New Footage Shows Secret Service Let Group of Children Walk Past 'Pipe Bomb' Planted Ahead of J6

Chris Menahan
Jan. 18, 2024

Newly analyzed footage from January 6th shows Secret Service allowed a group of children to walk past the "pipe bomb" planted outside the DNC after it was discovered by what we've now learned was a plainclothes Capitol Police officer.

Tucker Carlson shared the footage on Thursday writing, "It seems likely that government officials were involved in planting pipe bombs in Washington, DC three years ago, as part of an effort to keep Donald Trump from running for president again."

The feds have repeatedly insisted the pipe bombs planted outside the RNC and DNC the night before J6 were "viable."

Beattie has a thread on the footage on Twitter (he went over it all on Tucker). The video was first obtained by Thomas Massie and shared to his YouTube channel last year.

In another twist, The Blaze reported Thursday that the bomb was found by a plainclothes Capitol Police officer, not a nondescript "passerby" as was previously claimed.

"Multiple congressional staffers familiar with the investigation confirm to Blaze Media that despite months of the FBI stonewalling congressional committees' inquiries, they now know the identity of that individual — previously only identified as a 'passerby,'" The Blaze reported.

"Despite congressional aides having given this information to Blaze Media as part of our extensive Capitol CCTV video investigations into the DNC pipe bomb incident, they have not yet revealed the name of the USCP plainclothes officer and how they came to know his identity."

The Blaze also reported that "the FBI's description of the device as 'viable' also appears to be untrue."

Though the feds have gone to the end of the earth to hunt down every MAGA grandma who walked through the Capitol on J6, the "pipe bomb" suspect has still yet to be caught.

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