Joe Rogan says it’s ‘possible’ Jan. 6 was Deep State false flag to frame Trump – LifeSite

(LifeSiteNews) — Popular podcaster and comedian Joe Rogan has said he believes it is “certainly possible” that intelligence officials provoked the January 6 protests in Washington D.C. in 2021 to ensure Donald Trump would never be president again. 

“[The FBI does] use agent provocateurs to disrupt peaceful protest. It’s a common tactic,” Rogan told self-professed Catholic comedian Jim Gaffigan, who is an outspoken supporter of LGBT causes, on his podcast earlier this week. 

Rogan, 55, also speculated that Ray Epps was a Deep State operative.  

He “clearly instigated” things. “He did it on camera,” Rogan remarked. “I don’t know if he was a fed,” he added, but “I know a lot of people think he was a fed… when they asked the FBI, the FBI said, ‘We can’t tell you.’” 

Epps is a middle-aged white man who was filmed urging people to enter the Capitol. Unlike other protesters, Epps, who is suing Fox News for defamation, was never arrested or charged with a crime. Liberal media outlets like The New York Times have also come to his defense

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After an aloof Gaffigan told Rogan that he didn’t see how an escalation “would be of use” to the FBI or to the Democrats, Rogan pointed out that Trump “was very open about his disdain for the intelligence agencies,” and that it makes sense that they would seek to use the rally as a way to damage him politically so he would never again occupy the Oval Office.

“I don’t think it’s outside the realm of possibility they [the FBI] would encourage people to do things that were unlawful,” he asserted. “Throughout history people of unchecked power and unchecked influence have enemies, and Trump was their enemy.”

Rogan continued: “Instead of peacefully protesting — which is what everybody was doing on the outside, which is totally legal — to take that and escalate it to entering into the capitol, now you can lock things down. And now you have real clear evidence that this President is responsible for this insurrection attempt, and ‘this is dangerous,’ this is ‘a threat to our democracy,’ and ‘he’s never going to be President again,’ and ‘we’re going to indict him and go after him and we’re going to do all these different things.’” 

According to Politico, there have been more than 1,000 arrests made in connection to the protests. Of those, approximately 485 individuals have been sentenced, with roughly 277 having been given jail time and about 113 sentenced to house arrest. Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene complained earlier this year that some detainees are still in the Washington D.C. jail and have not been given a quick and speedy trial as required under the U.S. Constitution’s Sixth Amendment. 

Just this week, the FBI announced that former President Trump has been indicted for objecting to the certification of the 2020 presidential election. Many conservative and Republican officials have decried the move as a weaponization of the intelligence community, similar to how third-world “banana republics” operate.