The majority of those who first breeched the U.S. Capitol at the mostly peaceful January 6 protest were actually feds, according to recent facial recognition evidence cited by acclaimed talk-show host and journalist Pete Santilli on this episode of The Sentinel Report with Alex Newman. And yet, even “Conservative” networks such as Fox News won’t cover the story.
Santilli, who was himself caught up in a previous federal scheme, reveals the correlations between the Bundy Ranch fiasco and J6, showing how the CIA, FBI, DoJ and other alphabet agencies are attacking conservatives, hiding real evidence that proves that conservatives are innocent, and letting the real criminals such as ANTIFA terrorists, sex traffickers and drug dealers off scot-free.
In news, Alex goes through:
–Movement to ratify ERA: Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley: “It’s 2023 and women are still fighting for equal rights. Congress must pass our bill to ratify the #EqualRightsAmendment and enshrine the dignity & humanity of all people in the Constitution.”
–UN Sec Gen Guterres says world still 300 years away from gender equity and women’s right.
–Mr Guterres said on Twitter: ‘The #COVID19 pandemic is demonstrating what we all know: millennia of patriarchy have resulted in a male-dominated world with a male-dominated culture which damages everyone – women, men, girls & boys.’
–UK pols demanding more war: -Tobias Ellwood, head of the British parliament’s defence committee. “Britain should engage directly in war against Russia ,we are at war in Europe, we need to move to martial law”
–Texas Censures Republican Rep Over Same-Sex Marriage Vote: In the latest in a growing national backlash against Republicans who voted for same-sex marriage, the Republican Party of Texas (RPT) overwhelmingly voted to censure U.S. Congressman Tony Gonzales on Saturday. T
–Newsome threatens Walgreens for not selling abortion pills in states where it’s illegal: “California won’t be doing business with @walgreens — or any company that cowers to the extremists and puts women’s lives at risk,” declared Newsom on Twitter Monday afternoon.
–On the leak, 67% said they “already believed” it came from “the Wuhan lab,” a claim made in the early days of the crisis by former President Donald Trump but dismissed in the media. Just 20% said they were surprised when an Energy Department and the FBI fingered the lab leak as the likely source of the virus. On masks, 49% said that they “already believed” that they didn’t work before the recent reports that masks were ineffective. Some 35% said they were surprised. And 65% suspected that U.S. officials were involved in the “cover-up” to hide “China’s role” in the pandemic.
–Republican lawmakers have introduced a pair of bills aimed at protecting gun owners, particularly by banning “no-knock” raids coordinated between federal and local officials amid gun regulation efforts.
–Brazil launches its CBDC pilot test for the digital real: Brazil’s central bank announced the start of a digital currency pilot project on Monday, aiming to replicate the success of its instant payment system Pix to popularize financial services in the country.