Rep. Clay Higgins (R-La.) Slams J6, the FBI, DoJ… and He Brought the Receipts

Maybe due to the New Orleans accent sounding a lot like a New York accent, but Rep. Clay Higgins manner of speech as well as his rather intimidating physical appearance sometimes confuses me.

Is he from Bensonhurst, Brooklyn or Bayou Metairie?

Either way, it sure looks like he has the goods on the FBI and this whole “insurrection” hoax.

Specifically, the current headline of reporter Timothy Frudd of American Military News which reads;

Video: Over 200 FBI agents infiltrated Jan 6 crowd, GOP Rep says

Hmph… well, that was certainly provocative. Soooooo, I certainly hope he provided some proof. Sorry if I sound jaded, but due to the state of basic freedom being slowly smothered to death, I just can’t help but to feel… what’s that word, again? Oh, yeah: Jaded.

But back to the article at hand. Reporter Frudd notes;

During a recent television interview, Rep. Clay Higgins (R-La.) accused the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) of having over 200 FBI agents “embedded” in the crowd that stormed Capitol Hill on January 6, 2021.

“The FBI was not only involved in the actions on January 6 from within,” Higgins told Newsmax during a recent interview. “They had, I suspect, over 200 agents embedded within the crowd including agents or as they would call human assets inside the Capitol dressed as Trump supporters before the doors were opened.”

In addition to claiming that the FBI had over 200 agents embedded in the crowd at the storming of Capitol Hill, Higgins told Newsmax that the FBI had “infiltrated” websites, social media accounts, and online chat groups related to people who discussed “objections to COVID oppression.”

“And when you track the text threads and the communications within those groups, and find the origins of suggestions of potential violence or an act of occupation of the Capitol on January 6, you’ll find that those messages were led by members of the groups and ended up to be the FBI agents that had infiltrated the group,” Higgins said. “So the FBI’s involvement was deep not just on J6, but on the days and weeks and months prior.”

In the meantime, Jordan Andrews of State of the Union (via is citing that more information will be released next week by ex-US Capitol Police officer, Lt. Tarik Johnson, will release further proof that J6 was in all reality, an inside job;

Former U.S. Capitol Police Lieutenant Tarik Johnson plans to share information exposing a “cover-up” related to the January 6 events at the Capitol.

He alleges that political extremists were allowed to enter the Capitol building despite warnings and lack of security enhancements.

Johnson aims to release potentially revelatory information and has expressed concerns about potential repercussions for doing so, including dealing with Capitol Police Chief J. Thomas Manger.

This raises the stakes for Johnson’s plan to release the footage next week.

Congressman Higgins questioned FBI Director Wray about the presence of undercover officers on January 6, mentioning “ghost buses” filled with FBI informants dressed as Trump supporters.

Wray did not refute the claim but stated that no FBI agents were involved in the violence at the Capitol on January 6.

Furthermore, Andrews also published some rather interesting quotes from Lt. Johnson regarding USCP Chief J. Thomas Manger;

“He’ll destroy anyone who comes out and the Capitol Police (because Congress exempts itself from the laws it passes) have no whistleblower protection.”

“I spoke to my lawyer and I told him what my plans are as it relates to releasing information on X about the J6 set-up and the cover-up that ensued after,” Johnson said.

“I wanted to see what if any legal ramifications I’d be facing when I do. He stated he didn’t see any and if something arose we would deal with it together.