The bomb in the video is one of two pipe bombs that were found outside the DNC and RNC headquarters on January 6 equipped with an hour-long kitchen timer for a detonator. The source of the bombs has never been officially identified.
At the time, Steven D’Antuonu, who was serving as the assistant director of the FBI’s field office in Washington, D.C., said: “These pipe bombs were viable devices that could have been detonated, resulting in serious injury or death.”
Newly released footage of the DNC bomb being discovered was recently shared by Tucker Carlson on X. He pointed out that that despite the media’s obsession with reminding America of January 6, they’ve been unusually quiet about this story – and it’s clear why when you see the footage.
Darren Beattie of Revolver News has been following this story closely from the beginning, and he joined Tucker to discuss the implications of the video. He said the video footage, which was released quietly and “extremely reluctantly,” is “explosive in its own right.”
When the DNC bomb was discovered at 1:05pm on January 6, a man with a backpack can be seen approaching a Metro PD car and talking to the driver before moving to a nearby Secret Service vehicle and speaking to those inside. He was supposedly alerting them that there was a pipe bomb a few feet away near a park bench outside the DNC, yet all parties appeared to be remarkably calm about it. Their nonchalance is especially odd considering they were supposed to be protecting Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, who was inside the DNC building.
After a few minutes, the officials got out of their vehicles and stood around outside, looking unconcerned. Then, they stood by as a group of children crossed the street and walked toward the park bench where the pipe bomb was planted. A few minutes later, a bomb-safe robot came to defuse the alleged pipe bomb; this did not appear in the video.
The bombs were allegedly planted the evening before January 6 at around 8pm. This means that when the person with the backpack found the bomb, it had been sitting outside at the foot of the bench for roughly 17 hours. It’s hard to believe no one noticed it, especially with all the foot traffic in the area on January 6.
Moreover, the Secret Service conducted a sweep of the area before Harris went in the building, and they apparently missed it, too.
If, as the feds have insisted on multiple occasions, the pipe bombs were “viable,” why would these agents allow children to walk within feet of one of them? If they felt the children weren’t in danger, why did they dismantle it using a bomb-safe robot? Did they merely want to create the illusion that it may have been dangerous?
This footage only serves to fuel speculation that the bombs may have been planted. When Carlson shared the footage on X, he introduced it by saying: "It seems likely that government officials were involved in planting pipe bombs in Washington, DC three years ago, as part of an effort to keep Donald Trump from running for president again."
More than 1200 people have been arrested by the Biden administration in connection with the events of January 6, and authorities have been working overtime to identify everyone who was involved using every tool at their disposal. Therefore, the idea that they have no clue who planted the bombs is hard to believe.
A public campaign featuring security camera footage, detailed maps of the alleged suspect’s route and a reward of $500,000 have all failed to yield any conclusive leads. Perhaps it’s time to take a closer look at who has the most to gain from letting the world believe someone planted pipe bombs in D.C. the evening before January 6?
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