The Washington Post has finally made the admission that President Trump did not incite the riot at the Capitol on January 6th, now reporting that the attack was “planned days in advance.”
The report is buried in the “local” and “legal” sections of the Washington Post website, as archived by The National Pulse here.
Written by three non-political reporters, the Washington Post story illustrates just how out of control the blatant misinformation about “incitement” by the President has been over the past two weeks.
The report goes on:
“This is the first step toward identifying and understanding that there was some type of concerted conspiracy here,” said one senior official with the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia, which is leading the investigation.
The news item even contains a quote from one of the alleged instigators of the move on Congress, which states:
The idea of infiltrators was originally dismissed, without reason nor evidence, by establishment media outlets and left-wing talking heads. Now the claims are made in a court filing, though no corporate media outlets have yet retracted their rejection of such ideas.
Indeed The National Pulse had previously reported on claims that political events would be hijacked to foment violence – as part of our ongoing investigation into the Transition Integrity Project.
The National Pulse was also the first media outlet in the world to break down the timeline of events on January 6th, disproving the corporate media narrative that President Trump incited the violence.