Ray Epps: The Fed-Protected Provocateur Who Appears To Have Led The Very First 1/6 Attack On The U.S. Capitol


We can only wonder if Liz Cheney is going to include Ray Epps in the House investigation of January 6. She is so anxious to get Steve Bannon to testify why not this fine fellow? Should we be surprised after Michigan? The FBI. Coming to your school board meeting soon. How about a brief refresher on the FBI and entrapment before we start on Ray Epps in case we have any doubts the lengths to which they will go.

Michigan governor kidnap plot dreamt up by FBI, accused leader claims

Even BuzzFeed found the case a bridge too far. No rightwing rag.

Now on to one Ray Epps.

There’s videos of capitol police waving people to come in the door, and openly encouraged them to come in. So it’s not a concern, it is an undeniable fact. This after refusing for months to release the thousands of hours of video the government had collected so that good Americans could not use them in their defense.

In a House hearing on Thursday, Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) questioned AG Merrick Garland about a mysterious man, Ray Epps, instructing protesters to enter the US Capitol building on January 5, and who later shepherded crowds towards the Capitol on January 6.


The story of the mystery man, Ray Epps, featured in Rep. Massie’s video below is in fact far more shocking than even the good Congressman implies in the hearing. It’s a story so strange, and so scandalous at every turn, that it threatens to shatter the entire official narrative of the “Capitol Breach” and expose yet another dimension of proactive federal involvement in the so-called “insurrection” of January 6th.

If Revolver News’s previous reporting points to a proactive role of the federal government in relation to the conspiracy cases against Oath Keepers and Proud Boys, the Ray Epps story that follows suggests a similar, yet more egregious, explicit, direct and immediate degree of federal involvement in the breach of the Capitol itself.

Even the crowd catches on onto Epps with the chant Feds, Feds, Feds

Rep. Massie Questions Attorney General Garland- Were Federal Agents Present/Agitating on Jan 6th?


After months of research, Revolver’s investigative reporting team can now reveal that Ray Epps appears to be among the primary orchestrators of the very first breach of the Capitol’s police barricades at 12:50pm on January 6. Epps appears to have led the “breach team” that committed the very first illegal acts on that fateful day. What’s more, Epps and his “breach team” did all their dirty work with 10 minutes still remaining in President Trump’s National Mall speech, and with the vast majority of Trump supporters still 30 minutes away from the Capitol.

Secondly, Revolver also determined, and will prove, that the the FBI stealthily removed Ray Epps from its Capitol Violence Most Wanted List on July 1, just one day after Revolver exposed the inexplicable and puzzlesome FBI protection of known Epps associate and Oath Keepers leader Stewart Rhodes. July 1 was also just one day after separate New York Times report amplified a glaring, falsifiable lie about Epps’s role in the events of January 6.

Lastly, Ray Epps appears to have worked alongside several individuals — many of them suspiciously unindicted — to carry out a breach of the police barricades that induced a subsequent flood of unsuspecting MAGA protesters to unwittingly trespass on Capitol restricted grounds and place themselves in legal jeopardy.

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25 Responses to “Ray Epps: The Fed-Protected Provocateur Who Appears To Have Led The Very First 1/6 Attack On The U.S. Capitol”

  1. Baysider Says:

    Old Jewish law held that if you lied as a witness to convict someone you took the punishment they would have gotten for the “crime.” Where is that rule when you need it? These agents need to be investigated (by whom??) and if proven true, prosecuted for that crime.

    I know about a lot of skullduggery, including the FBI push of the Governor Witless plot. But nothing to this extent! Man. And yes to provocateurs in the capitol. I saw men interviewed about enjoying themselves somewhere in the crowd and who were pressed by others to “let’s move, it’s time to go, on to the capitol.” He saw an irregular group dressed in similar fashion and behaving very different from the crowd, moving separately through the crowd but acting in concert. They prodded the crowd to move en masse in front of them. He thought it was a provocation and his group and many others backed away. Ed, do your remarks mean you were there? Very wise response.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      A bunch of Trumpers out for the day wound up being manipulated into activity that did neither them nor the Trump cause any good. In fact, ended up hurting the very cause they supported. Now an FBI agent at every rally, looking at every tweet and FB posting. Well done Deep State.


  2. Ed Bonderenka Says:

    Pretty much, the Jan 6th Trespassurection was a government fabrication.
    I was at a table during lunch between speakers and someone I don’t know suggest, “Well, at least we have the guns and are willing to do something about it.” I asked him which branch of the DOJ was he from?
    In that regard, they’ve won.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. nrringlee Says:

    Our political culture places little to no value on truth. This is one such example. The Kabuki theater of the US Congress does not allow for a humble and diligent quest for truth. And that is one of the many reasons our Republic is sinking in to the mire of progressive ideology and dysfunction.

    Liked by 4 people

    • bunkerville Says:

      I have come to that realization. To think there is a moral compass for them fails us to appreciate how sinister they are and how it will lead to our destruction unless there is an awakening.
      Biden is still out there spouting that this upcoming bill will not cost one cent when it hasn’t even been written tells us what we are looking at. I am finding him repulsive.

      Liked by 1 person

  4. Mustang Says:

    I do see myself as a law and order fellow, but with an important caveat: given that the government owns all the investigative resources, I expect that when a decision has been taken to prosecute someone, that the government has followed investigatory rules to-the-letter, that they have not engaged in illegal activities themselves in order to “get the goods” on someone, that when the investigation has been turned over to a prosecutor, that it is with regret rather than with glee, and that if a conviction results from a court proceeding, that these stellar officers of the court won’t go around high-fiving one another like a bunch of high school sophomore basketball players.

    I have no patience with federal officers entrapping citizens so that they’ll one day get a promotion to SAC and I have no patience with federal prosecutors who use their extraordinary powers (which cost them nothing, but drives defendants into the poor house) to bludgeon citizens who are under investigation or stand accused. If it is true that the FBI set up the Michigan affair, and if it is true that they set up “demonstrators and party goers” on 6 January, then whoever was involved, top to bottom, needs to be in a federal penitentiary for a long-damn-time.

    I’m beginning to think — yeah … we need an FBI, but given the police organizations in this country, the FBI should be a two-man office with a multiline telephone system. Did the FBI do anything to prevent the first or second attack on the WTC? No? Didn’t one of their own special agents provide classified material to the Russians? Didn’t a CIA mole provide damaging information to the Russians, as well? Didn’t the ONI’s Jonathan Pollard pass US secrets to the Israelis? And since we’re talking about the ONI, didn’t former ONI special agent Bob Woodward contrive to bring down two presidencies? And, all the while, the FBI was too incompetent (or politically poisoned) to determine that the Steel Dossier was a complete fake, and their agents are running around trying to entrap citizens with an idea that was the FBI’s to begin with??

    Man, oh-man. You can’t make this stuff up.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      The FBI has been at this entrapment business for a long time. Back in my home town, very rural America in the early ’70s, we had a plant that made cigarette lighters. Long story short, the FBI found a reason to come in for some such, and we had a big hoe down trial of several people. Big time story, for a small town. In the end they were found not guilty and the FBI was revealed as one big manufacturing entrapment agency. It has been a very long time ago, and the details have long left me. But the imagery and photos stick with me. Call it my awakening. They were lucky. We had good lawyers who were willing to defend them pro bono. Of course the feds were more than willing to make a deal before the trial.
      One can only imagine 80,000 new IRS agents. They will bankrupt hard working Americans by threatening to indict or of course make a deal. Either way we lose.

      Liked by 3 people

  5. Terri D. Says:

    It just gets nuttier and nuttier. SMH.

    Liked by 3 people

  6. markone1blog Says:

    I don’t know about you, but I seem to prepare quite a few posts that never get fully implemented due to the nature of Democrat strategies being blasted out as if through multiple fire hoses. Sampling those news pieces are like trying to sip out of a fire hose.

    Liked by 1 person

    • bunkerville Says:

      There was a time when I would search forever to find something of interest to post about… seriously, stats are down regarding visitors and burnout appears on the horizon. Not sure anymore if its worth it. My Saturday posts which I enjoy doing and are my big days. So much for insight. Animals are worthy topics. Always loyal with unconditional love. We can learn a lot from them.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Mustang Says:

      I have been long-intrigued by the uncanny coincidences of media using the exact same words, phrases, and voice to report on a single incident unfavorable to conservative America. The only possible explanation for this is collusion. The only organization I’m aware of that is capable of such an orchestration is one funded and controlled by G. Soros: Media Matters. So the expression, “He must not have gotten the memo” more or less describes anyone who breaks faith with the Soros organizations by reporting other than the scripted version of a singular event. What amazes me beyond words is that anyone (and I do mean anyone) pays any attention whatsoever to the American media.

      Here-in lies the value of the work done daily by our friend Bunkerville, and others (like yourself). If we lose these stalwart patriots, then we’ve lost an important frame of reference for normal people. We may not win this war, but I at least hope we’ll go down fighting like hell.

      Liked by 3 people

  7. markone1blog Says:

    If I hadn’t been on the notes on the last of 2 Peter, I would have been rounding out a post that included Epps efforts on 6 January. Additionally, the post notes the efforts of Chip Roy to get the conservatives off of dead center.

    Liked by 1 person

  8. markone1blog Says:

    I hope that the real Republicans (that would obviously exclude Cheney) keep the spotlight on Epps and keep asking questions that Garland won’t answer.

    Liked by 2 people

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