Friday, May 24, 2024

Suspected Fed Plant Ray Epps Called FBI Tip Line Two Days after Jan. 6

'We're holding ground — we're not trying to get people hurt... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Ray Epps, a man who has infamously been accused of being a federal informant goading people into action on Jan. 6, reportedly called the FBI tip line soon after the rally, the Washington Examiner reported.

During the phone call, Epps tried to explain the video footage of him whispering into the ear of Ryan Samsel, a fellow protester, just before Samsel charged at police barriers.

He allegedly told the FBI that he was simply trying to explain to Samsel that the police were only doing their jobs.

Epps appeared in a number of videos on both Jan. 6 and the previous evening.

He has so far avoided any charges, despite the fact that he apparently entered a restricted part of the Capitol grounds. Conspirators, including Republican Reps. Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger, working with the J6 Inquisition have repeatedly refused to provide straight answers on Epp’s possible role as a government agent. Their carefully parsed and vetted statements laying cover for Epps, in fact, have raised more questions than answers.

“We’re holding ground — we’re not trying to get people hurt,” Epps was filmed telling a protester as both stood in the restricted area.

Samsel later confirmed Epps’ story in an interview with the FBI.

“He came up to me, and he said, ‘Dude’ — his entire words were, ‘Relax, the cops are doing their job,’” Samsel said, claiming that he did not know Epps at all.

Samsel has been charged with a number of offenses. He “forcibly assaulted, resisted, opposed, impeded, intimidated, or interfered with a federal agent while they are engaged in their official duties,” according to the Justice Department.

They also believe that he “committed or attempt to commit any act to obstruct, impede, or interfere with any fireman or law enforcement officer lawfully engage in the lawful performance of his official duties.”

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