Feds Refusing to Explain Why THESE 3 Men Magically Disappeared from Wanted List


Now you see them, now you don’t. Three of the FBI’s most wanted insurrectionists have magically disappeared from the list like they were sprinkled in lucky charms. The liberal left is making a big deal out of the one year anniversary of the January 6 barbarian invasion. The reason for that is because the whole thing was a setup to start with. They should be able to control the whole narrative and it really annoys the Deep State that things aren’t going as planned. Instead of deplorable Trump supporters on the witness stand, it will be federal agents and the informant rats who worked for them.

Wanted? What for?

Federal authorities are flatly refusing to explain “why three men who participated in the Capitol riot on January 6, 2021, have mysteriously disappeared from the FBI’s Capitol Violence Most Wanted list.”

They have no explanation for why a man wearing an ear-piece and “filmed carrying what appeared to be a concealed handgun on his left hip” is no longer interesting to the feds when they plastered him up on the wall for for over five months. “GingerGun” wasn’t arrested. His alias was reported by the New York Times though, as “an FBI informant.”

Missing suspect number two, HarleyJacketBatonMan, “was filmed beating police officers with a baton during the riot.” They once had him down for “assaulting a federal law enforcement officer.”

Then, they changed their mind and “the agency removed the man from its most wanted list without explanation in late February, just weeks after his debut.”

Rounding out the list is unwanted suspect number three, infamous Ray Epps. The Arizona resident isn’t wanted anymore, since he was also outed as a fed. He was filmed from several angles “urging Trump supporters to enter the Capitol.”

Even though he once held the number 15 spot on the list of dangerous insurrectionist rebels, and was totally in charge of the so called Breach Team, “Epps has not been arrested or charged for his actions.”

Federal Bureau of Instigation

Along with the others, Epps’ “unexplained removal from the FBI’s most wanted list” has “fueled speculation from a member of the House Judiciary Committee that Epps may have agitated people to storm the Capitol at the behest of the FBI.” It’s no wonder folks have started calling them the Federal Bureau of Instigation.

They seem to be on the directing end of every major conspiracy from Hillary Clinton’s secret server, to Obamagate, to the attempt at overthrowing Donald Trump. Staging an insurrection is the next logical progression.

There is plenty of video footage already public which shows Epps, a former president of the Arizona Oath Keepers, “urging a crowd of Trump supporters on the evening of Jan. 5, 2021, to ‘go into the Capitol’ the next day, provoking allegations from the crowd that he was working for the federal authorities.”

Nobody wanted to have anything to do with him. The day of the big incident, “Epps went to work corralling people toward the Capitol. He was also part of the first group of rioters to break through a police barrier on Capitol grounds.”

Alleged Attorney General Merrick Garland refused to tell congress “how many agents or assets of the federal government were present in the crowd on Jan 5th and 6th and how many entered the Capitol.” That’s suspicious right there.

So far, “13 suspects have been removed from the FBI’s Capitol Violence Most Wanted list.” Not because they were arrested though. “Hundreds of individuals on the list have been identified, but they remain on the list with a notice they have been arrested.”


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