There has been a lot of speculation and even some conspiracy swirling around ever since January 6th when some people made their way into the Capitol.
It's very hard to understand exactly what happened that day. Unless we can gain access to all of the video evidence, we'll never know.
Mark Ibriham's experience seems to only bolster this speculation along with what Tucker Carlson has been saying regarding the FBI's role in that incident.
Ibriham, an army veteran and former DEA agent, went to the capitol at the urging of someone he met in Iraq. As it turns out, the FBI happened to know that Ibrahim's informant "friend" would be in attendance.
Although the man heavily encouraged Mark Ibrahim to go inside the Capitol Building, the veteran refused because he knew it was illegal to do so. Tucker's team verified with the informant that Ibrahim's claims were true -- minus the 'invitation' to enter the Capitol.
According to 100% Fed Up,
Carlson explained to his audience that asking questions about what really happened on January 6th has earned him and others to be labeled “conspiracy theorists and unpatriotic” by propagandists in the media. “As it turns out, we were right to ask those questions, and tonight, we’ll show you why,” Carlson said. He explained, “Mark Ibriham is a 32-year-old Army veteran who served in Iraq. On January 6th of this year, he was a federal agent. He worked for the Drug Enforcement Administration—the DEA. Ibrimham says he went to the Capitol that day because he was invited by an FBI informant, a man he had known in Iraq. We have confirmed that is true.” Carlson explained that they reached out to Ibriham’s FBI informant friend and that while he denies he encouraged anyone to break the law, he did confirm Ibriham’s story.
While he did legally carry a sidearm as a DEA agent, Ibrahim didn't pull a gun, damage property or otherwise act in a violent or illegal manner. In fact, he expressed his disapproval at the events unfolding that day. Regardless of his apparent innocence, the agent is now potentially facing 15 years in prison.
Ibrahim said that he was present -- and legally armed as a federal agent -- that day to protect everyone and prevent crime. Astonishingly, he was not only fired from his job but charged with multiple felonies. Included among those 'crimes' was the charge of being too close to a monument. Anyone who paid attention to the riots and destruction wreaked by BLM and Antifa -- and anyone who grew up in the once-free United States -- should be shocked when comparing the scenarios.
Tucker Carlson With An Update On His Investigation Into Whether The FBI Was Involved At All In The January 6th Protest
Tucker Interviews A Former DEA Agent Who Says He Was Invited By A FBI Informant To Go The Capitol That Day & Was Encouraged By This Man To Go Into The Capitol pic.twitter.com/iRsY2VTz79
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