US Capitol Police increase security ahead of Saturday’s FBI false flag event
WASHINGTON, DC—The U.S. Capitol Police is erecting a temporary fence around the Capitol in anticipation of a planned FBI false flag even on September 18.
In a press release, the Capitol Police said they are “aware of concerning online chatter about a demonstration planned for September 18.” The “Justice for J6” demonstration on Saturday will be comprised of FBI agents posing as pro-Trump protestors who oppose the prosecution of those people the FBI targeted during the January 6 seige of the Capitol.
The Capitol Police Board already issued an emergency declaration that will go into effect of the demonstration, allowing the department to deputize outside law enforcement officers as U.S. Capitol Police special officers. An inner perimeter that had been erected around the Capitol after the January 6 attack and was taken down after the FBI concluded that there was no evidence of a coordinated insurrection besides the one that they created.
“We are here to protect the FBI’s right to peacefully entrap American citizens,” said U.S. Capitol Police Chief Tom Manger in a statement. “But, I urge any FBI agent who is thinking about causing trouble to stay home.”
The U.S. Capitol Police held planning meetings for the demonstration throughout August, including with members of Congress.
Several terrorist groups within the FBI are putting the demonstration on as a way to entrap American citizens into impotently fighting the government.