The judge in the trial of these January 6 defendants just made one shocking decision that has conspiracy theorists running wild

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Since Tucker Carlson released previously unseen surveillance footage recorded at the Capitol on January 6, many have questioned the ruling class elites’ narrative around that day.

Specifically, many have questioned the fact that dozens of those arrested have been imprisoned like serial killers for more than two years without a trial.

But the judge in the trial of these January 6 defendants just made one shocking decision that has conspiracy theorists running wild.


Former Proud Boys National Chairman Enrique Tarrio along with members Ethan Nordean, Zachary Rehl, Joseph Biggs, and Dominic Pezzola, are currently on federal trial for allegedly conspiring “to oppose by force the authority of the Government of the United States” by opposing “the lawful transfer of Presidential power” during the events of January 6.

In a nutshell, the Biden regime alleges that because the group planned to protest the 2020 election at the Capitol on January 6, then actually followed through with the protest and began directing people to protest inside the Capitol once police removed the barricades , that they definitely orchestrated a coup d’etat to overthrow the government and should be treated as terrorists.

Nevermind the fact that this supposed coup would have been orchestrated by a few dozen unarmed and completely untrained Proud Boy recruits who, according to text messages in evidence, had to be told on multiple occasions not to “get drunk” until the protest was over.

Nevertheless, as their federal trial for seditious conspiracy continues, something rather peculiar recently occurred that has many questioning whether everything is above board.

According to reports, Tarrio’s defense attorneys have decided against calling a previously intended female witness to testify after it was revealed that she formerly served as an FBI informant.

But presiding Judge Timothy Kelly determined that her relationship with the Bureau was somehow irrelevant to the case.

Judge Kelly made his determination despite the fact that the witness – identified by the New York Times as Jen Loh – had been an official FBI confidential human source from April of 2021 to January of 2023 and reportedly provided the Bureau with information unofficially dating back to 2019.

In a motion filed Wednesday, Rehl’s attorney, Carmen Hernandez, revealed that during her time working for the FBI, “Loh had communicated with one or more defense lawyers, participated in prayer meetings with one or more defendants’ families and talked with one of the defendant’s family members about replacing one of the defense counsel.”

Hernandez had filed said motion in order to compel the release of any FBI or DOJ reports, recordings, and/or memos regarding “reporting on and recordings of the defense team.”

But the DOJ claimed no such records exist.

How can this be?

The FBI, DOJ, and federal government as a whole seems to want the American people to believe that even though Loh worked with the FBI for a full two years after January 6 and had a close relationship with the Proud Boy defendants, she never spoke to the Bureau about the group.

They claim she was an FBI informant on a totally separate matter and the Bureau never once inquired whether her relationship with the group could aid their efforts.

Politico’s Kyle Cheney even noted that in Judge Kelly’s decision on the “relevance” of Loh’s work with the FBI,  she “wasn’t tasked with reporting on Proud Boys” and her involvement with the group “is easily explained by her sympathy for the defendants.”

But on Thursday, Nordean’s attorney, Nicholas Smith, said that Loh had been asking him detailed questions about the specifics of the case in and around April of 2021.

He even noted that “it looks like this informant was active in discussing information with their [FBI] handler at approximately the same time.”

Furthermore, Biggs’ lawyer, Norman Pattis, also said on Thursday that the defense plans to argue in court “that there was a complex network of confidential human sources at the government’s disposal” who were embedded in the Proud Boys.

The New York Times previously reported that court filings associated with the case suggested that the FBI had up to eight informants embedded in the Proud Boys in the months surrounding January 6.

Former Proud Boys chapter leader Matthew Walter even told the Times that he and as many as 20 other members of the group had relationships with the FBI around the time of January 6.

The idea that the Biden DOJ and FBI want the American people to believe that they had informants inside groups they claim were the main perpetrators of January 6, but that they never talked to said informants about January 6, is absolutely laughable.

It’s even more insane for a federal judge to determine that it’s just a total coincidence that an FBI informant on a totally separate matter also just happened to be close friends with dozens of Proud Boys who are now in federal prison on charges of seditious conspiracy.

At this point, it’s almost as if the federal government has simply stopped even trying to cover up their corruption.

Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.