FBI Celebrates New Year by Declaring They Will Chase January 6 Demonstrators for Years to Come


The Washington Field Office, FBI, celebrated the New Year with a self-congratulatory release in which it announced that the efforts to identify persons at the Capitol on January 6, 2021, will continue at full speed.

This week marks two years since the attack on the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2016. It was an unsuccessful attempt to stop the certification of the 2020 presidential election results. In partnership with the United States Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia, the FBI, and other law enforcement partners around the country, the FBI remains committed to identifying and prosecuting those responsible for the attack.

The FBI was able to identify and arrest more than 950 people who participated in the Capitol Riots thanks to the hundreds of thousands of tips received from the American public. Nearly 200 of them were charged with assaulting officers.

David Sundberg (assistant director in charge, FBI Washington Field Office), stated that “as we approach two years since the attack on Capitol,” the FBI’s and its partners’ investigative work continues across the country, leading to significant judicial outcomes.” “Some of the most serious offenders, including those who attacked police officers, received long sentences. The FBI continues to receive tips from members of the public which helps us bring the remaining offenders to justice. The FBI Washington Field Office will continue its partnership with U.S. Attorney’s Offices across the country in order to bring justice to those who tried to use violence to subordinate the will of the people.

The FBI has made it a top priority to investigate the attacks on law enforcement officers, obstruction, seditious conspiracies, and other federal crimes that were committed during the attack on Capitol Hill on January 6. FBI agents, analysts, and other professionals have worked tirelessly to bring the perpetrators to justice. They reviewed almost 4 million files, which included over 30,000 files of video footage, including body-worn and handheld camera footage from five agencies, surveillance footage from three agencies, and digital device search warrant returns. These files contain over 9 terabytes and would take at most 361 days to view.

“Months, years to come”? Are you shaming me?

The FBI and Department of Justice may put all they want on the pig’s lips, but it won’t change its status. It’s political persecution. There are no facts that the protest at the US Capitol could have prevented the certification of Joe Biden’s election as president by the Electoral College. There is no evidence that more than a few protesters were aiming for this goal. This long-running investigation was conducted to support the January 6 Committee’s efforts to persecute Trump’s family and harass, bully and intimidate those who supported Trump’s claims of widespread election fraud.

One protester, Ashli Bettbitt, was executed in cold blood by a Capitol Hill officer and Roseanne Boyland, whom Capitol Police beat as she lay helpless.

This effort is not only disproportionate to any possible “crime”, but it’s also extremely costly. Let’s say we accept that a cop being assaulted in the course of a demonstration is particularly shocking. Simple justice requires equality and proportionality in treatment. This is not the case. A whole summer of riots, including violent riots in Portland, often resulted in police officers being attacked by an armed mob. Typically, these assaults resulted in a sentence of probation.

Don’t think this is a cover for a criminal investigation. Instead, arrest and charge people for “crimes against bullsh**” and then use the process to punish them.

Since 2016, the FBI has been the enforcement arm of the Democrat party. The FBI was responsible for injecting the Steele Dossier manufactured into Congress and the media. James Comey was the one who created a news “hook”, which allowed CNN to report about the Steele Dossier. An FBI lawyer forged an email sent by the CIA that misrepresented Carter Page’s relationship to that agency in order to obtain a FISA warrant. The Twitter Files show that the FBI actively collaborated and influenced social media outlets and Twitter to decide what was and wasn’t said about topics such as the Hunter Biden laptop.

This is yet another example of how the FBI and its masters at the Department of Justice use federal law enforcement and the penal code to oppress people and collect information for political purposes.