The protests at our U.S. Capitol have really whipped our media in a frenzy.

They’ve labeled the act as “domestic terrorism” and are accusing Trump of delivering a speech that inspired this “insurrection” to occur at the Capitol.

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But this video just blew a big hole in that theory.

The video shows twenty minutes before the end of Trump’s speech that people were already starting to storm the Capitol.

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Now this has many questioning the media’s narrative of Trump personally being responsible for the storming of the Capitol and has many wondering why they started towards the Capitol well before the president’s speech ended.

I thought I was the only one who noticed that the timing didn’t make sense.

It is hard to believe Trump supporters did not stay to listen to his whole speech. So those may not be his supporters, and the action adds to the speculation that Trump supporters were infiltrated by antiTrumpers.

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It’s important to add that it’s a 40min walk to the capital as well

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You pair this up with the videos of Capitol Hill police just allowing people through and you can definitely tell that something is amiss.

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We can only hope that someday we’ll know the whole story.

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