The National Pulse archived a Washington Post report, purposely buried in the “local” and “legal” sections of the outlet’s website.
The Washington Post story was written by three non-political reporters who illustrated the blatant misinformation about President Trump’s “incitement” over the past two weeks.
According to court documents filed Tuesday, “Self-styled militia members from Virginia, Ohio and other states made plans to storm the U.S. Capitol days in advance of the January 6 attack, and then communicated in real-time as they breached the building on opposite sides and talked about hunting for lawmakers.”
The report also narrates that while the authorities charged more than 100 participants in the riots, new allegations surface against three veterans due to their disturbing statements to each other before, during, and after the attack.
The former members of the armed forces allegedly have statements that indicate preparation and determination to make “citizens’ arrests” of elected officials” after rushing deep into the halls of Congress.
The WaPo report also said that several people were arrested with ties to far-right extremist groups, including the Proud Boys, Oath Keepers, and the Three Percenters. Their involvement suggests that the riot wasn’t entirely due to an impulsive outburst of violence but instigated by organized groups.
Footages posted on social media focused on individuals dressed in military-style gear who were seen moving together.
“This is the first step toward identifying and understanding that there was some concerted conspiracy here,” said a senior official with the District of Columbia U.S. Attorney’s Office, and who also currently leads the investigation.
WaPo’s story even contained a quote from an alleged instigator of the move on Congress.
“Keep eyes on people with Red MAGA hats worn backward. Saw a report that they were going to infiltrate crowd tomorrow,” Crowl was warned Jan. 5 in another Facebook message, as he prepared for what he called an “Oathkeepers op,” said the court documents.
The idea of infiltrators was initially dismissed, without evidence nor reason, by the mainstream media and liberal heads. Now that the claims have been filed in court, no corporate media outlets still have yet to retract their rejection of such ideas.
Previously, The National Pulse reported claims that political events would be overblown to provoke violence.
The same outlet was also the first to break down the event timeline on January 6th, refuting the mainstream media narrative that Trump incited violence in the Capitol.
Perhaps a public apology needs to be demanded from the sick media outlets.