"If I was allowed to do my job as a chief, we wouldn't be here," Sund told Carlson. "This didn't have to happen. Everything appears to be a cover-up." The said interview was never aired by Fox News, where Carlson was formerly affiliated.
This is WILD.
In leaked footage of an interview that never aired, Capitol Police Chief says information was intentionally withheld and he was denied National Guard "while under attack for 71 minutes."
"If I was allowed to do my job... we wouldn't be here today." pic.twitter.com/tPoGjU34yO
— Jason Howerton (@jason_howerton) August 3, 2023
Sund, who has been in the service for over 30 years, detailed the high level of undercover government agent activity in the crowd. "It sounds like a number of the intelligence agencies had resources in the crowd," Sund said. Carlson then answered: "In the parlance of the internet, it was crawling with feds?" The Capitol's former head police confirmed saying, there was a fair amount of law enforcement in the crowd.
In the hour-long interview, Sund lamented the behaviors of then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mark Milley, who had the intelligence to suggest problems on Capitol Hill but failed to communicate with Sund and his cops on the ground. He admitted being "pissed off" for being "lambasted in public" over the events.
During the said undertaking, Sund claimed to have an immediate feeling that something was off. With the majority of his life spent in law enforcement, he said he possesses a keen professional instinct to sniff out rats from a considerable distance. He said that most things to do with his department were political, specifically because he reported to politicians including Pelosi. He then explained the events leading up to the "supposedly peaceful protest," including before the incident at the Capitol itself, and the aftermath.
"As I have said, I'm not a conspiracy theorist… but when you look at the information and intelligence they had, the military had, it's all watered down. I'm not getting the intelligence, I'm denied any support from National Guard in advance," he revealed. "You're in a fight, a fight for a couple of minutes wears you out," he said. "Let me tell you, it wears you out." According to him, he requested the troops at approximately 1 p.m. on January 6. However, he did not hear back until 71 minutes later. It took more than three hours for 1,100 National Guard soldiers to be mobilized, NPR reported.
Critics could not help but wonder, was Tucker fired by Fox News to prevent this damning interview from ever airing? It wouldn't be too surprising if that were the case.
Meanwhile, a recently surfaced 46-second video clip cast an additional glaring spotlight on the true events of that day. Footage of a police officer, which revealed he and his uniformed colleagues are to "go undercover as Antifa in the J6 crowd" has already gone viral on social media. (Related: STAGED: Viral video reveals cops went undercover as Antifa in the crowd during J6 U.S. Capitol protest.)
?BREAKING: Cell phone video of DC officer on J6 saying "we go undercover as Antifa in the crowd"
They’re ADMITTING it
How many cops & federal agents were undercover that day? How many instigated violence & property destruction?
Release the J6 tapes!
— DC_Draino (@DC_Draino) August 8, 2023
The short clip shared by the anti-woke lawyer DC Draino has been taken from a much longer Rumble video, with the policeman later making his comments to Capitol officers suffering the effects of pepper spray. "They are ADMITTING it," a part of the caption said. "How many cops and federal agents were undercover that day? How many instigated violence and property destruction? Release the J6 tapes!"
As confirmed by Sund's interview with Carlson and the unearthed damning video, there could be truth to the allegations that police officers mingled with the crowd disguised as protesters during the said event and acted as provocateurs to trigger violence in the supposed peaceful rally. The cop who was recording the video using his mobile phone, later headed down to the barriers separating police and protesters. He recorded the proceedings from the police side of the barrier for just short of an hour.
The post on X, formerly known as Twitter, gathered various reactions but mostly comments saying the J6 chaos "was an inside job" or a scripted event by either the police or the Federal Bureau of Investigation. One user commented on the thread: "When are [people] going to wake up to the fact that our own government acted against us on J6?" Another one even questioned the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Kevin McCarthy, on why they have not released J6 footage publicly. "How many more agents gave themselves away? How many can be identified on sight? McCarthy is controlled opposition," @JerichoXVI pointed out.
"Can this clip be validated and who are these men? If this is indeed true, who gave them the orders, and when will they face arrest for inciting a riot? It’s increasingly exasperating that, yet again, accountability is off the table thanks to the feckless fops within the GOP," a Revolver article concluded.
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