'We are NOT Antifa!' 'QAnon Shaman' Jacob Chansley Jan. 6 Footage Shows His Restraint

Nick Kangadis | March 13, 2023
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Narratives are fun, aren’t they? They allow the establishment media, who ironically seem to be controlled by their narrative providers in the government, to tell stories that — while they may not have a hair of truth in them — are told nonetheless in order to give the government time to seemingly figure out what they want to do in terms of screwing over the American populace, while also determining how they want to do it.

The “QAnon Shaman.” It’s the catchy title the media gave a veteran standing up for possible corruption in his government following a questionable election.

Well, ever since Fox News host Tucker Carlson began revealing footage the January 6th Committee allegedly didn’t want the American people to see, while also dealing with an establishment that wants to see Carlson wiped off the Earth for doing so, there has been more and more footage coming out showing that the “QAnon Shaman” might not have been the person the media has been and continues to portray him as.

In other footage that has gone mega-viral in a short period of time on Twitter, video shows the “QAnon Shaman,” whose real name is Jacob Chansley, repeating the words of then-President Donald Trump on January 6th. He also appeared to be trying to prevent people from entering the Capitol building.

“Donald Trump asked everybody to go home!” Chansley said over a megaphone. “So what are we going to do? We’re going to obey our president, we’re going to do as he asks and we’re going to go home.”

It’s not clear whether these statement came before or after Chansley walked through the Capitol all buddy-buddy with Capitol police officer paving the way for him to do as he pleases.

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Cries of “Respect the Capitol” could be heard after Chansley made the statement quoted above.

After a few seconds of back-and-forth between the protesters, Chansley then read out a tweet from Trump that called for protesters to “remain peaceful.”

“Donald Trump, quote, ‘I’m asking for everyone in the U.S. Capitol to remain peaceful. No violence. Remember, we are the party of law and order. Respect our law enforcement and men and women in blue.”

Also in a display of irony, Trump’s Twitter account was subsequently banned and deleted,  providing the media with the narrative that Trump said nothing to try and tamper emotions on January 6, 2021.

While some provocateurs attempted to try and convince others that they should stay and enter the Capitol, Chansley said all that would do is “make you look guilty.”

And perhaps the most telling part of the video footage presented is when Chansley said and repeated that, typically, Trump protesters, “are not Antifa,” the violent, far-left communist group that has wreaked havoc all over the country in the name of selfishness and authoritarianism.

‘We are not Antifa!” Chansley said on the megaphone over and over.

And yet, Chansley still sits in prison, serving nearly four years for a narrative seemingly built around him.


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