Bobby Powell thought someone would be interested in his video evidence showing two “suspicious actors” taking part in events on the east side of the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.
He was in for the surprise of his life.
The semiretired Michigan radio journalist and podcaster has spent the past 16 months trying to get politicians, media personalities, pundits, and the FBI to view his video footage and identify the two “suspicious actors.” …
Almost no one, it seems, wants to listen.
Powell has learned that his video isn’t welcome in many places; some people view it as a threat. In Michigan, he said a politician friend suggested he take a six-figure bribe to keep quiet. When he flatly refused, he says his life was threatened. …
Powell provided the address to his website where agents could view his Jan. 6 videos, and offered to come in for an interview. Even after nearly a half-dozen follow-ups with the FBI and other agencies, there has been no reply from any law enforcement officer.
He also thought photos of the men would eventually appear among the 1,558 individuals on the FBI’s Jan. 6 most-wanted page. That never happened, nor have they been arrested or charged.
These are two men that are pulling windows out of the Capitol and pushing people inside the doors,” Powell told The Epoch Times. “Okay, so why isn’t the FBI interested? That is the key question.”
I think we now all know the answer to that.
The odd actors dress strangely, act differently, have radios strapped on, and push people into the Capitol Building at times, and Bobby Powell has 29 minutes of high definition video, on the terrace, up close, but the FBI don’t want to find out who those people are.
They are not sitting in jail, like others accused of Jan 6 crimes. Their photos are not even posted on the most-wanted lists.
Journalist Bobby Powell has spent 16 months trying to get anyone to pay attention in officialdom.
- He posted the video on Twitter of the US Capitol Police and within five minutes his Twitter account was permanently suspended.
- Google demonetized his Youtube account.
- Facebook took down his live streams, and now Paypal has shut his donation account.
- He spoke to some of biggest names in broadcast news but no one was interested in “a story about alleged government agents attacking the capitol”.
Now he has sold his own home to keep going.
The one person who is interested is Brad Geyer, the lawyer defending many of the people accused of Jan 6 crimes. He has already filed a motion on May 6th to identify and get as many as 80 suspicious actors called up as material witnesses. Bobby Powell’s video adds to that list. …
After one man smashed the window, the Capitol Police came and arrested him, but for some reason, with thousands of energized protesters present, on a momentous day, they didn’t leave a single man there to guard the open window. Protestors are heard calling out “it’s a trap”. It was that obvious…
FBI entrapment and ruling class cheating and cancellation. This stinks.