Are we to believe that a dude dressed up like a “Shaman” with deer horns on his head just walked into Congress and stopped the votes and started taking selfies? How many people actually went into the Capitol?
What are we expected to believe? Congress members on both sides seem to be taking it quite seriously. In theory, it was possible that agents armed with conventional, chemical, or biological weapons could have entered the Capitol building and murdered the entire legislative branch of the United States federal government.
Perhaps a disaster was averted, as Mexico stopped an attack on their Parliament on October 10, 2001 – merely a month after the September 11, 2001 attacks.
Two armed Israelis, Saar Noam Ben Zvi and Salvador Gersson Smeck (a suspected Mossad agent) carrying Pakistani passports were arrested in the Mexican Legislative assembly. The attack was widely (but briefly) reported on Mexican TV and in local newspapers. … After “the Israeli Embassy used heavy handed measures to have the two Israelis released”, they were indeed released without charge.
Did anyone in the Pentagon order a “stand-down” type order, or refuse security to Congress?
It seems implausible that the “QAnon Shaman” was the brains behind this operation. It’s also obvious that the majority of the crowd were typical Trump voters, regular Americans, and were almost entirely peaceful. Trying to blame this on Alex Jones or Nick Fuentes is absurd.
Considering Washington DC is in lock down and they are interrogating National Guard for potentially rebellious opinions, I think someone got the message.
No one in Congress was hurt, and there are no national security implications other than what seems to be a sort of stand down order.
It certainly wouldn’t be the first time.
Are we expected to believe this is really all about Trump’s ego?