April 21, 2024

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It Was Crawling With Feds’ – Capitol Police Chief Confirms FBI, DHS Undercovers in Jan 6 Crowd.

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Former Capitol Hill Police Chief Steven Sund told Tucker Carlson “there was a fair amount of law enforcement” in the January 6th crowd, in footage exclusively obtained by The National Pulse. The bombshell news follows revelations that Sund had called the events surrounding the Capitol riot “a cover up,” adding his concerns over provocateurs like Ray Epps.

Over halfway through the interview hidden by Fox News following Tucker Carlson’s firing, Sund explains that it is normal for Secret Service, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), and D.C. Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) to have a few undercover assets in large crowds gathered in the nation’s capital. But the 18 or so FBI agents present, plus an estimated 20 from the Department of Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) was remarkably high.

Sund stunningly reveals: “Within a few days of January 6th I had media reach out to me and say ‘Hey, you’re aware the FBI had undercovers in the crowd?’. I was like, ‘Oh no, they would have told me’. I had Steve D’Antuono, the head of the [FBI] Washington Field Office on a call the day before. Didn’t say anything to me about it… and now to see, allegedly, according to the GAO report, they had 18 operatives in the crowd? That’s a lot of operatives.”

The Capitol Hill top cop, forced out by Speaker Nancy Pelosi in the aftermath of January 6th, went on to explain that during incidents like IMF protests in 2000, and the Bush inauguration, it was commonplace for his department to have intelligence briefings with the FBI, alongside a ‘Joint Intelligence Bulletin’ (JIB).

“None of that [happened for Jan 6],” Sund explained, “No conference call.”

Tucker Carlson pressed Sund for clarification: “You think 18 is a lot for that kind of an event?”

“I think so,” replies Sund, adding that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) had 20 HSI operatives in the crowd several thousand.

“It sounds like a number of the intelligence agencies had resources in the crowd,” Sund asserts, to which Carlson responds: “In the parlance of the internet, it was crawling with feds?”

“There was a fair amount of law enforcement in the crowd,” Sund replies.

In over 30 years of service in the police, Sund says he has never seen anything like that in terms of sheer numbers of undercover operatives from across government agencies.

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