BEWARE: Disinfo Campaign Launched to Discredit Key Questions Concerning Ray Epps and January 6th


    from Revolver News:

    The regime has kicked into overdrive to prevent Americans from asking legitimate questions regarding Ray Epps’ behavior on January 5th and 6th.

    Ray Epps, who is the only individual caught on camera repeatedly urging people to go into the Capitol as early as January 5th, just happens to be the only January 6 riot participant about whom the New York Times felt the need to write a highly sympathetic (and indeed highly bizarre) puff piece.

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    Revolver responded in scathing detail to the New York Times piece in question, pointing out the obvious and central questions the piece would have explored regarding Epps if it were a genuine piece of journalism rather than a janitorial mop up job designed to cover up the smoking gun of the January 6 Fedsurrection.

    READ: The Hidden Agenda Behind the New York Times’ Desperate Puff Piece on Ray Epps

    With the New York Times piece having utterly failed to do its job of damage control, it looks like the next phase in the effort to silence inconvenient discussion about Ray Epps is to flood the zone with false stories regarding Epps, and for the Regime to then use those stories to silence the genuine, legitimate, and critical questions regarding Epps that are making the powers that be sweat “big league.”

    And sure enough, shortly after Revolver neutralized the Times’ damage control attempt, blatant falsehoods regarding Epps began to emerge from various accounts on Twitter, generating a tremendous amount of views and engagement.

    The most egregious example is the following tweet

    The tweet quickly went viral with over 17k retweets and 36k likes. Twitter is typically very aggressive in throttling exactly this sort of content, in particular from anonymous accounts. In this case, however, Twitter allowed the tweet (was it boosted rather than throttled?) to go mega viral. The Twitter account itself is hardly political, and seems to post mostly retro images from 70s and 80s.

    Revolver News’ Darren Beattie immediately responded, noting that there is zero evidence for this remarkable claim:

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