It has been said that the least common thing in America is “common sense.” I doubt that. I am trusting that you have some.
I was at the rally in Washington, DC and have my own personal reality of what did and did not happen there. Today, however, I want to address this event from the point of view I often do–Propaganda Warfare.
My estimate is there were several hundred thousand people at that rally–most were supporters of the President and we are renowned for being a peaceful, exuberant crowd. Most have followed the various legal challenges the President made in contesting the election.
Though we knew the proceedings that day were our last chance at getting a positive result for our candidate, we came nonetheless. Pouring in from all over the country–even as far away as Alaska–people came to be together, to hear the President, and to make the men and women of Congress aware that there really are a lot of us who feel strongly.
In my case, I especially wanted the proceedings to happen because I knew they would be covered by every Mainstream Media outlet live, and that there would be a huge audience watching. And, since I had followed “live” various presentations of fraud evidence to State Legislators in several states, I knew the American people were about to hear information they had never heard. Why? A complete and almost total news blackout, that’s why.
You were about to have some understanding of why the President, his team, and the citizens of those states in question were so determined. It was our hope that when Senators and Congressmen heard this, they might agree to Cruz’s request for an audit. And, as for me, I knew that many of you would have been asking yourselves, “why didn’t I hear about this? Are they making it up? Or did someone block me from seeing and hearing this?”
So, here’s the common sense part. WE WANTED THOSE PROCEEDINGS, AND WOULD HAVE DONE NOTHING TO DISRUPT THEM, OR WEAKEN CRUZ’S ARGUMENTS. We were there IN SUPPORT of those proceedings, not to prevent them!
It was late in the afternoon before most of the crowd on the West side of the Capitol building really got wind of what had transpired on the East side. The biggest crowed–BY FAR–was on the West side, and they looked, and felt and behaved like the folks at Trump rallies.
My heart was broken when I heard of the Capitol breach. Not for the obvious reasons that people have been yelling about incessantly since. That is so obvious. Our Capitol was assaulted. Are we even sure there were not foreign terrorists involved? You know what I write about…
My heart was broken because, although I did not know the severity of the attack, I knew that if they stopped the proceedings, that meant they would reconvene during the dead of night–WITH NO NATIONAL MEDIA LISTENING, AND NO AUDIENCE WATCHING. And that meant, my friends, that you would not know the truth, or at least the legitimate other side of the story.
Now, to the “False Flag” A false flag operation is defined as an act committed with the intent of disguising the actual source of responsibility and pinning blame on a second party. Originating in the 16th Century the expression meant a deliberate misrepresentation of one’s motives or affiliations. In other words, presenting oneself under false colors in order to get close to the people you want to attack.
The Cambridge Dictionary defines it as: a political or military action that is made to appear to have been carried out by a group that is not actually responsible.
Bingo! Jan. 6, 2021–in my humble, but likely accurate, opinion was a brilliantly executed False Flag operation, and a Fifth Column attack designed to sabotage, and to break the solidarity of the people, and the national leadership.
Use your common sense now people. Immediately and without challenge, the entire debacle was blamed on Trump and more importantly his 75 million supporters–or at least the tens of tens of thousands who were on the National Mall that day.
I’m not going to opine on why you may have fallen for the “false flag.” But I am going to exhort you to not think in cliches. To think for yourselves. Why would we have sabotaged our own last, best chance to secure some justice that we felt was lacking? We were the people who wanted a totally peaceful assembly of citizens, so that the leaders would hear our voices, and know our desires.
True Trump supporters would NEVER have done that. We were crushed the moment the first breach occurred.
So, the question is: Who did have a reason or motive to stop those proceedings and prevent the argument from being heard? If you look and listen in the coming days, you will discover clues in the names and affiliations of those who are arrested.
Ex. By now you know that John Sullivan, who masqueraded as a Trump supporter by simply buying a MAGA hat and saying he was a journalist, has been arrested for inciting the riot inside the building, hurling expletives and demanding that rioters burn the place. He even conned Anderson Cooper on CNN into interviewing him that night about the day’s events. Only problem is he is a known Antifa/Black Lives Matter activist and agitator.
Ex. The idiot with the Viking horns and bare painted chest. Don’t tell me nobody noticed him in a crowd of school teachers, dentists, actors, parents with kids, doctors, construction workers, office workers, grandparents in wheel chairs etc. Take a look at this guy. He reeks of, “stop me, I am a fool.” He will likely be found to be the member of some deranged radical group on the right. For sure, he is not a true supporter of President Trump or the people of America no matter how many flags he holds, nor how he paints his body and face. His actions betrayed me that day, and 75 million others like me.
All I can tell you is that if I had seen him, I would have found the nearest police officer.
There will be others. For all you know there were foreign operators who seized the opportunity to easily disguise themselves amongst peaceful Trump people that law enforcement was not concerned about. Law enforcement had watched Trump rallies with tens upon tens of thousands of people all during the campaign, without any violent incident. If there had been violent people, you can be sure the Media would have covered it, pummeling us all.
Ex. Who the hell shows up for a peaceful protest march with gas masks, helmets, glass breaking equipment etc?
My friends, a thug is a thug–no matter the “false flag” he flies under. And anarchists are anarchists, no matter how they justify their behavior. They have no true allegiance, except to chaos and destruction. And Washington, DC that day had a few hundred anarchists camouflaged and out in front of hundreds of thousands of decent people who love their country.
Chaos, confusion, retribution, acidic accusations, threatening payback. All ensued.
The solution for now: Let law enforcement continue their investigation, and identify the ACTUAL TIME LINE OF EVENTS!. Arrest all who did it. Prosecute them all, no matter their “flag.” Imprison those who are found guilty. And from here forward, don’t fall for “false flags” and instead trust your common sense. You have it. I hope this all made some sense to you.
Makes sense to me, Lee. But then, what you say always does. Thank you for your insights and for sharing them with us.
It would be interesting to locate the source of the false flag(s). Also, as a point of interest, the right appears to to be composed of thinking individuals, the left appears to be composed of robots doing the bidding of the source of the false flag(a).
Nicely written. I didn’t realize the break in was on the opposite side than the crowd. That tells you something. There break in was a break in and should be prosecuted. To call it an insurrection is ridiculous. But that seems the usual media coordinated action.
Part of a crime is motive. Your points show that there would be no motive for Trump or supporters to stop the proceeding. But as you mentioned, they would be able to carry it into late night when people were asleep. It seems to have been well carried out. The only thing I’m surprised at is that Trump did not anticipate this happening.
Dear Lee, today intuition prompted me to locate you via FB. What a great piece False Flags us!
Loving your posts, blogs. I will become a follower.
best to you,
Dawn deBroux now James.
So great to hear from you. It has been so long since we have talked. I will add you to the email list so you can receive the Blogs directly. Right now I am working on the final stages of my next novel–political suspense inspired by our current events. I’ll email you separately, and we can exchange phone numbers. I’d love to know how you are, and what you are doing.
Great Article! I look forward to reading more!