Five “Proud Boys” were charged with seditious conspiracy in relation to the January 6 election justice protest. In their trial, which has been ongoing for several weeks now, more solid evidence has emerged that the “insurrection” was completely, 100% fabricated, orchestrated and carried out by the feds. The Proud Boys members were framed, and President Donald Trump is obviously an unindicted co-conspirator in the case.
But as the “suspects’” attorneys have revealed, they were set up by an intelligence officer well before January 6 ever happened.
This week, a treasonous Trump-appointed District Court judge named Timothy Kelly allowed prosecutors in the Proud Boys case to play a clip from one of the debates between President Trump and accused sex criminal Joe Biden in 2020. The prosecutors are arguing that President Trump used a secret code in that debate to tell the Proud Boys to try to overthrow the government months later.
In that debate (video clip below), President Trump stated, “Proud boys, stand back and stand by.”
Think about that timeline for just a second.
Trump said that in a debate in September of 2020. It was two months before the election would take place. It was two months before any of us realized that the Democrats would steal the 2020 election from us, using a multi-faceted attack that involved voting machines, manipulation of voter rolls, phantom votes from people who died up to 2,000 years ago (seriously), rampant stuffing of ballot boxes, and even the head of the Philadelphia Mafia using sweat shops filled with illegal aliens to fill out stolen ballots for Joe Biden.
The prosecutors are arguing that Donald Trump was sending a secret coded message to the Proud Boys to attack the government on January 6th of the following year before any of those subsequent things were discovered. Right.
That’s almost as dumb as actress Alyssa Milano claiming that Trump was controlling his supporters into backing Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court, by using special Trump “mind rays” on us.
But that’s what the DOJ is arguing in the most serious of all the January 6 cases. While most peaceful Trump supporters arrested for that day have been charged with misdemeanor trespassing, these five Proud Boys are charged with seditious conspiracy. That’s a crime that carries a 20-year prison sentence.
And now we know that they were set up.
Enrique Tarrio is the leader of the Proud Boys and a defendant in this case, despite the fact that he wasn’t even in Washington, DC on January 6th. Tarrio himself is a fed and has been outed as an FBI informant. But the main piece of evidence that the government is using against the Proud Boys is a document on Tarrio’s hard drive titled, “1776 Returns.” The government says that the presence of this document on Tarrio’s hard drive is proof that there was an advance plan to attack the Capitol on J6.
The 1776 document outlines a plan for Proud Boys members to go into government buildings all across DC on that day and pull the fire alarms at the same time. This would distract law enforcement and emergency services, and then pull them away from the Capitol so the Proud Boys could overthrow the government for Trump.
But guess how that document was emailed to Enrique Tarrio!
The 1776 document was email to Tarrio by a man named Samuel Armes. Mr. Armes is a former State Department employee, and he also worked for Special Operations Command at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Florida. Which is a polite way of saying Armes is a CIA spook.
The federal government WROTE the 1776 documents, and then Armes emailed it Enrique Tarrio. And now the DOJ is using that document to frame the Proud Boys.
The vandalism and minor violence that was carried out on January 6th was planned in advance and carried out by paid FBI agitators. The existence of this document, sent to the Proud Boys’ leader by a CIA spook, is proof that the government planned to cause the J6 turmoil ahead of time.
The defense attorneys are asking for a mistrial, because this is such a clear case of entrapment. Here’s hoping they get one, because whatever you think of the Proud Boys, they absolutely were not conducting an “insurrection” on January 6th. And the goofy “plan” that the feds wrote and sent to them prove this.
Sorry to ruin your day with a video that has Chris Wallace in it, but here is the debate that the DOJ is claiming Donald Trump used to plan January 6th several months in advance with the Proud Boys: