One of the oddest things about January 6th was the pipe bombs that were left outside the RNC and DNC headquarters in Washington, DC the night before the mostly peaceful protest at the US Capitol.
The feds have been far more concerned with arresting grannies who have cancer that may have wandered briefly into the Capitol than they are in tracking down the person who left a bomb outside the building that Kamala Harris was in (the DNC headquarters).
Thanks to new footage released by Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY), we may have a much clearer and darker picture of what was actually happening.
For those who don’t remember, an unidentified person planted two pipe bombs in Washington, DC on the night of January 5th. As Jack Posobiec has noted, the two bombs look suspiciously like the training pipe bombs that the feds use at the Department of Homeland Security. They’re even constructed with the same type of kitchen timer.
We know from previous reporting that the FBI tracked this individual from the locations outside the RNC and DNC that night. Washington, DC has a draconian nest of surveillance cameras everywhere, so it’s literally impossible for someone to walk around and not be tracked and filmed the whole way. The FBI followed the “bomber” on surveillance feeds until he got into his car. They got his license plate number.
Then… no arrest. It’s been three years. They’re now arresting Trump supporters who stood on the public lawn outside the Capitol on January 6th, who never entered the building. But they can’t track down the alleged “bomber” when they have his license plate number.
Rep. Massie has apparently fought for quite a while with House leadership to get this piece of video, posted below, released to the public. The footage is from January 6, 2021, from outside the DNC headquarters. Kamala Harris was inside the building at the time. A surveillance camera across the street captured the exact spot where the pipe bomb was sitting.
A few feet away from the bomb, there’s a black SUV with Kamala Harris’s Secret Service protective detail inside. Next to the SUV is a Metro PD vehicle. An individual walks up to both vehicles and informs them (we know this from separate incident reports) that there’s a bomb about 10 feet away from them underneath a park bench.
What would you do if someone informed you there was a bomb a few feet away from you? For most of us, the answer is probably one of two things. You’d either panic and run for it, or you’d urgently get out of your vehicle and start waving innocent bystanders away from the area while yelling, “IT’S A BOMB! RUN!”
That doesn’t happen at all. Time just drags by as both the Secret Service and the DC Metro PD officers sit there in their vehicles. They allow a group of women and children to walk right past the bomb. At one point, apparently after the word had gotten out, another police officer runs up, waves to the Secret Service and the other cops, and snaps a picture of the bomb with his personal cellphone.
The whole thing is just WEIRD.
The only reason why the Secret Service would ignore a bomb and act so lackadaisically about it, would be if they already knew about the bomb and knew that it had no chance of going off. It’s one thing that they let innocent women and kids walk past the bomb, but they were tasked with protecting Kamala Harris. They didn’t do anything to alert her or get her out of the area. Their entire attitude from the video is, “Ho hum, there’s a ‘bomb’ ten feet away from us.”
The reality is that the bombs were not supposed to be “discovered” until two other simultaneous things happened: Ray Epps and the other feds breaching the first barrier outside the Capitol, before Donald Trump had even finished his speech, and the start of the joint session of Congress in which Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) was going to present a stack of papers more than three feet tall which contained all of the “anomalies” and evidence from the obviously stolen 2020 election.
If January 6th was an insurrection and not an orchestrated setup by the Deep State, why does all the evidence always point towards the latter?