Saturday, November 4, 2023

New J6 Footage Shows Ray Epps Whispering To ‘Baked Alaska’: “We’re Here To Storm The Capitol”
Posted on November 4, 2023 by Constitutional Nobody...

New J6 Footage Shows Ray Epps Whispering To ‘Baked Alaska’: “We’re Here To Storm The Capitol”   Authored by Debra Heine via American Greatness,

Anew report provides fresh evidence that infamous January 6 provocateur Ray Epps may have been an FBI plant.

In the first of a two-part series, “Truth in Media” host Lara Logan spoke with Anthime Gionet, also known as “Baked Alaska,” a right-wing influencer formerly associated with the “alt right.” Video footage from January 5, 2021 and earlier indicate that Epps appeared to be particularly interested in Gionet, who was later sentenced to two months in prison for his participation in the riot at the US Capitol.

Gionet (Baked Alaska) was one of several people who filmed Epps on the evening of January 5, 2021 outside BLM Plaza as he told Trump supporters “we need to go into the Capitol!” At first, Gionet said he was amused by Epps’ exhortation to breach the Capitol, and yelled ‘let’s go!’ in response, but after he saw him repeat the line several times to different groups that night, he became convinced the “boomer” was an FBI plant and was up to no good.

Gionet is the one who started the “Fed! Fed! Fed!” chant that went viral on social media.

“I’m someone who creates funny content so I just like to agree with everyone and if someone’s saying something crazy, a lot of times, I’ll just agree—say yeah, yeah,” Gionet said, explaining that he does it to encourage a subject to keep talking.

But the activist said he felt “weirded out” by Epps and quickly moved on to another group.

“I’m like, I’m getting away from this creep, he’s weirding me out,” Gionet said.

“I’m getting weird vibes—something’s off.”

Gionet told Logan that everyone else who heard Epps talking about going into the Capitol were also taken aback.

“I go to another group way far away from him, he follows me, and that’s when he begins instructing the crowd,” Gionet said. That’s when Epps was caught on tape again saying “we need to go into the Capitol.”

“Right when he said that, something clicked in my head,” Gionet said.

“It was like, whoa! This is scripted because he said the same exact line word for word three times and that’s not natural.”

Gionet said that it seemed very odd that he kept going around to all the different little groups and instructing them on what to do on January 6.

“Maybe the first time, he’s being silly or saying something crazy, but when he said it the third time word for word, I knew there’s a strong possibility this guy’s a fed. I started that chant, and guess what? The whole crowd joined in with me—within seconds!”

Gionet told Logan that that viral moment felt spiritual to him at the time.

“That was the spirit moving. That was God saying ‘somethings up here. Watch out, there’s something going on.’ And that’s what I felt in my heart as a believer, truly,” he said.

Shortly before midnight, Epps took a conciliatory tone with Gionet, telling him they he also despises Black Lives Matter and antifa.

“I stood ’em down myself with three Army vets in Queen Creek, Arizona,” Epps said.

“That’s where I live!” Gionet exclaimed. “Are you my neighbor?!”

After more friendly banter, Epps said ”we’re not here to fight man. He then leaned in and whispered “we’re here to storm the Capitol,” and added: “I’m not kidding.”

Why was Ray Epps treated as victim by the same people who condemned almost everyone around him as a threat?

We try to answer some lingering questions about the one “election-denying-Donald Trump-supporter” the media and the government didn’t seem to hate.

— Truth In Media (@Truth_InMedia) November 3, 2023

Logan noted that Epps’ words echoed the official narrative the next day—that Trump supporters “stormed the Capitol” before “it was broadcast across the nation.”

Gionet, aka Baked Alaska, said that because he had been banned from every social media platform, it was virtually impossible for him to tell his story, and so for the first year after J6, nobody heard a word about Epps.

“I thought it was a big story but I was banned off Twitter, I was banned off YouTube, I was banned off all social media so I couldn’t get the story out,” he explained.

He acknowledged that he had no proof that Epps was a “fed,” but remains convinced that he was.

Former Washington DC FBI Field Office chief Steven D’Antuono has acknowledged in sworn testimony that the Bureau had so many informants on the ground on January 6 that they lost track and had to order an audit to account for all of them.

Federal prosecutors finally filed a criminal charge against Epps in September.

The former Marine and Oath Keepers member was charged with a single misdemeanor count of disruptive or disorderly conduct in a restricted area in U.S. District Court in Washington in September, despite his lead role in orchestrating chaos on that day. The charge carries a maximum punishment of a year in prison.

In part two of Truth in Media’s report on Ray Epps, Logan interviewed a friend of Epps. The woman said that “something happened after he left the Oath Keepers until January 6. What, I don’t know but those are two different people.”

Part two, which will air next week, also features a video clip of Epps photographing Gionet without his knowledge during a Trump rally in Phoenix.

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For the crime of questioning the 2020 election, Willis wants to punish Clark ‘with the full penal and coercive power of the State.’

Jeffrey Clark’s Lawyers Demand Fani Willis’ ‘Grotesque Abuse Of Prosecutorial Power’ Be Dismissed

BY: JORDAN BOYD  NOVEMBER 01, 2023  The Federalist 

Trump-era Department of Justice official Jeffrey Clark’s legal team filed a 39-page special plea in the Fulton County Superior Court on Tuesday demanding Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis dismiss her “massive and grotesque abuse of prosecutorial power” indictment against Clark over his First Amendment right to question the 2020 election due to a lack of personal jurisdiction.

“There is zero allegation or evidence that Mr. Clark directed any purposeful activity into the State of Georgia,” the lawyers wrote. “The inquiry ought to end there. But it gets worse: there are zero specific allegations or evidence that Mr. Clark agreed with any resident defendant to do anything. An arm-waving general and conclusory allegation that all defendants conspired to unlawfully overturn the 2020 election is not sufficient to meet the threshold due process requirements for establishing personal jurisdiction.”

Willis’ attempt to “punish a thought crime with the full penal and coercive power of the State” by indicting Clark, former President Donald Trump, and 17 others, Clark’s lawyers wrote, has forced the U.S. into a constitutional crisis unlike anything this nation has ever seen before.

“So here we are: this District Attorney seeks to imprison the leading presidential candidate of her opposite political party, to the acclaim of those baying for his destruction. She has dragged all of us not just into the outskirts of dangerous constitutional territory but into the maelstrom of a full-blown constitutional collapse,” the special plea states.

Clark’s association with former President Donald Trump, who nominated Clark first as assistant attorney general of the Environment and Natural Resources Division and later as acting assistant attorney general for the Civil Division, made him one of the 19 “co-conspirator” targets in Democrats’ wide-ranging election indictment in Fulton County, Georgia.

“The Indictment rests on a dogmatic premise that the election of President Biden was free of material irregularity and that any thought, expression, or conduct of the Defendants to the contrary was necessarily wrongful and criminal, and thus constituted a massive (but on its face preposterous) Georgia RICO conspiracy,” the attorneys wrote.

Clark specifically came under scrutiny for drafting a letter to Georgia officials shortly after the 2020 election that claimed the Department of Justice had “identified significant concerns that may have impacted the outcome of the election in multiple States, including the State of Georgia.” Clark did not send the letter after his DOJ superiors claimed the Civil Division should play no role in election issues.

In a personal affidavit filed on the same day as the special plea, Clark confirmed that he does not live in Georgia, never sent a letter to Georgia, and never visited the state during his tenure in the Trump administration. He merely made a legal recommendation involving the state.

For the crime of questioning “the Democrat Party’s prevailing creed that there were absolutely no significant or potentially outcome determinative problems in the 2020 election in Georgia or in Fulton County in particular,” Willis charged Clark with multiple crimes such as “alleged postelection interference with the 2020 presidential election in Georgia” even though his letter was never delivered.

Clark found allies in several people, including former Attorney General Ed Meese, who, in a 19-page affidavit, argued that the letter “fit squarely within the privileges discussed above as recognized by Presidents, the Congress, and various courts throughout our history.”

“It also fits squarely within the protections of the Opinion Clause of the Constitution,” Meese wrote, noting that Clark’s case should be moved to federal court.

But even Meese’s word wasn’t enough to call off the “witch hunt.”

Jordan Boyd is a staff writer at The Federalist and co-producer of The Federalist Radio Hour.

Why is he STILL head of the FBI ??

FBI Director Goes Silent When Asked Simple Question

Story by Andrew Rodriguez • 17

FBI Director Christopher Wray admitted that the safety of the United States has been compromised since President Joe Biden took office, with threats being greater.

“When asked whether the safety of the United States has been compromised since the election of President Joe Biden, FBI Director Christopher Wray fell silent,” the report found.

Wray highlighted that tensions in the Middle East have raised the potential for attacks on America to a higher level.

I asked FBI Director Wray a simple question: is the U.S. safer today than it was before
I asked FBI Director Wray a simple question: is the U.S. safer today than it was before @JoeBiden took office? After nearly 10 seconds of silence, he finally admitted what we all know…

“…the terror threats have elevated…”

“Is the United States safer from foreign terror threats today? Are we safer than when Joe Biden took office — from the day he took office?” Sen. Rick Scott, (R-FL) questioned Wray.

After a long pause, Wray responded.

“What I would say to you is that the terror threats have elevated. But I also think there are a lot of things the country has done throughout law enforcement to be better prepared to deal with them,” he stated.

While Wray acknowledged the elevated terror threats, he also mentioned that the country has taken measures to better prepare for dealing with them.

Senator Rick Scott criticized Wray’s response, stating that the terror threats have indeed increased.

“I asked FBI Director Wray a simple question: is the U.S. safer today than it was before [Joe Biden] took office? After nearly 10 seconds of silence, he finally admitted what we all know… ‘…the terror threats have elevated…'” Scott posted online.

“The reality is that the terrorism threat has been elevated throughout 2023, but the ongoing war in the Middle East has raised the threat of an attack against Americans in the United States to a whole other level,” Wray stated.

Wednesday, November 1, 2023

We have a lot of terrorist sympathizing trash in Congress and in our media, though it’s been that way for quite some time.

Hamas Executes a Hostage and the Media Are Concerned About...

Matt Vespa | Nov 01, 2023   Townhall 

This honeymoon is going to end, but until it does, I will give John Kirby props for debunking pro-Hamas propaganda. The White House Press Corps this week has been insufferable regarding the Israel-Hamas war. Hamas is keeping two million of its people from evacuating to safety, using them as human shields. Civilian casualties and deaths are unavoidable, and this isn’t some Kadima (party no longer exists) government.

This is Benjamin Netanyahu, who will not stop until the main objective of degrading Hamas into irrelevancy is accomplished. Hamas has controlled Gaza for 17 years, violently seizing control in 2007 after ‘winning’ the previous year’s elections. It’s been a Jihadi hell hole ever since, though one with an extensive terror tunnel infrastructure and some 40,000 terrorists waiting to kill Israeli troops. It’s why Netanyahu says this could be a long war.

On Monday, Kirby had to remind people of the differences between Hamas and Israel, which is a sad commentary. Also, the press’ obsession with Israel and the rules of war hasn’t gone unnoticed. Is Hamas following those international laws? We’re dealing with literal evil—this isn’t an academic exercise. And I could give a baker’s you-know-what about the US or Israel being isolated from the rest of the world in this war. If the so-called international community can’t see Hamas as the bad guys, then we are lost. Hamas beheaded a hostage, folks, but the media is trying to cast Israel as the state that's committed war crimes. Newbusters' Nicholas Fondacaro clipped the exchanges:
We Have Another Payment Development in the Biden Bribery Scandal
Matt Vespa | November 01, 2023

AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin

We have a regional war brewing in the Middle East, a crumbling economy, labor strikes, and House Republican drama, so this story got buried six feet under, but it doesn’t mean it’s gone away. The fiasco caused by the removal of Speaker Kevin McCarthy paused the hearings about the Biden corruption scandal, which involves structured payments from Eastern European oligarchs to an array of shell companies owned and operated by the Biden family.

The most damning evidence coming from the Burisma deal, where the payments correlate with legal protections—Joe firing the Ukrainian prosecutor investigating the energy company for corruption—and the ledger and phone recordings from its executives that allege a $10 million bribe was wired to Joe and Hunter around 2015-2016. There are also over 170 suspicious activity reports from six banks regarding the financial transactions of this family. No direct evidence linked Joe Biden to the payments until this month. Spencer wrote it up:

Remember over the summer when Joe Biden, asked about House investigators' findings about a Biden family business scheme to peddle influence for cash, quipped, "Where's the money?" Well, House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) produced evidence of at least some of the money being paid directly to Joe Biden.

… Comer explained what his committee's investigation has found and how a loan and a $200,000 check to Joe Biden from his brother, James, looks to be the evidence of direct financial benefit for President Biden Republican investigators have been searching for.

"We're still digging into evidence subpoenaed from bank accounts belonging to Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, and James and Sara Biden – the brother and sister-in-law of the President," Comer explained in a video published Friday. "A document that we're releasing today raises new questions about how President Biden personally benefited from his family's shady influence peddling of his name and their access to him."

"Bank records obtained by the House Committee on Oversight and Accountability have revealed a $200,000 direct payment from James and Sara Biden to Joe Biden in the form of a personal check," Comer revealed.


Is the executive branch spying on us?: Rep. Jim Jordan   Fox Business  

'HOW FAR DOES IT GO?': Jim Jordan raises questions over DOJ snooping

Nov 1, 2023      Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, discusses the new probe to investigate how big tech may have helped DOJ officials spy on Congress on ‘The Evening Edit.’

Vladimir Putin is 'Dead' After Rumored Illness, 'Understudy' Recognized as Stand-in President: Kremlin Source Say    Story by Haley Gunn • 1d 

Rumors swirled that Vladimir Putin succumbed to his terminal illnesses over the weekend.MEGA© Radar Online

A Kremlin source alleged that Vladimir Putin died over the weekend, and a body double has been officially recognized as the president of Russia, has learned.

The report follows rumors that Putin, 71, suffered a heart attack in recent weeks and was living out his final days in solitude while the alleged doppelgängers carried out official duties.

According to the Telegram channel General SRV, which claims to relay information from a Kremlin insider, Putin diedat his Valdai residence last week.

"There was a 'viewing' of the double of the late Russian President Vladimir Putin by a representative composition of the permanent members of the Security Council of the Russian Federation. In essence, the understudy has already held similar meetings, but this was during Putin’s lifetime, and now Nikolai Patrushev has arranged a kind of acceptance of the understudy in the image of the President by everyone who is related to the first and, partially, the second circle of people close to the 'President,'" the channel posted.