Ex-Capitol Police Officer Promises to Blow the Lid Off the Jan. 6 'Cover-Up'
“I spoke to my lawyer and I told him what my plans are as it relates to releasing information on X about the J6 set-up and the cover-up"...
Tarik Johnson, a former U.S. Capitol Police Lieutenant, has revealed his plans to share information exposing the January 6 "cover-up."
Johnson, a 22-year veteran on the Capitol Police force, was tasked with securing the certification of the 2020 presidential election.
On January 6, 2021, political extremists known to the FBI to be planning to cause chaos during the 2020 election challenges were allowed by America's intelligence and security services to lay siege to the Congress during the Electoral College.
The political extremists, who did not carry firearms and had no realistic means of 'overturning the election,' and who subsequently killed no one, were allowed to enter the capitol building, in some cases with the aiding and abetting of Capitol Police officers who held doors open and even escorted some J6ers, and in the absence of National Guard troops that Donald Trump wanted to have to protect the election challenges.
The House of Representatives, led by then Speaker Pelosi, and the U.S. Senate, then led by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, did nothing to improve the security, despite repeated warnings, including from former Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund. D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser flat refused to increase the National Guard presence. The Pentagon ignored warnings to enhance security for the election certification. A National Guard general later would say that security was deliberated reduced over supposed concerns about "optics."
It has since come out the U.S. Capitol was crawling with FBI agents, human assets, undercover armed police officers, and agents provocateurs captured on video encouraging Trump supporters to go to the capitol after Donald Trump's speech that implored supporters to "peacefully and patriotically" let their voices be heard — a clear call to show support for the election challenges taking place in the Congress, not encouragement to cause a meaningless and counter-productive riot that would inevitably end defeat and possibly even criminal charges while doing nothing to aid the president's legal and constitutional election challenges.
The one thing that has been lacking to unequivocally call January 6 a "set-up," instead of merely an obvious one, is hard evidence provided by an insider, such as Capitol Police officer, FBI agent, or Congressional staffer with access to state secrets.
Enter former Capitol Police Lieutenant Tarik Johnson. This week, Johnson made some startling claims that promises to blow the lid off the January 6 "cover-up."