The Storming Of The Capitol — Inciting Insurrection Or False Flag Attack? (Part 3)

By Maryam Henein

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Storming the Capitol has a cool ring to it. People who follow “Q” often refer to “the storm being upon them.” Q’s prophecies were about to be fulfilled when ironically on January 6th, the American people became the storm Q followers have been waiting for. Convenient stories are now going viral that “Q-Anon” bears a striking resemblance to a Bolshevik Psy-Op from the 1920s known As “Operation Trust.”

So how did the idea for the protest come about? 

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Ali Alexander, a convicted felon pleading guilty to felony property theft, directly implicated Rep Paul Gosar (R-AZ) in one of his videos, saying:

“I was the person who came up with the January 6th idea with Congressman Gosar…We four schemed up a maximum pressure on Congress while they were voting…,” Alexander said before Twitler banned him. He first appeared in conservative politics in the Tea Party era under the name “Ali Akbar,” organizing a group called the National Bloggers’ Club that was tied to “shady data collection operations.”

Ali per his newsletter, is now reportedly laying low and is raising money to ward off attacks. Does he have any connections with retired Air Force Maj. Gen. Kevin J. Sullivan who seemingly plays his two adoptive sons John, affiliated with Antifa, and James who is affiliated with the Proud Boys?

I personally learned about “Stop The Steal” as early as November 6th. I saw the movement grow rapidly as more and more stories of fraud came to the surface. The hashtag #StopTheSteal was widely used. I myself used it as I was reporting on the election. According to one insider who wished to remain anonymous, there were two websites (.us and .com), one manned by Ali and the other supposedly by Roger Stone, who is credited for the “Stop the Steal” slogan. Whois website shows the dot-com is available and for sale for $250k.

Ali began organizing a protest outside the Capitol for January 6th, dubbing it the “Wild Protest” after a Trump tweet promising the protests during the electoral vote count “will be wild.” Incidentally, Alexander raised $183K in connection to the “Wild Protest”’ at the Capitol. Many of the speakers he scheduled that day never got to take the stage. In fact, a stage was never even built.

The Capitol gates were breached at 2:00 p.m. according to The Epoch Times. I made my way to the Freedom Plaza, then to the Capitol, then back to the Freedom Plaza, then back to the Capitol. The 1.2-mile stretch is about a 35-minute walk. At one point, people dressed in black ran past me and I was thrown to the cement and bruised my left hip. Who were they? 

Around 2:24 p.m., Trump sent a tweet:

Mike Pence didn’t have the courage to do what should have been done to protect our Country and our Constitution, giving States a chance to certify a corrected set of facts, not the fraudulent or inaccurate ones which they were asked to previously certify. The USA demands the truth!

A minute later, the Capitol police reports fired shots.

When I arrived at the Capitol for the second time at around 3:40 p.m., it was still swarmed. Conveniently, the scaffolding erected for Biden’s inauguration was transformed into a jungle gym. I had no reception. I entered the Rotunda at around 3:45 p.m., and there were people gathered around. A lot of people. I saw a guy dressed as Waldo come down some steps. Get it? Where’s Antifa? Cute.

I got mildly tear-gassed and excited. Then I literally prayed to find someone who could keep me safe so I could go back in. I scanned the crowd for someone to approach, and then finally landed on a young man who seemed like he had a good head on his shoulders.

“Do you happen to know Matt Couch?”

In retrospect, I don’t know what made me ask him that. I had met Couch at AMP Fest. The guy’s name was Jason Funes, Former Trump Campaign & Administration Staff, and it turned out he was Couch’s videographer in D.C. He asked me if I wanted to go back inside. I nodded enthusiastically. His phone had run out of memory, and so I agreed to cover for him. In retrospect, I wish my camera work was better, but I was cold and concerned that if more tear gas was fired, I would be caught in a panicked melee. It was loud with all kinds of chants like ‘We love Trump’ as people moved through the crowd like sardines. Finally, we positioned ourselves on the left side outside of the Rotunda.

By this time, Bowser had already announced a curfew and lawmakers and staff had evacuated via underground tunnels. At around 2:43 p.m., video footage shows Sullivan and a mob of rioters collected behind the glass-paneled door to the Speaker’s Lobby, which was barricaded by furniture from the other side. Three officers were standing in front of the door.

Sullivan, 26,who penetrated the Capitol with CNN’s Jade Sacker, was seen on camera egging on intruders and repeating “I have a knife. I have a knife” arguably to open up a locked Capitol door. This is where an officer shot and reportedly killed 35-year-old Air Force veteran, Ashli Babbitt. Sullivan apparently spotted a man with a gun drawn on the other side of the door. Soon after, Babbitt climbed into an empty frame left after a window was broken.

A gunshot rang out at 2:45 and Babbitt, who had a Trump flag tied around her waist, tipped back and fell onto the marble floor as blood spilled from her left side.

In the John Sullivan video I watched, you can hear someone yell, “They shot a girl!” as a crowd runs out of the southeast entrance.

At the same time, four officers in tactical gear and rifles reach the scene from a lower level through a staircase to the north. Some find the death fishy; watch this analysis.

Sullivan conveniently is the one who captures the fatal shot. Here Sullivan shares his version of that day at the Capitol.

Sullivan’s extensive coverage conveniently gets immediate and first billing on Anderson Cooper and other major news outlets, posing as a journalist despite Sullivan’s obvious documented complicity in the riot.

Later in one Q & A on Sullivan’s YT channel, which surprisingly has a very low number of views, is seen showing all the equipment he owns to validate his profession. And then in another video, he says he uses “I am a journalist” line all the time with success. In other words, he has no real credentials. He’s a poser.

At one point, Sacker turns to Sullivan and says: “Let me give you a hug now. We did it. You were right. We did it.”

“Dude, I was trying to tell you. I couldn’t say much,” he replies.

“You aren’t recording, right?” she adds.

“I’ll delete that [expletive] up,” he replies. “But I didn’t record you, I mean.”

Sullivan, who it turns out was also an Uber driver, actor, and a world-class speed skater lied to Sacker. He’s also caught on record contradicting himself about his press credentials. What else is he lying about?

Tweets prove Sullivan was at the Washington Monument at 11:00 a.m. for the “No Fascist In DC – March Against Fascism” event according to this announcement (notice the “Dump Trump For Good” text). Interesting that Sullivan is released while federal judges have denied bail to others who took part in the January 6th chaos.

“The court orders John Earle Sullivan’s release, in this case, based on a finding that the government did not establish a basis to hold a detention hearing…Because the court finds the threshold conditions under §3142(f) have not been met, it cannot hold a detention hearing and, thus, cannot detain the defendant,” the federal judge in Utah, District Magistrate Judge Daphne Oberg, wrote.

“On July 13, 2020, Sullivan was charged with rioting and criminal mischief by the local law enforcement authorities in Provo, Utah, based on his activities around a June 30, 2020, protest in which a civilian was shot and injured. The case is still pending.” Rumors peg John Sullivan as an FBI asset.

Babbitt died later that day, police said. Interestingly the name of that officer has not been released. If it has, please let me know. The media says she was one of four fatalities from the violent rioting that wreaked havoc through the halls of Congress that Wednesday. More accurately, three other deaths were “medical emergencies,”says the D.C. police department. When I asked the D.C. Medical Examiner, they told me they did not have autopsies and that the “manner of death” reports were not yet available.

This case is still pending and when the cause and manner of death are available, I will follow up with you,” spokesperson Cheryle E. Adams wrote to me via email on January 21st.

A Capitol Police officer, Brian D. Sicknick, died the next day. He “was injured while physically engaging with protesters … returned to his division office and collapsed,” according to a CNN article. Prosecutors in the US Attorney’s office plan to open a federal murder investigation into the Sicknick’s death, says a law enforcement official. Also, two different police offers have committed suicide after responding to Wednesday’s Capitol incident: Officers Howard Liebengood and Jeffrey Smith.



Meanwhile, once positioned outside the Rotunda, I felt like I was at a coliseum watching degenerate Gladiators. I started filming a lone officer who came out of the capitol with a gun but given the censorship, I haven’t posted the footage yet except on a few shows. There was a woman with a bullhorn yelling for masks and water, and inciting the crowd. Later others like Jason Funes, former Trump campaign aid and administrator staffer also identified her as an instigator.

I spotted many other shady looking people like a dude in a gas mask who seemed to be using a camera as a prop. This guy was not snapping at rapid fire or holding the camera with ease. Does the FBI have those images?  I’ll take Antifa for $600 Alex.

When I asked the man to my left what he thought this destruction would accomplish, he said something about “dragging out the swamp.” It felt as though he was regurgitating rehearsed lines. Did he think this was an episode of Game of Thrones?

Some of us yelled “Stop The Violence” in lieu of “Stop the Steal.” It was a mess unraveling at a quick clip. Then a more powerful tear gas was sprayed.

My eyes stung and I was squashed between others, but for the record, I did not contract Covid-19. I placed my arms on Jason as he navigated through the crowd. My eyes burned badly and I could barely see. “Hey, at least our face diapers  finally came to some use,” I said to someone beside me.

At 5:11 p.m., I asked Jason what he thought of what we’d just witnessed on camera. He remarked how fake MAGA supporters incited violence to make patriots look bad.

Inside, they had apparently already sent an FBI SWAT team of about eight officers to provide cover for the Capitol Fire and EMTs there to extract Babbitt.

Troops eventually reached the Capitol after 5:00 p.m. By that time the show was conveniently over and the last of the tear gas had been fired.

Intruders have never before caused an interruption of the joint session of Congress that certifies the president.

To be continued…

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