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New Jan. 6 Video: Confirmation Capitol 'Break-in' Happened BEFORE Trump Was Done Speaking

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Since Jan. 6, the establishment media have reported that a throng of Trump supporters left then-President Donald Trump’s speech in Washington and headed straight to the Capitol building to cause chaos.

In the documentary “Capitol Punishment,” multiple experts call that story into question. If you want the truth amid the media lies, buy “Capitol Punishment” today.

“It wasn’t until President Trump was in the middle of his speech when I got a text that said, ‘They breached the Capitol,'” SteelTruth.com founder Ann Versteel said. “And I thought, ‘Who in the world was that?'”

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There is more to the story of Jan. 6 than you have been told. If you want the full truth, get “Capitol Punishment” now.

Film producer Nina May seemingly corroborated Versteel’s account.

“The people that were already there, the ones that were already starting to break in, they weren’t hearing his speech,” May said.

“It wasn’t being broadcast, it wasn’t being carried any place. So who inspired them to break into the Capitol?”

MAGA Institute co-founder Timothy Shea added there was “no way” someone who was at Trump’s speech could have made it to the Capitol in time for the initial break-in.

“Capitol Punishment” exposes the establishment media lies and gives you the true story you won’t hear from those outlets.

If you want to know what really happened that day, buy your copy now.

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Grant is a graduate of Virginia Tech with a bachelor’s degree in journalism. He has five years of writing experience with various outlets and enjoys covering politics and sports.
Grant is a graduate of Virginia Tech with a bachelor's degree in journalism. He has five years of writing experience with various outlets and enjoys covering politics and sports.




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