You’ll remember that I said explicitly that I did not trust Ali Akbar after he made several very unfortunate statements, including to Alex Jones directly, and after it was clear that he was personally embezzling money under the guise of protesting election fraud.
I guess we’re going to see what he’s made of here.
Personally, I expect that he’s already flipped and will testify to anything in order to avoid anything.
The House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection on Thursday issued subpoenas to a prominent organizer of the rallies preceding the assault on the U.S. Capitol and his affiliates, saying it wanted to question them about threats of violence, coordination with the Trump White House and misleading permit applications.
Rep. Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., the committee chairman, sent a subpoena to Ali Alexander, also known as Ali Akbar, who created an LLC called Stop the Steal after Joe Biden was announced the winner of the 2020 election, and another subpoena to Nathan Martin, whose name was on permit applications for a rally on Jan. 6 on the Capitol grounds.
A third subpoena was sent to George B. Coleman, who was listed as the registered agent on the records for the LLC.
The subpoenas give all three individuals two weeks to produce relevant documents and compel them to appear for sworn depositions at the end of this month.
“The rally on the Capitol grounds on January 6th, like the rally near the White House that day, immediately preceded the violent attack on the seat of our democracy. Over the course of that day, demonstrations escalated to violence and protestors became rioters. The Select Committee needs to understand all the details about the events that came before the attack, including who was involved in planning and funding them. We expect these witnesses to cooperate fully with our probe,” Thompson said in a statement.
The subpoena notes that “in the weeks before the January 6th attack, Mr. Alexander made repeated reference during Stop-the-Steal-sponsored events to the possible use of violence to achieve the organization’s goals.”
Alexander also “claimed to have been in communication with the White House and Members of Congress regarding events planned to coincide with the certification of the 2020 Electoral College results,” the subpoena says.
And at a D.C. rally on the evening of Jan. 5, where conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and Trump ally Roger Stone both spoke, Alexander addressed the crowd and led members in a chant of “Victory or death.”
They’re also accusing Akbar of fraud related to the permits he filed, which they imply were the main permits for the January 6 event (I don’t know if that’s true or not, but that’s clearly the implication here).
The committee also has an interest in why Alexander and Martin were involved in permit applications for a rally on the Capitol grounds on Jan. 6 that claimed to be expecting only 50 people.
In September, BuzzFeed News revealed that Alexander was associated with several permit applications for rallies at different points around the U.S. Capitol, raising questions about whether there was a coordinated effort to surround the building with thousands of aggressive protesters who became violent insurrectionists after then-President Donald Trump’s speech that day.
This is what I said about someone who is committing fraud, as Akbar appeared to be doing in the way he solicited donations secretly to his personal accounts from his “Stop the Steal” websites: if they’re doing that, they’re likely doing other shady things, and you probably cannot trust them.
Alex Jones can be accused of shilling for the Jews, which is something he has done in his language, but as a person, he tends to play things straight. You can trust him to be responsible.
Of course, they’re subpoenaing everyone.
About a week ago, the bipartisan committee sent subpoenas to 11 individuals who helped organize a rally on the Ellipse in front of the White House, where Trump urged his followers to go to the Capitol and “fight like hell.”
And a week before that, the committee sent subpoenas to four top aides to Trump: former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows, former White House adviser Steve Bannon, former deputy chief of staff Dan Scavino and former Pentagon chief of staff Kashyap Patel. In addition to testimony, the committee is seeking documents and electronic records from all four.
A press release from the committee said that it is seeking more information on how Meadows was “part of an effort to overturn the results of the 2020 election or prevent the election’s certification.”
Thompson said a week ago that “for those who don’t agree to come in voluntarily, we’ll do criminal referrals and let that process work out.”
That means they call the FBI and you get your house raided and your dog murdered. That’s what “let that process work out” means. It’s a threat to kill your dog, and point guns at your head while you’re in your underwear in your front yard at 6 AM.
This is the picture Yahoo! News uses:
That’s Akbar with Nick Fuentes and Alex Jones in Georgia.
I don’t think Alex has actually been subpoenaed yet. But the media has been calling for his arrest for months.
Calls for Alex Jones' Arrest Grow Louder After His $500K Donation to January 6 Rally Resurfaces https://t.co/BNEG7RFJlF
— Jon Cooper 🇺🇸 (@joncoopertweets) June 13, 2021
Gotta love when the media presents its own demands as if they are coming from the public at large.
Alex has actually said aloud that Donald Trump called him and told him to lead the rally. So there is zero chance he isn’t going to be called up.
The Jews have been claiming that he was responsible for “planning the attack” this whole time.
THE WASHINGTON POST: "The FBI has been investigating whether high-profile right-wing figures—including Roger Stone and Alex Jones—may have played a role in the [January 6] attack [on the U.S. Capitol]." https://t.co/R43lRsuADC
— Seth Abramson (@SethAbramson) March 9, 2021
Never mind that there was no “attack,” aside from some fed-run Proud Boys breaking some windows and some fed-run Oath Keepers sending some texts about “releasing the gas.”
It’s all a big hoax, and anyone who is paying attention knows that.
Lucky for the Jews, virtually no one is paying attention. They’re too focused on either being afraid of the virus hoax, or being afraid of the government destroying their lives because they refuse to take a fake vaccine.
Alex is already getting brutalized in the courts.
UPDATE: ALEX JONES HAS LOST THIRD DEFAMATION CASE BY EXTREMELY RARE DEFAULT JUDGMENT
Man, at this rate, he'll have no cash to hire attorneys to defend him against the January 6 crimes alone… https://t.co/nY6nzZDESu
— Eric Garland (@ericgarland) October 1, 2021
It’s unclear why he hasn’t fled the country.
Meanwhile, Infowars host Owen Shroyer has already been charged with crimes in relation to the January 6 event. They’re saying he “trespassed” against democracy and so on.
On Thursday, The New York Times, a Jewish newspaper, published a piece about Joe Biggs that mentioned Jones and Shroyer.
An accused rioter has told the F.B.I. that Joseph Biggs, a leader of the far-right Proud Boys, directed him to challenge the police at a key moment on Jan. 6. Mr. Biggs’s lawyer denied the allegation. https://t.co/mZob7kiDH9
— NYT Politics (@nytpolitics) October 7, 2021
They’re saying that Biggs, who has admitted to being an informant to the FBI, pointed a gun at him and told people to attack cops.
Note that Biggs himself has used “but I’m an FBI informant” as a defense in this situation.
Proud Boy Leader Joe Biggs exposed as an FBI Informant. #JoeBiggs #ProudBoys #SnitchBoys #Snitch #CI #PoliceInformant #BLM #BlackLivesMatter #AntiRacistAction #Antifa #RedneckRevolt #Resist https://t.co/cM3bmGRnw6
— mark allen (@area51elvis) April 4, 2021
Of course, that is exactly what you would expect an FBI informant to do. Probably, the part about pointing a gun at him is not true. But in these courts “the feds told me to do it tho” is not a defense.
Meanwhile, Nick Fuentes has had all of his bank accounts raided by the feds.
I’m not sure what happens next. But it sure as heck looks to me like the plan of the feds is just to arrest every right-winger in the country – excluding, perhaps, Tim Pool – in connection to this January 6 “attack on the Capitol.”