Hidden Jan. 6 Footage Shows Q Shaman Escorted by Police Inside Capitol
Footage Hidden from January 6 2021 until now has shown that Jacob Chansley better known as Q Shaman was escorted inside the US Capital building and into the Senate by Capitol Hill Police. The footage aired by Fox News Host Tucker Carlson which was given to him by new US House Speaker Kevin McCarthy was not just hidden from the US public but from January 6 defendants.
Chansley a US navy veteran was charged with “knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority, and with violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds.” He was sentenced to 41 months in prison after pleading guilty to a single count of obstructing an official proceeding as part of a plea bargain.
Albert Watkins Chansley’s former defence attorney told Tucker Carlson that he had never seen the footage which showed at least 9 police officers peacefully engaging with him acting more like tour guides. “They had that video footage I didn’t get. It wasn’t disclosed to me. It wasn’t provided to me.” Watkins went on to describe the prison sentence handed to Chansley as a “tragedy” and a “dagger at the heart of our American justice system.”
The fact that footage from January 6 2021 has been hidden away for over 2 years including during the US House Select Committee January 6 primetime show trials is a scandal and has violated due process for January 6 defendants some of whom are still in custody yet to face trial. Former US President Donald Trump on his Truth Social account praised Tucker Carlson for his scoop and called the “Unselect” Committee “a giant scam” and its members “CRIMINAL FABRICATORS” and that the peaceful January 6 entrants to the capitol should be let free.
Because the footage destroys the long-standing violent insurrection narrative that Democrats, RINOs and the mainstream media sold the US public they are super angry at Fox News and Tucker Carlson for airing it. US Democrat Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer demanded Fox News owner Rupert Carlson prevent Tucker Carlson from going on the air with further footage. US Republican Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell called the airing of the hidden footage “a mistake”