The January 6 Capitol Riot comprised many people who broke no laws. If one isn’t held accountable, others need to be let go. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) shows how uneducated he is in elements of crime, proving that he has no place on the January 6 Commission.
Ray Epps is a man who encouraged people to enter the Capitol building and encouraged them to push forward. Epps did this not only on January 6 but also on January 5. It means that Epps was monumental in orchestrating, encouraging, and attempting to pre-plan the riot that occurred on January 6. There’s no question about it.
Remember Epps? Epps said things like, “Tomorrow, we need to get into the Capitol! Into the Capitol!” and “I don’t even like to say it because I’ll be arrested (man tells him not to say it), I’ll say it. We need to go into the Capitol.” Epps has never been charged, but he seems to be very involved as he gets in close to protesters just before people storm through gates that police are holding to stop protesters from getting close to the Capitol building.
Kinzinger tweeted, “He didn’t enter the Capitol on January 6 and was removed from the most wanted list because apparently, he broke no laws. I’m pretty sure the FBI wouldn’t be dumb enough to put their agent on a wanted list. Ray Epps has cooperated with the January 6 committee, and we thank him.”
There’s an interesting thing about federal investigations that can be described with one word partisan.
The FBI has acted in line with the Democrat party and whatever they want for some time, whether with the Ashley Biden diary, Rudy Giuliani’s apartment, Hunter Biden’s taxes, and Hunter Biden’s laptop.
There’s a puzzle that’s only beginning to be pieced together with the Democrat party and the federal agencies that tell a story of corruption, Democrat party cover-ups, and politically charged investigations. The inner workings of any federal agency should be swift, non-partisan, and transparent. Transparency comes after the investigation, but providing the public with information is paramount to these agencies’ accountability to keep public confidence.
On the other hand, Kinzinger is working for a cause that Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi wants to project to all Americans. She needed a Republican voice to make that statement, so Kinzinger went along with the messaging. More questions need to be asked, and thankfully Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) was willing to ask those questions.