Dozens of people who participated in the January 6 protests are still being held in solitary confinement pending their trials. According to the reports, the circumstances are appalling. The majority of these individuals are being charged with no more serious offenses than simple trespassing.
However, those caught on camera vandalizing the Capitol have either not been prosecuted or have been released from custody already. Rachel Powell, a person of mysterious background, is one such person. A woman from Pennsylvania who was spotted on January 6 has a mysterious backstory to go along with her appearance.
Powell turned herself in to the FBI in February of 2020 after learning that an arrest warrant had been issued for her by the agency. Powell was charged with felony theft of government property, unlawful entry into a restricted building, unlawful entry into a restricted building while armed, violent entry, and obstruction of justice.
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— FBI (@FBI) January 17, 2021
But is Rachel Powell still among those stuck in prison? No, she is not. There are more mysterious twists to the Rachel Powell story. First, Powell came to the Capitol with a large ice axe. Obviously, she had premeditated vandalism on her mind.
Powell used this ice axe to smash out windows. However, when one of the windows didn’t completely bust out, there was a battering ram handy and ready. Are we seriously supposed to believe that a “battering ram” just happened to be an arm’s length away?
And furthermore, how did Powell know which door was most easily breached? Powell is also videoed supplying protesters with directions on where to go. Rachel Powell was cool and collected throughout the whole ordeal.
She acted as if she was a Capitol Hill tour guide. Should everyone just blindly believe that Rachel Powell had all the right tools handy to smash through a glass door, plus insider information on how to navigate around inside the Capitol?
Anyone who believes this is probably a prime candidate for some land deals on property south of Alligator Alley in Florida. During her helpful little tour of the Capitol, Powell told people what types of doors and entry access they would encounter as they ventured through the Capitol.
Again, how in the world did Rachel Powell know all these intricate details? We got a hunch. Ms. Powell had been there before. Ms. Powell had purposefully studied the entries and accesses throughout the Capitol to help trigger chaotic mayhem.
But that might make most people believe that Rachel Powell was just another member of the violent few on January 6. She should be sitting in jail awaiting trial or sitting in a prison cell serving out a hefty sentence.
However, she’s not. Rachel Powell is not in jail. Conveniently, she’s under house arrest, living comfortably in her Pennsylvania home. Now, some more information is critical. Rachel Powell did not support President Trump in 2016. It’s doubtful she voted for him in 2020 either.
This is some of the most compelling video evidence on the planned attack in action on #January6th.
— 🇺🇦Skyleigh Heinen🇺🇸 (@Sky_Lee_1) June 16, 2022
Nonetheless, we’re supposed to blindly believe this woman felt compelled to be at the heart of a protest movement in support of President Trump? What about the idea that Powell gave an interview during the time she was “being sought by the FBI?” Did she want to get caught?
If she didn’t care about being arrested by the FBI, did she already know that her case would get preferential treatment? It sounds to us as if Rachel Powell knew her fate long before she used an ice axe to vandalize the Capitol. Talk about having friends in all the right places.