NEW: Previously Unreported Insurrection Eve Video Confirms Stop the Steal Plot to Occupy the United States Capitol Long-Term Beginning on January 6
Ali Alexander—who was just deposed by Congress for eight hours—appears to have confessed on January 5 that his "movement" indeed intended to not only storm the Capitol but occupy it on January 6.
Yesterday the House January 6 Committee subpoenaed someone who very few people in America have heard of: Kimberly Fletcher, a leader of the far-right insurrectionist group Moms for America. According to domestic terrorist Ali Alexander—one of the primary Stop the Steal leaders, along with Trump friend and adviser Roger Stone and Trump ally Alex Jones—Fletcher was integral to Stop the Steal’s organizing efforts in November of 2020, following Trump’s defeat in the November 3 presidential election.
But it’s a nexus between Fletcher and Alexander on Insurrection Eve—January 5, 2021—that may be the most important component of the testimony Fletcher is now likely to provide to Congress in January 2022: specifically, what was said between her and Alexander before and after she invited him to speak to her group outside the Capitol.
Indeed, when the House January 6 Committee deposed Alexander for eight hours this past Thursday, Proof hopes it had access to the full text of his January 5 speech before the Capitol, as it may well constitute one of the most critical public confessions in the whole of the January 6 insurrection timeline.
“Operation Occupy the Capitol” and “Fort Trump”
Long-since deleted from YouTube for violating the site’s Terms of Service, a video of Alexander’s mid-day speech outside the Capitol on January 5 was located by a sharp-eyed Proof reader.
So why is this particular video so important? Because it appears to be Ali Alexander’s public acknowledgment of the “Occupy the Capitol” plot Proof reported on weeks ago.