1/x The New York Times puff piece on Ray Epps is hugely important.

Ray Epps, the only person caught on repeatedly directing people into the Capitol is the only January 6 rioter the New York Times has written a puff piece for
2/x They know Epps is the smoking gun.

And this likely is the beginning of a monumental damage control campaign
To get acquainted with Epps, watch the video compilation: again, this is the ONE Jan 6 rioter the New York Times has managed to write a puff piece for
Let's turn to the Times piece, and skip straight to the buried lede.

Here we see reference to a text message Epps sent to his nephew describing how he "orchestrated movements of people" to the Capitol after Trump's speech
Will this text soon become a matter of public record? What exactly is his phrasing? Will other Ray Epps communications soon come out that will further clarify this sudden need for aggressive damage control?
Also: The entire NYT piece contains no explicit denial by Epps of association with military intelligence, DHS, JTTF, or any cutouts or intermediaries. We have references to "lies" and Epps' wish that "the truth come out," in addition to denial of association with law enforcement
I wonder if @alanfeuer could clarify for the record: did he ask Epps if he had any association with any intelligence agencies or cutouts of such agencies? If so, what did he say? If not, why not?
Feuer's NYT piece describes Epps as a Trump supporter.

He says "Trump traveled to Washington to back Mr. Trump"... and that he "took a last minute trip to Washington for Trump's speech about election fraud."

That's right, this alleged Trump supporter travelled all the way from Arizona to DC, and didn't even attend Trump's speech. Instead, he spent the evening of January 5th and the morning of the 6th telling people to go into the Capitol (VIDEO)
Did Alan Feuer, the obscure (bluecheck-less!) NYT reporter who penned the puff piece, think to ask Epps why he travelled all the way to DC and skipped Trump's speech?
For that matter, did Feuer ask Epps where he got the idea to urge people to go into the Capitol in the first place?

Did it occur to him out of the blue?

Did someone else give him the idea? If so, who?
The whole purpose of Jan 6 Committee is to figure out what caused Jan 6. Epps was calling for people to go into the Capitol the evening before.

Wouldn't it be newsworthy to know where Epps got the idea, and why he was so doggedly fixated that particular mission?
The very fact that these questions weren't asked indicates that this is one of the sloppiest and most transparent cover-up jobs in New York Times history--- a total Feuer job!
The Times attempts to wave off Epps' January 6 participation as negligible, similar to those who committed minor offenses and weren't charged
Yet Epps is the key person caught on video with an advance plan to go into the Capitol.

He's there the morning of directing people to the Capitol, and he's right up at the barricade during the initial breach
after the breach Epps runs into the restricted zone.

Note that many others, including Jeremy Brown, Owen Shroyer, Ibrahim, Cuoy Griffin, and others have been hit with tresspassing charges for this
But Epps isn't open to just a trespassing charge.

Not enough has been said about the significance of the following video.

Note Epps message "WHEN we go in, leave this here." Epps says this just minutes before the intiial breach of Capitol grounds
How is this not a basis for a conspiracy charge?

For some perspective, Jan 6 defendent George Tanios faces serious conspiracy charges for saying "no no not yet it's still early" when his alleged co-conspirator asked for bear spray
Ray Epps' participation in the Jan 6 riot was sufficiently egregious as to make him one of the early targets of the Sedition Hunters, and earn him a spot as one of the first 20 of FBI's most wanted for January 6
Amazingly, Ray-Epps is referenced as a pre-planner of the Capitol siege in the NYT's OWN VIDEO DOCUMENTARY of January 6, "Day of Rage: How Trump Supporters Took the US Capitol"
The very same NYT that now dismisses "conspiracies" about Ray Epps refers to Epps in its own definitive video documentary as a rioters for whom "storming the capitol was part of the plot all along"
Again the NYT video documentary features Epps as one of the key orchestrators of the Capitol siege
The Times piece ominously suggests Epps will sue news outlets for defamation... should Epps sue the NYT for suggesting Epps pre-planned the Capitol attack in its own ostensibly definitive video documentary of that "day of rage?
The bottom line here is that Ray Epps is the smoking gun of the Fedsurrection narrative, and the New York times is kicking off a massive damage control campaign to make any unsanctioned ideas about Epps too toxic and dangerous to print
Regime janitors like Feuer who specialize in mopping up Fed dirty work will go into overdrive as more about Ray Epps and the initial breach comes out

We're on to their game - its too late

Ray Epps says he just wants the truth to come out. Let it be so.…
Be sure to pre-order the Skyhorse introduction to the sham Jan 6 committee report, featuring an introduction by yours truly…

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