WATCH: New January 6 video shows Capitol police “WELCOMING” protesters through Terrace doors

January 6 protesters have been detained indefinitely, prosecuted, and had their lives ruined. Some just for having been present, according to their lawyers.

Many witnesses and attorneys have said that most protesters were permitted to enter by the capitol police, stayed in designated areas as they calmly walked through between velvet ropes, and departed peacefully.


This video attempts to demonstrate and explain exactly that.

Gateway Pundit says:

This video is very convincing, very persuasive,” said Knowlton’s famous attorney Alan Dershowitz (one of the attorneys in the J6 “Dream Team” Knowlton has assembled) in an interview with The Gateway Pundit. “In the very least the video shows that a reasonable person could believe that he or she was not being stopped or prevented from going in. At the most it shows that the police were welcoming him in.”

Watch:

From the video description:

This video was originally obtained from the United States Department of Justice after the media joined a motion to have it released. It has gone largely under the radar until it was put into context by our source, who carefully edited the video so the average viewer can understand what is going on.

In the video, we see the same scene from two different vantage points side-by-side of the interior house cameras of the US Capitol. Both cameras were facing the same door on the Upper West Terrace from opposite directions. The identical time codes in the videos can be seen in the upper left corners.

The video show police behaving like museum staff security guards as they stand or walk idly by as unknowing men and women walk through a small set of Capitol doors carrying American flags and Trump signs. Many are innocently occupied by taking selfie videos of themselves and the crowd, apparently excited to be inside the People’s House and wanting to commemorate the occasion. They are oblivious to the political persecution, shame and the witch hunters that will come for them later, or they surely would have made a 360 out of there and turned off cameras off.

As usual, the American media and social media liberals can’t even make a distinction between one thing and another. Were there people there doing bad things, rioting, and attacking cops? Yes.

DOES THAT MEAN EVERYONE WHO WAS IN A TEN MILE RADIUS SHOULD GET THE DEATH PENALTY?

No.

People do bad things and get punished at every protest and riot that isn’t BLM. This seems to show that some folks were just walking peacefully into the PEOPLE’S building in D.C. and the police allowed it.

If that’s the case, those people should not be in jail for that or have their lives ruined over it.
 


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