When I first heard that Ray Epps’s attorney was an FBI agent for nine years, I was shocked. Then I thought about it and the shock went away. The FBI has been protecting Epps in every way.
They removed him from the most wanted list. Several FBI officials were grilled by Congress and every one of them refused to answer whether Epps was working for the FBI. Therefore, I am certain that picking a former FBI fits the pattern that we have seen.
Videos of Ray Epps leading J6 protestors have gone viral on social media. So, why has he not been arrested? After all, what Epps did on January fifth and sixth is much worse than most of the political prisoners in the DC gulag. At one point he was seen with BLM activist John Sullivan, side by side. Sullivan actually did enter the Capitol. He has never been charged with his crimes. Funny how that works.
The J6 Unselect Committee issued an 845-page final report, but “Ray Epps” didn’t come up once.
Epps’ interview, however, revealed that he texted his nephew on J6: “I was in the front with a few others. I also orchestrated it.”
Why wasn’t he mentioned?pic.twitter.com/LawS3Kdqf1
— Julia ?? (@Jules31415) December 30, 2022
— Savannah Goes Nuclear Extreme (@BasedSavannah) December 31, 2022
Republican Rep. Thomas Massie (KY) has repeatedly been stonewalled by the January 6 Witch Hunt Committee when asking questions about Epp’s identity or his role in the so-called January 6 “insurrection.”
Watch far-left Jan. 6 Witch Hunt Committee member Rep. Jamie Raskin defend Ray Epps after Rep. Thomas Massie asks about Ray Epps. Massie became very defensive about the MAGA hat-wearing Ray Epps as “that poor guy” and asking Republicans to “leave him alone,” and suggested Republicans should be more concerned about Donald Trump’s money-grubbing niece’s accusations against him that have since been thrown out of court by a judge.
When Senator Ted Cruz asked Assistant FBI Director Jill Sanborn, “Was Ray Epps a fed?” She responded, “Senator, I can’t answer that question.” When Cruz pressed Sanborn showing photos of Epps whispering to protestors who then immediately began to pull down barricades, “Did Mr. Epps urge them to tear down the barricades?” Sanborn again said, “I cannot answer that.”
Remember when @SenTedCruz asked the FBI under oath if Ray Epps was a Fed?
You know how the FBI answered?
“I cannot answer that question”
If he wasn’t, that should’ve been an easy No
— Rogan O’Handley (@DC_Draino) December 30, 2022
Tucker Carlson asked why the Trump-hating RINO Rep. Adam Kinsinger (IL) continues to defend and even “praise” Ray Epps.
On January 6, 2021 Ray Epps texted his nephew to say, “I WAS IN THE FRONT WITH A FEW OTHERS. I ALSO ORCHESTRATED IT.” See the relevant section and also link to full transcript below https://t.co/JV1cITkprd pic.twitter.com/EJb6UKoDfU
— Dinesh D'Souza (@DineshDSouza) December 30, 2022
Epps is being represented by the father, son combination, John W. Blischak and Andrew Blischak. John was an FBI agent in Ohio for nine years before moving to Arizona and becoming a lawyer.
Shortly after, Epps was asked to have his counsel introduce himself, stating his name for the record. Mr. Blischak identified himself, saying, “Yes. My name is John W. Blischak. I will be representing Mr. Epps throughout the course of this investigation.”
Mr. John W. Blischak was born in Steubenville, Ohio. After graduating from law school in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1975, John W. Blischak embarked on a rewarding nine-year career as an FBI Agent with the U.S. Department of Justice, commencing in Cleveland and thereafter transferring to Phoenix. Wanting to seek independence and a challenge, Mr. Blischak voluntarily left the FBI and commenced a three-year stint as a prosecutor in the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office in the complex white-collar crime unit where the invaluable trial experience was accumulated, and thereafter Mr. Blischak ventured into sole practice in 1987.