This article was sponsored by “Capitol Punishment.”
Most of the people in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 6 were peaceful protesters. Despite that, the FBI is trying to intimidate nearly everyone there into submission to the federal government. And we now have the video that proves it.
In “Capitol Punishment,” the new blockbuster documentary produced by Chris Burgard and Hollywood star and unashamed conservative Nick Searcy, the FBI’s underhanded tactics are revealed. If you want to see the real story of Jan. 6 not being told by the establishment media, you can buy the film and begin watching it right now.
Tony Martinez, 47, was one protester who told his story in the documentary. He said he never entered the Capitol, but that did not stop the FBI from showing up at his home.
In the movie, Martinez described the moment the FBI broke the glass on his back door and entered his home. Martinez said he and his daughter were handcuffed, and the FBI was unable to provide a warrant when his wife asked for it.
Even amid that chaos, Martinez said he was hardly surprised.
“There was a sense of, also, of course this is happening,” Martinez told The Western Journal of his feelings at the time. “Of course this is what you’re doing. Of course you’re kicking in my door. Of course you’re putting my family in handcuffs.”
So how did Martinez get to the point where he almost expected mistreatment from government agencies? “Capitol Punishment” answers that very question and so many others. And you can get your DVD or digital copy today right here.
Joey Gilbert, a lawyer turned Republican gubernatorial candidate in Nevada, was at the Capitol on Jan. 6. He said in the documentary that the federal government’s actions that day and particularly afterward were part of a calculated plan.
“It has been a very coordinated effort to defeat America mentally, emotionally, psychologically,” Gilbert said.
That would explain the experiences of people like Martinez and Dr. Simone Gold, who was also at the Capitol that day. Gold leads the oft-criticized organization America’s Frontline Doctors, which raises relevant concerns about the COVID-19 vaccines.
Gold said she did enter the Capitol that day, but it was through an open door with many other people and did not involve violence. So she was horribly surprised when the FBI later showed up at her house, as well.
In “Capitol Punishment,” producer Searcy attempted to re-enact that scene. His knocking and yelling clearly conjured up unpleasant memories for Gold.
“It’s like giving me PTSD,” she said. “Honestly, it’s like so scary.”
Gold and Martinez are just two of many people being unfairly targeted from Jan. 6. You can see more stories by purchasing the film now.
J. Michael Waller at the Center for Security Policy said the federal government’s tactics in apprehending protesters from the Capitol are completely unjustified.
“This is psychological warfare,” he said in the film. “It has no legal basis … it’s like tactical military operations like you’d see in a counterterrorist op in Afghanistan or Iraq or someplace else.
“When you have crowds of heavily armed personnel trained as a tactical unit breaking in, holding people, holding children, scaring people, terrorizing them and then not even allowing them to [seek] any form of even legal defense for a certain time, but making sure that it’s all publicized … this is to get into people’s psychology.”
Contrary to the establishment media narrative, the story of Jan. 6 is about more than just the few violent people who entered the Capitol building. It involves a full-scale federal effort to silence dissent, and that effort is exposed in “Capitol Punishment.”
One year removed from the events, do not miss your chance to learn the real truth about Jan. 6 — truth the FBI, the Deep State and the media hope you never learn. You can purchase and watch the film right now on your own or with family and friends over the holidays.
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