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Explosive Theory About Pipe Bombs and J6 False Flag

'It's increasingly clear that the pipe bomb tale was just another stunt to fuel panic and outrage about January 6...'

Speculation that questions the official narrative about “the alleged ‘pipe’ bombs discovered just before Congress met on January 6 to certify the results of the 2020 Electoral College vote,” was raised by Julie Kelly in an article at American Greatness.

“It’s increasingly clear,” wrote Kelly, “that the pipe bomb tale was just another stunt to fuel panic and outrage about January 6.”

Kelly’s analysis of a Washington Postdeep dive” into “The Attack” showed that the Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency in Washington DC, during a planning meeting on Dec. 30, articulated precisely the scenario that actually occurred, which was posited by the work of a “junior analyst” who had been “spooked” by “extremism” online:

“Someone,” the analyst suggested, “could plant an improvised explosive device near the Capitol, he said. With law enforcement distracted, extremists might then band together and attack government buildings, maybe even the Capitol.”

When the bombs were discovered, Kelly reported, “a fleet of bomb-squad trucks just happened to be on the east side of the Capitol complex, which happens to be the location of both the RNC and DNC headquarters.”

Kelly also questioned why “the suspect has not been caught, or even identified” and why there had been no “forensic report on the remains of the devices.”

The Post account revealed that the Jan. 6 “bomb threats” were already on the mind of Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., as she watched news footage of a pro-Trump rally on Dec. 12.

Cheney “couldn’t believe what she was seeing. Her thoughts flashed forward to Jan. 6, and she started to fear just how far Trump’s most avid supporters might go. Cheney imagined a bomb threat halting the count to certify the election.”

The Post also said that, as part of her “shadow effort to block Trump,” Cheney was responsible for arranging the grandstanding op-ed in which “all 10 living former defense secretaries,” including Cheney’s father, warned the military against “any political actions that undermine the results of the election or hinder the success of the new team.”

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