FBI Refuses To Disclose Critical Video Showing Pipe Bomber On January 6

The FBI is refusing to release critical video footage regarding the pipe bomb placed outside the Democratic National Committee (DNC) headquarters at the time of the disturbances at the Capitol Building on January 6, 2021.

Revolver News recently published an analysis of video that has been disclosed and reports indicating that there are some direct questions that the FBI should be expected to answer about why the public is not being provided with the full story.

Investigative reporter Darren Beattie appeared on the Fox News Tuesday broadcast of “Tucker Carlson Tonight” to discuss the “many absolutely mind-blowing coincidences related to the pipe bomb situation.”

Beattie’s interview focused on the pipe bomb that the FBI said was discovered outside an exit door at the DNC offices shortly after a similar bomb was discovered at the Republican National Committee headquarters at 12:40 p.m. on January 6. That discovery came just one minute before the crowd at the Capitol breached the barricades at the perimeter of the complex.

However, the FBI has said that the bomb at the DNC location was planted during the night of January 5.

Beattie argues that it is inconceivable that the bomb placed outside the DNC would have gone undiscovered by anyone before Vice President Kamala Harris arrived at the building on the afternoon of January 6. The area was covered by pedestrians, DNC security, and Secret Service agents from January 5 until Harris was transported to the building.

Beattie discussed video with Carlson that shows the alleged bomber entering the area where the bomb was planted outside the DNC. While there were two cameras that captured footage of the incident, only one has been disclosed to the public showing video from the time when the bomber allegedly placed the bomb on the ground near a bush and a park bench.

That camera’s angle caused the actual placement of the bomb to be concealed by a bush. The second camera’s video of the same moment, which would provide an unobstructed view, is being withheld by the FBI.

Beattie has recently reported on additional key facts that remain unexamined about the DNC bomb.

U.S. Capitol Police Chief Stephen Sund has said that he believes the two pipe bombs were placed as “diversions” to distract officers at the time the Capitol perimeter was being breached.

The pipe bombs were of a simplistic design with timers that had a maximum setting of one hour, although both were placed the night before, and neither had a remote detonator.

Because the coincidence of the timing of the discovery of the bombs is “frankly unbelievable,” Beattie said that journalists should be asking Attorney General Merrick Garland, FBI Director Christopher Wray, and FBI Washington Field Office Chief Stephen D’Antuono about the DNC bomb “very directly and very forcefully.”