Thursday, January 6, 2022

J6 in Retrospect

Last January 6th, Mrs. Graybeard and I were watching some of the news stories coming out of DC and I distinctly remember saying, "this smells like a false flag operation."  There were those videos of what appeared to be cops waving groups into the capital building.  What she said to me was the essence of this tweet that Irish posted that day. 

As well as wondering why there was no shatterproof glass in "one of the most secure buildings in the world."  The whole thing brought this to mind from a couple of months earlier (and also from Irish).

In the year since, it has only seemed more like a false flag operation.  As Dinesh D'Souza says, this is the only insurrection in history in which there were no insurrectionists.  We can say that positively because nobody has been charged with insurrection.  The person who seems to have been an insurrectionist, because they have him on recordings saying they need to go into the capital, Ray Epps, has had no charges whatsoever and (as far as I can tell) is living peacefully at home.  Meanwhile, people charged with much more minor things have been held without bail in solitary confinement long enough for it to be considered torture under human rights laws and beaten badly enough to break bones.  

There's another famous FBI job in the news, the one where a group of FBI agents talked some rubes into going along with their plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Whitmer.  January 6th is making that bunch look like consummate professionalism.  

Meanwhile, this goes here:

(clearly the Babylon Bee's work)



  1. The Mrs. had a take on this one: the Dems were so ham-handed, they've actually repulsed people away from them. They are looking for an emergency, and will stop at nothing to get it. It's all about the power.

  2. If you make the lie big enough and tell it often enough, history shows that people believe it. And with teacher's unions signing on to every absurd theory and crackpot notion, who knows what the world will think of J6 thirty years from now.

  3. Reichstag, anyone?

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