Joe Rogan speculates about the Capitol riot’s true motives in a candid conversation with comedian Jim Gaffigan.
In a recent episode of The Joe Rogan Experience Podcast, popular host Joe Rogan engaged in a gripping conversation with comedian Jim Gaffigan, exploring the controversial events of January 6 at the United States Capitol. Rogan delved into a theory that the infamous Capitol riot might have been a false flag operation designed to take down former President Donald Trump.
Throughout the interview, Rogan expressed his concerns about the involvement of intelligence agencies in provoking individuals to enter the Capitol Building. He cited the case of January 6 protester Ray Epps, who notably wasn’t arrested despite appearing to instigate the incident on camera. Rogan questioned whether Epps could have been a federal agent or an “agent provocateur” used by agencies to disrupt peaceful protests. Epps, in response, has filed a defamation lawsuit against Fox News, alleging harassment, death threats, and consequences from a conspiracy theory about his actions on January 6.
While comedian Jim Gaffigan expressed skepticism about the false flag theory, Rogan doubled down on his belief that it is a common tactic used by intelligence agencies, especially against individuals perceived as their enemies, such as Trump, who openly criticized their competence and integrity.
The interview has stirred widespread interest and debates, prompting many to question the motivations behind the Capitol riot and the role of intelligence agencies in the entire episode. As more evidence surfaces and discussions continue, the search for the truth behind January 6 remains an ongoing endeavor.
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