New Evidence Puts Big Kink In Trump Impeachment Case, Shows What Capitol Rioters Did Days, Weeks Before Jan. 6

Federal investigators have discovered new evidence that shows the Jan. 6 riot at Capitol Hill was a premeditated criminal conspiracy, ultimately letting Former President Trump off the hook for “inciting violence,” according to The BizPac Review.

New evidence has revealed that the assault on the Capitol was planned weeks in advance “and in plain sight of an FBI that vowed to be vigilant to extremist threats.”

“More than a half dozen of the suspects are now charged with conspiracy to commit violence for actions predating the Jan. 6 riots,” Just the News’ John Solomon said. “The early actions identified in court documents date back to November, with planning and rhetoric accelerating after Christmas, court records show.”

This new discovery alludes to the fact that the riot was not a spontaneous response to rhetoric used during a speech.

Weeks before the attack plans to siege the Capitol were discussed on several pro-Trump message boards.

This new light shed on the situation reveals questions regarding the FBI and other federal agencies that are supposed to be monitoring such activity.

Democrats blame Former President Trump for the entire ordeal. This new evidence shows otherwise.

“I would hope that those 10 Republicans and hopefully even some Democrats would say as we now look at the timelines that the media, The New York Times, The Washington Post, and all are reporting on, here’s exactly it, the facts,” former independent counsel Kenneth Starr said.

“[House lawmakers] made a huge, colossal blunder. So walk back, and apologize to the former president, apologize to the American people that I never should have voted in favor of this without the benefit of all the facts. I rushed to judgment.”

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“And there’s an awful lot of tape of cities burning and courthouses being attacked and federal agents being assaulted by rioters in the street cheered on by Democrats throughout the country and many of them in Washington using really the most inflammatory rhetoric that’s possible to use,” Bruce Castor said.

Ethan Nordean, an anti-government activist and Proud Boys member fund raised to “help us with safety/protective gear and communications equipment,” prior to the event.

“Let them remember the day they decided to make war with us,” he allegedly wrote online.

“Evidence uncovered in the course of the investigation demonstrates that not only did CALDWELL, CROWL, WATKINS, and others conspire to forcibly storm the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021 — they communicated with one another in advance of the incursion and planned their attack,” one affidavit stated.

“We have a good group. We have about 30-40 of us. We are sticking together and sticking to the plan,” Watkins was quoted as saying at one point.

From the BizPac Review:

The former president’s current legal team is set to argue that his speech did not, in fact, incite anyone to riot but instead to protest “peacefully” as protected by the First Amendment.

Regarding planning for the attack, federal prosecutors filed an affidavit from the FBI last week explaining that on Dec. 27, Ethan Nordean, an anti-government activist and Proud Boys member from the state of Washington who used the alias Rufio Panman, posted a message on Parler saying he was planning to go to the Jan. 6 protest.

His post included a fundraising plea to “help us with safety/protective gear and communications equipment,” said an FBI affidavit.

Nordean ramped up his rhetoric by Jan. 4 and strongly hinted that violence was a foregone conclusion.

Other affidavits contain alleged communications between participants intercepted by the FBI indicating a conspiracy, including between defendants Thomas Edward Caldwell, Donovan Ray Crowl, and Jessica Marie Watkins.


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