Text Messages Show CIA Deployed Personnel Domestically To D.C. On Jan. 6

by David Rufful at analyzingamerica.org

The release of newly obtained text messages has shed light on the involvement of CIA personnel in response to the January 6, 2021, Capitol riot, as well as the discovery of pipe bombs near the Republican and Democratic Party headquarters.

The text messages, categorized as the “January 7 Intel Chain,” were heavily redacted and obtained by Judicial Watch, revealing significant details about the CIA’s actions during and after the Capitol riot.

The text messages indicate that CIA personnel were actively engaged in responding to the events unfolding at the Capitol. References to “several CIA dog teams on standby” and “two CIA Bomb Techs” analyzing the pipe bombs discovered outside the RNC and DNC headquarters highlight the agency’s direct involvement in addressing the crisis.

The text thread includes discussions of a drone at the southwest part of the Capitol and communications with Washington, D.C.’s Metropolitan Police Department regarding radio capabilities, underscoring the multifaceted nature of the CIA’s response.

The revelations from the text messages have sparked public interest and raised questions about the extent of the CIA’s role in responding to the Capitol riot. The presence of CIA resources, including bomb technicians and dog teams, underscores the gravity of the situation and the collaborative effort involving various agencies in managing the crisis.

The text messages provide insights into the coordination and exchange of critical information among CIA personnel and other law enforcement entities during the tumultuous events of January 6, 2021.

The pipe bombs discovered on January 6, 2021, have been a subject of scrutiny, with a report by House Administration Subcommittee on Oversight chairman Barry Loudermilk highlighting concerns about the Capitol Police’s response to the discovery of the devices.The report accuses the Capitol Police of failing to properly secure the area, potentially placing civilians at risk and compromising the crime scene.

The text messages reveal the shooting of civilian Ashli Babbitt during the protest, further emphasizing the gravity of the situation and the multifaceted challenges faced by law enforcement agencies on that day.