Suspected Jan. 6th instigator texted his nephew on the day of the riot to brag that he arranged the Capitol breach.
This massive news is being covered up by legacy media as expected.
In the newly released transcript of January 6th provocateur Ray Epps being questioned by the House Select Committee, the suspected undercover government operative confessed that he “orchestrated” the riot.
In the screenshot below, the Jan. 6 Committee asks Epps about a text message he sent to his nephew where Epps wrote, “I was in the front with a few others. I also orchestrated it.”
When asked what he meant when he told his nephew he “orchestrated” the January 6th Capitol break-in, he claimed he only “helped people get there.”
Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Georgia) responded to the Epps admission on Twitter, writing, “Number one, Ray Epps should be in jail. Number two, those members of Congress should not be seated and should face serious ethics charges for abuse of power. Number three, they should have to pay for all the attorney fees for the people they politically persecuted.”
Of course, Infowars and other alternative media outlets have documented the video of Epps being called a “fed” by chanting Trump supporters the day before January 6th as well as footage of him directing protesters to enter the Capitol building and ram police with barricades.
Here’s Epps claiming the “Capitol is our enemy” while arguing with people to break into the Capitol:
Here’s Epps helping coordinate the initial breach of the Capitol barricades and participating in clashes with police at the Capitol steps:
Read the full transcript of the Epps interview below: