When it comes down to it, the people that are the instigators of an act are rarely the ones that are the ones that had the initial complaint.
Take a look at what happened at the Capitol. You really think that was all Trump supporters there? Hardly.
We all know that there were as many Antifa people there as there were Trump supporters. There’s a strong belief that it may be more.
Former GOP congress member Michele Bachmann (R-MN) blames Democrats for storming the Capitol building in a recent interview. “This didn’t look anything like the Trump crowd or the prayer warriors,” she said. “Don’t think for a minute that these were nasty, naughty, ridiculous, hillbilly Trump people. That is not what you saw.”
“You know the kind of people that we were with [at the rally],” Bachmann said during a livestream. “The nicest, friendliest, happiest people. It was like a family reunion out there. It was incredible. It was wonderful. And then all of a sudden this happens.”
“And it reminded me of Moscow in 1917 with the Bolsheviks, where there were rabble-rousers who dressed up in the opposition’s clothing and had a violent event in the streets. And we saw what happened to Russia: Russia went into 70 years of captivity. I am telling you, I’m not a betting woman, but I would put $1,000 on any table to say this wasn’t the Trump crowd. This didn’t look anything like the Trump crowd or the prayer warriors. These were rabble-rousers. Paid rabble-rousers.”
“This is a coup,” she continued. “What you observed today was a coup. Does anybody honestly believe that this young pajama boy running for U.S. Senate in Georgia [Senator-elect Jon Ossoff], who produced Chinese propaganda films for the Chinese, that he was elected senator today?”
“Or this guy who’s a pro-abortion-loving pastor [Senator-elect Raphael Warnock], who is in charge of a child’s camp that abused little children, does anybody think that this cat was elected as senator in Georgia? We’re talking Georgia!”