Who is Ray Epps and why hasn't he been charged in the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol? There are multiple videos that show the Arizona man apparently planning the march and advocating for protesters to breach the Capitol, yet there's no evidence that he ever entered the Capitol building.
Last week, Rep. Thomas Massie (R-Ky) questioned Attorney General Merrick Garland about Epps' role in the Capitol riot during a House oversight hearing. Massie played a video that appears to show Epps provoking protesters to go into the Capitol building and asked if there were "federal agents or assets of the federal government present on January 5th and January 6th." Garland refused to answer, stating that the Department of Justice does not comment on pending investigations.
On "LevinTV," BlazeTV host Mark Levin noted that "there is no pending investigation" of Epps, which is Massie's point.
"[Massie] is asking a simple question about this guy: Ray Epps," Mark said. "Why can't [Garland] just say, 'He's not one of ours ... that's not an FBI guy'?"
Watch the video clip below to hear Mark raise the question that everyone is asking: Is Epps an agent of the federal government or not? Or find the full episode of "LevinTV" here.
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