(RoyalPatriot.com )- A bomb was supposed to go off near the U.S. Capitol during the prior “Stop the Steal” event, according to Ray Epps, an Arizona citizen who has been the subject of accusations that federal agents planned the riot on January 6.
According to reports, Epps admitted in two FBI interviews last year that he trespassed on the Capitol’s restricted property and encouraged other demonstrators to enter the structure. Despite the confessions, the FBI has never detained Epps, and the Justice Department has never accused him of any crimes connected to January 6.
Although the DOJ has filed charges against more than 850 individuals in connection with the Capitol incident, the federal government’s inaction on Epps has encouraged rumors that he might be an FBI agent. Epps has consistently refuted the charge.
Epps admitted to the FBI on March 3, 2021, that he carried a first-aid kit with him during the Capitol disturbance because he anticipated a terrorist assault.
In an Epoch Times recording, Epps appears to say that he was concerned they were going to set off an explosive on one of the side streets. Epps believed there might be an IED. And if something did occur, he had a first-aid kit, and he could assist. Epps claims he had no intention of going to the protest, but he changed his mind when he learned that his son, James Epps Jr., would be there.
According to reports, the agents didn’t press Epps for more information or inquire about the two pipe bombs that authorities claimed were planted close to the Republican and Democratic party headquarters before the disturbance.
Before publicly requesting other field offices to canvass sources for information on the incident, which is still unsolved, the FBI’s Washington Field Office waited an entire year.
According to information gathered by Epoch, Epps called his words pushing other Trump supporters to enter the Capitol “very foolish” and told agents as much. Epps first omitted the information that just days earlier, on January 8, 2021, he had instructed individuals to go into the Capitol.
At the time, Epps admitted he was guilty of possibly trespassing, and that sort of conduct was not appropriate. He offered to serve as a witness. He claimed he was there to calm people down.
Judging from media reports, the FBI seems to have more assets than agents. Who exactly is running the department?