Matt Gaetz: Riot may have been a ‘fedsurrection’

Bob Unruh By Bob Unruh   Jan 6, 2022

Few Republicans were around the Capitol on Thursday as the Democrat party staged its day-long requiem for the Jan. 6, 2021, riot there, giving speeches that blamed President Trump, holding moments of silence, several times, and even a “bipartisan prayer” vigil.

One who was around was Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., one of two Republicans who had opposed Trump enough to qualify her to be picked by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for her partisan committee investigating the riot.

Two others were Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia and Matt Gaetz of Florida, each of whom has been known to unleash a comment or two on behalf of themselves and their party.

The Washington Examiner reported Thursday was no different.

Referring to the events about which the Democrats scheduled daylong memorials, Gaetz said, “It may very well have been a fedsurrection.”

While the federal government repeatedly has declined to provide information about its informants, agents or spies that were on Capitol Hill that day last year, it is true that prosecutors have identified multiple “unindicted co-conspirators” who were alongside those who now are facing charges.

They apparently were doing the same things, but they are not being charged. Or even publicly identified.

And several investigative organizations have revealed that several of those on video while they were advocating for citizens to rush into the Capitol and take it over are not facing any accusations whatsoever.

It was reported only this week that Just the News noted that the question already has been raised in Congress, by Rep. Thomas Massie, R-Ky., who wondered, “How many January 6th protesters were actually working for the federal government.”

 

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