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Jan 12 2022

Ted Cruz Goes There: Did Feds Incite January 6?

Ted Cruz disappointed conservatives when he assisted leftists by characterizing the overblown January 6 debacle as a “violent terrorist attack.” Now he makes amends by asking questions the liberal media will not regarding the federal government’s possible involvement in inciting the riot.

Yesterday, Cruz grilled the FBI’s Jill Sanborn (Executive Assistant Director, National Security Branch) before a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing.

Cruz: Did any FBI agents or confidential informants actively participate in the events of January 6th, yes or no?

Sanborn: Sir, I can’t answer that.

Cruz: Did any FBI agents or confidential informants commit crimes of violence on January 6th?

Sanborn: I can’t answer that, sir.

Cruz: Did any FBI agents or FBI informants actively encourage and incite crimes of violence on January 6th?

Sanborn: Sir, I can’t answer that.

Sanborn also refused to say whether riot inciter Ray Epps is a federal agent. However, the January 6th Committee proclaims that Epps denies being a government agent, so apparently the matter is settled to the satisfaction of Liz Cheney et al.

Cruz finally did manage to extract a “Not to my knowledge” from Sanborn on the question, “Did federal agents or those in service of federal agents actively encourage violent and criminal conduct on January 6th?”

Secretiveness about sources and methods is not a luxury we can afford in this case, because Democrats have been exploiting January 6 in an attempt to change our system of government by institutionalizing election fraud to secure permanent single-party control.

Epps reminds Mark Dice of FBI informant Emad Salem, who would have gotten burned on the 1993 World Trade Center attack if he hadn’t wisely distrusted the FBI enough to record conversations with them:

Because they have gone to such lengths to exploit it, January 6 is Democrats’ Reichstag fire, regardless of whether the Federal Bureau of Instigation lit the match.

On tips from Mr. Freemarket and KirklesWorth. Hat tip: Not the Bee.


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