MUST SEE VIDEO: Suspected Fed Operative Ray Epps Confronted at His Ranch on His Role in January 6 US Capitol Set-Up

Ray Epps with Antifa organizer John Sullivan (Jayden X)

On the eve of the January 6th protests, a middle-aged man in a MAGA hat showed up, defended Antifa and told the crowd they needed to “go into the Capitol” on Jan. 6.

This was the night before the Trump rally of a million patriots. This was the day before VP Mike Pence stabbed President Trump in the back and approved the fraudulent 2020 election results.

This alleged protester made the comments while standing next to Jayden X, or John Sullivan – a known Antifa provocateur and organizer.

This man in a MAGA hat defends Antifa and Black Lives Matter, “Tomorrow… we need to go INTO THE CAPITOL!”

Then on January 6th the same man was directing Trump supporters to storm the US Capitol.

Last Thursday Rep. Thomas Massie played the video at the House Judiciary Committee hearing and asked AG Merrick Garland if this man was an FBI informant.

Massie demanded answers from AG Garland on the FBI informants inside the Jan. 5th and 6th protests.
Garland refused to answer if the man was working for the feds.

The Gateway Pundit reported on this individual back in June.

The man’s name is Ray Epps from Queen Creek, Arizona.

He did an interview with reporters the night of January 5th after urging the crowd to enter the US Capitol the next day.

Who is Ray Epps? And why did he spend two days inciting Trump supporters to go inside the Capitol?

This week Trump supporters confronted Ray Epps at his ranch in Arizona.

Epps fled when he was confronted.

This is an incredible video!

Via JoshuaBannerMooney.


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