The question nobody is asking. Where is all the security footage from the Capitol Building?

Tyler S. Farley

If you’ve been watching the news at all over the last few days you’ve seen how the mainstream media, social media networks, and Democrats are framing the events of January 6th.

The official narrative is that violent Trump supporters “stormed” the Capitol Building.

But there is growing number of people who believe that Capitol police actually invited the protesters in. And they have the video to prove it.

Multiple video clips from that day show Capitol police not only standing down, but removing barricades to allow Trump supporters in. Some videos even show police taking selfies with protestors inside the building.

The video below with nearly 40 million views clearly shows police open the gates then simply walk away as if opening a Best Buy on black Friday.

So there are two conflicting stories as to what exactly happened. Did protesters storm the building as reported by the news and then beat back police, or were they allowed in to create a scene that could then be framed as a violent insurrection?

Well, there is one simple way to answer those questions, and the fact that nobody is talking about it suggests you may already have your answer.

That of course is the surveillance video from the Capitol Building. This building has one of the most sophisticated video security systems of any building in the nation. Not one entrance or hallway is not monitored and recorded.

With this being said, there should be ample video evidence supporting the mainstream narrative.

But have you seen any of these videos?

Of course not, and that in itself is a red flag. Think about it, if video surveillance footage backed up the mainstream narrative of what happened, don’t you think they would be plastering that footage all over the news? If the footage proved their story to be true, those videos would be all over the place.

Some news outlets have reported that the surveillance footage is being used, but only to perform facial recognition on those inside the building. But why isn’t it being released? It can’t be for privacy reasons because the media is airing any social media clip they can of people inside the building. In fact, some left leaning outlets like MSNBC has called for the public to doxx those seen in the video.

So there is no legitimate reason the surveillance footage has not been released other than it must go against the official narrative.

As we’ve seen in countless cases throughout the years, when a police force or government agency hides or refuses to release video evidence, it means that video evidence contradicts their official narrative.

This has been the case in police department investigations for years. When the video or body cam footage supports the police narrative, it is often released within days. When the video evidence contradicts the official narrative, it’s often years before it gets released, if ever.

So here we are and it’s the same old story.  One of the most protected and secure buildings on the planet and we have yet to view one second of security camera footage.

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