The first House member who announced last month that he would object to the Electoral College results, Alabama Republican Representative Mo Brooks recently announced on Twitter that growing evidence suggests that the US Capitol assault was “orchestrated” by Antifa members.
“Please, don’t be like #FakeNewsMedia, don’t rush to judgment on assault on Capitol. Wait for investigation. All may not be (and likely is not) what appears. Evidence growing that fascist ANTIFA orchestrated Capitol attack with clever mob control tactics,” he wrote, beginning a Twitter thread.
“A Congressman warned me on MONDAY of a growing ANTIFA threat & advised that I sleep in my office rather than leaving Capitol complex & sleeping in my condo. I heeded that advice & have slept on the office floor for 4 straight nights,” he continued.
“Congressman told me he was warned on TUESDAY by Capitol Police officer that intelligence suggested fascist ANTIFA was going to try to infiltrate the Trump rally by dressing like Trump supporters,” he went on. “Capitol Police advised TUESDAY that it best not to leave Capitol complex.”
“Evidence, much public, surfacing that many Capitol assaulters were fascist ANTIFAs, not Trump supporters. Again, time will reveal the truth. Don’t rush to judgment. Don’t be fooled by #FakeNewsMedia, whose political judgment drives their reporting. My view: fully prosecute all!” Brooks concluded.
There have been lots of rumors making the rounds about how Antifa staged a “false flag” attack on the Capitol Building, and Brooks has confirmed those reports via his Twitter thread.
Although no real evidence has been provided, some Twitter users have pointed out irregularities on the day of the attack in the Capitol building.
Is Brooks right about this one?