100th day of my administration.
100 days since I took the oath of office—lifted my hand off our family Bible—and inherited a nation in crisis. The worst pandemic in a century. The worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. The worst attack on our democracy since the Civil War.
On Tuesday the Biden administration released five Capitol surveillance videos from the US Capitol on January 6th following a court ruling.
Whatever this is, it is not anything close to a coup or insurrection.pic.twitter.com/rI8Or41Q6H
— Cernovich (@Cernovich) September 22, 2021
Four more videos were released today from security cameras inside the US Capitol on January 6th.
It is now clear why the DOJ and FBI wanted to keep these videos hidden from the American public.
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The videos show Americans entering the US Capitol peacefully, walking in the US Capitol peacefully and peacefully leaving the US Capitol as police officers stand around with their hands in the pockets watching them leave.
The Jan. 6 “insurrection” is just the latest media fabrication.
Maybe someday the fake news will report on the two women who were killed by Capitol Hill Police that day.