Footage Proves Ray Epps Lied to Jan 6 Committee

Rumors that Epps is a member of intelligence persist.

  • Ray Epps was on the Capitol grounds 30 minutes longer than he originally claimed, according to January 6 footage shown by Fox News’ Tucker Carlson.
  • Epps encouraged people to enter the U.S. Capitol building, but has never been indicted for the action.
  • Epps also texted his nephew that he “orchestrated” the protests, according to Epps’ testimony.
  • “Epps testified that when he sent the text message to his nephew, he had already left the Capitol grounds to return to his hotel room,” Carlson explained on Monday’s episode of “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” “The surveillance footage we found shows that in fact, Ray Epps remained at the Capitol for at least another half an hour.”
  • “At the very least, Ray Epps lied in his sworn testimony to the January 6 Committee,” he went on to say.
  • “We know there was some number of undercover federal agents in the crowd at the Capitol,” said Carlson.
  • Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) asked Assistant Attorney General Matt Olson why there is so little information on Ray Epps if the Department of Justice places a high priority on January 6 protestors.
  • “This was a man who was on the Most Wanted page for six months,” the senator told the assistant attorney general. “Do you really expect us to believe that you have never heard of the name “Ray Epps?”
  • “I simply don’t have any information at all,” Olson responded.
  • “The Select Committee is aware of unsupported claims that Ray Epps was an FBI informant based on the fact that he was on the FBI Wanted list and then was removed from that list without being charged,” a tweet from the Jan 6 Committee read.
  • “The Committee has interviewed Epps. Epps informed us that he was not employed by, working with, or acting at the direction of any law enforcement agency on Jan 5th or 6th or at any other time, & that he has never been an informant for the FBI or any other law enforcement agency,” the tweet added.
  • The January 6 Committee used the death of a Capitol police offer for political propaganda, according to Carlson, and Americans were made to believe Brian Sicknick was killed during the so-called “insurrection,” although he passed away days following the event.
  • “The January 6 committee knew perfectly well that Brian Sicknick was walking normally through the Capitol after he was supposedly murdered by Trump supporters. And they know that because they saw this tape,” said Carlson, as part of his review of the 41,000 hours of footage he received from House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA).
  • “Investigators saw the officer was alive, walking through the Capitol building on security footage but “refused to release the tape to the public. Why? Because this tape would shatter the fraud they were perpetrating on the country because hiding the truth serve their political interest,” Carlson claimed.