New Information May Prove Government Instigated Violence on Jan. 6 – Watch

The latest information about the federal government’s actions concerning the January 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol is perhaps the most shocking yet. All eyes will now be focusing on the state’s role in the whole event. 

This information comes after a motion was filed by a lawyer representing members of the Proud Boys, a right-wing activist group. It indicates that there were a significant number of informants who infiltrated the group.

The motion was obtained by American Greatness’ Julie Kelly, and it noted that FBI informants were “vastly outnumbered” by confidential human sources (CHS) and “plain-clothes operators representing other law enforcement agencies.”

The document indicates that “[a]n agency called Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) seems to have played a major role in handling and running CHSs among the Proud Boys on January 6, 2021.”

The most damaging information from the motions is about the behavior of these informants according to bodycam footage. 

“This new information is plainly exculpatory,” the document reads. “Bodycam videos worn on January 6 by undercover Metropolitan Police officers show the undercover officers cheering on the demonstrators, with chants of ‘Go! Go! Go!,’ ‘Stop the Steal!,’ and ‘Whose House? Our House!’”

“Undercover operatives were planted among the protesters as instigators; not just observers.”

The attorney behind the motions also noted that there were “at least 10 to 12 additional, previously unknown plain-clothes MPD officers among the Proud Boys on January 6.” This means that there were at least 50 informants who had infiltrated the group on that day.

If the allegations made by the defense attorney are accurate, it means government agents were actively encouraging the people present at the Capitol building to engage in violence.

The FBI has a history of using informants, who are highly paid and often convicts themselves, to infiltrate politically-oriented groups and persuade their members to engage in extremism so that they can get more arrests.