Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.), published a series of tweets on Thursday, Jan. 7, saying that there is growing evidence that “fascist antifa” was behind the attack on Capitol Hill on Jan. 6 during the joint session of Congress.

The statements by Brooks, who was in fact the first congressman to object to the Electoral College votes due to alleged fraud, contrast dramatically with the influx of fake news that is flooding mainstream media, which along with Hollywood “celebrities” are doing everything they can to blame President Trump for the riots.

But what Brooks shared is backed up by evidence that of course is not seen in the mainstream media.

Brooks continued his posting.

A video released on the day of the incidents clearly shows how supposed Capitol Police move the barriers and directly guide the protesters into Congress.

Another Twitter user posted an antifa pamphlet giving directions to “Antifa comrades.”

“Election Day nears, Comrades! Prepare to defend your rights!


“Don’t forget to disguise yourselves as Patriots/Trump supporters: wear MAGA hats, USA flags, 3rd Reich insignia, a convincing police uniform is even better!”

Although the pamphlet is dated Nov. 4, it is clear that the motives of this communist movement were to incite violence in order to tarnish the image of the president and his followers.

And Brooks was tipped off.

But despite the growing evidence mentioned by Brooks, many Republican lawmakers who initially expressed support for President Trump turned against him, insinuating that the violence on Wednesday was President Trump’s fault.

The question is, did all of them fall for this staged charade to bring President Trump down completely, or did they sell their conscience for personal gain?

As Brooks said, “Time will reveal the truth.”

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