Merrick Garland is sweating bullets after he failed to stop this January 6 whistleblower’s chilling new revelations

Nancy Pelosi’s January 6 witch hunt is over.

But there are still many, many questions about the Capitol Hill riot.

Now Merrick Garland is sweating bullets after he failed to stop this January 6 whistleblower’s chilling new revelations.

The January 6 House Select Committee was a complete sham investigation intended to smear Donald Trump.

That’s why former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi would not allow Republicans to pick their own committee members; she did not want any adversarial questions.

Never Trumpers Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger — who are coincidentally both now former members of Congress — were hand-picked to put the RINO stamp of approval on the Democrats’ investigation.

But many questions remain about the events surrounding January 6.

Man behind “fed, fed, fed” video of Ray Epps speaks up

Hopefully the Republicans will get to the bottom of it now that they have control of the House.

And one person who was at the Capitol on January 6 is speaking out.

Tim Gionet, who spent 60 days in prison for livestreaming inside the Capitol building, spoke to independent journalist Darren Beattie, who has been a bulldog in investigating January 6.

Gionet was the person caught on camera leading the “fed, fed, fed” chant against the mysterious J6 figure, Ray Epps.

The video from the night of January 5, 2021 shows Epps encouraging people to go into the Capitol the next day.

Gionet told Beattie he found out that he was living in the same small town as Epps, Queen Creek, Arizona, just outside of Phoenix.

Gionet does not believe in coincidences. He thinks that he was being watched by the feds because his dissident online account Baked Alaska had received a sizable following.

What added to Gionet’s suspicions about Epps

Gionet explained to Beattie, “So let’s start on January 5th. I was living in Queen Creek, Arizona at the time and was preparing to go to J6 as the final Stop the Steal event…On the way to the airport I got a call from the FBI. I seriously thought this was a prank call and told the lady to email me from an official FBI email if it was really them. Sure enough, it really is the FBI, specifically a lady by the name Meghan O’Rees, and she said she was in Queen Creek wanting to speak with me.”

Gionet consulted his attorney, who told him not to meet with the FBI unless they had a warrant, which they did not.

He continued, “Now the first red flag was that Queen Creek is a very small town outside of Phoenix and I had never met ANYONE from that town when I was out traveling until Jan 5th. Yup, you guessed it. I uncovered two years ago that Ray Epps was also from Queen Creek! This random little town that I lived in. So what are the chances that the FBI tries to meet with me in Queen Creek on Jan 5th as I’m on the way to the airport to fly to DC, and later I find out it’s exactly where Ray Epps is from as I famously called him a fed right to his face?”

Shockingly, two of the people most instrumental in inciting violence on January 6 have not been charged.

Epps was briefly on the FBI’s Most Wanted list, but was removed after his identity had been revealed.

Epps was treated with kid gloves by the J6 Committee.

Perhaps even more galling is that the mysterious man known as Scaffold Commander has not been identified, and the FBI does not even seem to be looking for him.

There are so many questions about January 6 that need to be answered.

The ball is in the GOP’s court to provide some oversight.

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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