Former D.C. bureau chief for Business Daily and Hoover Institution media fellow says a former FBI agent reported a "bus load" of hostile Antifa members "infiltrated" Trump supporters.
Paul Sperry is an American conservative journalist who has served as a Washington bureau chief for the WorldNetDaily website. He is an author and a former media fellow at The Hoover Institution.
Sperry tweeted today that a former FBI agent who was at the US Capitol during the mayhem that ensued–forcing Congress to recess and leading to the death of one woman–informed him that a group of Antifa "thugs" infiltrated peaceful Trump protestors as part of a false flag operation.
"BREAKING: Former FBI agent on the ground at U.S. Capitol just texted me and confirmed that at least 1 "bus load" of Antifa thugs infiltrated peaceful Trump demonstrators as part of a false Trump flag ops," Sperry wrote.
Trump supporters are receiving blame from members of Congress for the violence and siege brought upon the Capitol today.
Jack Posobiec is a popular journalist for One America News (OAN), conservative political activist, and author with over one million Twitter followers. He confirmed eyewitness reports that the individuals who began to break windows at the Capitol changed their clothing after committing the vandalism, and that others in "dark clothing" provoked the crowd to "rush forward" and start anti-government chants.
The tweet reads, "Eyewitness reports one of the first people to break a window at the Capitol wearing a US flag shirt but took it off and tossed it in bush after. Others in dark clothing urging people to rush forward, starting anti-govt chants in crowd."