So @brad_polumbo thinks those of us covering and questioning the role of FBI and other agencies in Jan 6 is “conspiracy” hunting and going down “rabbit holes.”

It’s called journalism.
For almost 2 years, ppl like @DarrenJBeattie and I have been mocked, ridiculed, ignored by “conservative” media related to our reporting on FBI involvement in Jan 6—now that NYT confirmed informants in main “militias,” it’s ok to start asking questions. Pretty hilarious.

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Nov 22
Tucker is about to interview the fiancé of Chris Worrell, held in DC Gulag and denied release and treatment for his cancer. Tune in.
Part of my reporting in this from last year…
He is a resident of Florida.
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Nov 19
Remember the special master looking into DOJ/FBI claims re Trump's possession of "classified documents?"

He's moving forward with important deadlines ahead

Perhaps one major reason Garland appointed a special counsel is to bury this since it looks like a huge loser for DOJ...
Lots of filings recently--this is from DOJ.

Trump's legal team STILL has not seen the documents DOJ claims are classified. This was filed by DOJ this week. Garland/Monaco KNOW they have nothing Image
Part of Trump's motion filed Nov 8.

FBI raid was August 8--Chris Wray's agents stole 13,000 items from Trump's home. DOJ later admitted only about 100 documents had "classified" markings

Would love to know what is redacted here... Image
Read 4 tweets
Nov 18
Closing arguments underway now in Oath Keepers trial.

DOJ: "They called for violent overthrow of the United States government. They brought their weapons with them. They threw their bodies at them." WHAT LOL

(Weapons left at VA hotel. It was legal.)
DOJ: Stewart Rhodes in Nov 2020 referred to "1775, the eve of the American revolution."

AUSA Rakoszy reciting private chats btw defendants about what these people planned to do "in response to the election."

"This is a call for force against the authority of the government."
Rakoczy reciting cherry-picked sentences from group chats before January 6.

"They began their agreement to oppose by force the lawful transfer of power. They felt that they were above the law. They were going to save the day."

Rhodes echoed "the Declaration of Independence."
Read 13 tweets
Nov 18
Headed back to DC Courthouse in a bit to cover government's closing arguments in Oath Keepers case.

After trial yesterday, I went to another courtroom to cover a pre-trial hearing for the Proud Boys--that seditious conspiracy trial starts Dec 12.

Obviously I've covered both...
cases for nearly 2 years but it's different watching trials, hearings live. (And watching how media covers them)

I will lend my new expertise as to what is required to be considered a dangerous "militia" in the eyes of DOJ, FBI:
1) Despite description as "militia" by Chris Wray and prosecutors, DO NOT bring weapons of any sort near govt building. (Both groups unarmed in DC on Jan 6)

2) Engage in lots of heated rhetoric and braggadocio in private group chats very likely monitored or even created by feds.
Read 6 tweets
Nov 17
My observations from watching Oath Keepers trial live this am (I've been following case since Feb 2021 and following @TPC4USA exceptional coverage)

First--this is the stupidest criminal trial in the history of America maybe in the world since the beginning of time.

DOJ has...
spent what must be millions investigating, incarcerating, and prosecuting unarmed people who walked into a public building through an open door after Congress recessed on Jan 6. They stayed for about 20 minutes, hurt no one, vandalized nothing.

These prosecutors should be...
embarrassed. Imagine going to law school so you can put on trial a few veterans including one who is disabled to bolster the regime's narrative that Trumpers did an "insurrection!" on January 6.

Second, the evidence is mostly gleaned from group chats and social media meesages
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Nov 15
Bennie Thompson opens Homeland Security Committee hearing on worldwide threats featuring FBI Director Wray and DHS sec Mayorkas by mentioning Jan 6.

Domestic violent extremists are "greatest threat" to homeland, Thompson says.…
Thompson's J6 committee has totally ignored FBI. It's not even certain investigators interviewed Wray or any top FBI official.

Wonder if anyone will ask about bombshell confirmations re informants…
Rep. John Katko brings up Tom Thibault, FBI agent who helped suppress Hunter Biden laptop info.

Katko tells Wray he's concerned about partisanship at FBI: Katko knows agents who are "heartbroken" about the direction of the bureau.

"Hope you can turn this ship around." LOL
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