A new video has emerged showing a pro-Trump protester in a beige hoodie and the infamous ‘Q-Anon shaman’ being told by police that the group can remain within the capitol building as long as they remain peaceful.
There is no evidence that either the ‘Q-Anon shaman’ or the man in the beige hoodie were ever violent at any point in time, but yet they remain charged and many of the protesters remain in custody in solitary confinement awaiting trials.
One officer, identified in the video and confirmed by charging documents as Officer Keith Robishaw, appears to tell Chansely’s group they won’t stop them from entering the building. “We’re not against . . . you need to show us . . . no attacking, no assault, remain calm,” Robishaw warns.
“Video Shows U.S. Capitol Police Gave Protesters OK to Enter”
(This would confuse anyone. I’d like to point out that you do not have the ‘right’ to peacefully protest inside the Capitol building. However, the officers did say it was OK.) pic.twitter.com/3Q7Ahdgs2m
— NANCY (@9NewsNancy) May 16, 2021
The 44-second clip is reportedly part of a much longer video that has yet to be released.
The Biden DOJ recently announced that the investigations into the 9/11 attacks pales in comparison to the size and scope of the investigation into January 6th.
American political commentator Nicholas Fuentes was recently put on a no-fly list, even though he just attended the event without going anywhere near the capitol entrance.
Lawmakers have reached a deal to form a bipartisan 9/11-style commission to review the Jan. 6 attack at the U.S. Capitol and will soon introduce legislation to form the independent panel.
The commission will be made of up ten members who are not government officials.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi says that the 9/11-style commission that will investigate the Jan. 6 insurrection on Capitol Hill should have subpoena power.