Exclusive report from Revolver News indicates proof of FBI hiding critical footage of Jan. 6th “pipe bomber”


Revolver News has exclusively reported that they have definitive proof that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) is hiding critical video footage of the January 6th “pipe bomber.”

The analysis done by Revolver News reveals that the FBI is in possession of, but refusing to release, security camera footage of the January 6th “pipe bomber” planting the pipe bomb at the DNC building at 7:52 p.m. on January 5th. According to the report:

“…The stationary camera overlooking the DNC park benches — from which the FBI released a clip on March 9, 2021 timestamped approximately 7:42 p.m. on the night of January 5 2021 — should have a clear ‘moneyshot’ picture of the pipe bomber reaching in to his bag and depositing the pipe bomb by the right bottom corner of the circled park bench in the image below…All the FBI needs to do is who the same video camera’s footage from 10 minutes later.”

Revolver News stated that they know this because they performed a simply Google Earth walkthrough and because the “pipe bomber” is captured at these same park benches on a second security camera whose footage the FBI released on September 18, 2021.

The reasoning behind the FBI hiding this key camera footage for the last 18 months is, at the moment, a matter of speculation. According to the report:

“What is now beyond speculation, however, is that the FBI has dead-on footage of the bomber planting the bomb at the DNC building. Yet despite a $100,000 reward out to the public asking for information leading to the bomber’s arrest, the FBI is refusing to share this ‘moneyshot’ footage with the public.”

To discover the fact of the missing footage from the FBI, Revolver News took the path the FBI alleges that the “pipe bomber” took and retraced the steps in Google Earth. This exact path is set out by the FBI’s own video summary released on September 8, 2021.

The path starts one block north of the DNC building. At 7:40 p.m., per the FBI’s released footage from March 9, 2021, the “pipe bomber” is walking south on the eastern sidewalk down South Capitol St.

The Secret Service was guarding the building after the late reveal that Secret Service drove Kamala Harris to this very site at the DNC building, and so could the Secret Service really have failed to discover the pipe bomb in a security sweep just five to seven feet from the building’s exterior?


According to Revolver News, if you follow the timeline and you walk through the DNC park payout, you immediately see the massive problem: Camera one, the south stationary camera facing north, was fixed on BOTH park benches. The report said:

“So, camera one, unless it malfunctioned ‘Epstein-style’ between 7:48 p.m. and 7:52 p.m., would have caught the entire action sequence of the pipe bomber taking out and dropping off the DNC pipe bomb, totally unobstructed in a clear shot with nothing blocking camera one at all! That same camera should contain the moneyshot at 7:52 p.m.”

Revolver News covered the FBI and Justice Department sides of the pipe bomb cover-up for all of 2021. What they stated they did not cover at the time, however, was the role of the Secret Service because nothing was publicly known about the Secret Service’s role in the pipe bomb sage until November of 2021, 10 months after the event.

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Report: Select Committee hearing on January 6th was so boring NBC cut streaming it early and put on golf instead

June 17th, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C.- On Thursday, June 16th, the Select Committee that has been developed to investigate the January 6th attack on the United States Capitol held its third hearing and by the tweets sent across social media, many found it “boring.”

According to a report from Breitbart News, the hearing was so boring that NBC News’ Lester Holt announced that the network would be ending its live broadcast of the hearing to air the U.S. Open golf tournament. Holt said:

“We’re going to have to end our coverage of this January 6 hearing on the NBC Network, my colleagues and I will continue our coverage on the hearings on our streaming platform. For everyone else, U.S. Open golf begins momentarily.”

Civil rights lawyer Harmeet Dhillon joked about NBC cutting to golf, tweeting:

“My God, J6 hearing is THAT boring? I mean, I would rather untangle a skein of lace mohair yarn than watch golf on TV. Or maybe weed the driveway.”

Republica strategist Alex Bruesewitz tweeted:

“Who wrote J. Michael Luttig’s talking points? @AdamSchiff? @realBobWoodward? This old fool is barely looking up from his piece of paper. All opinions. No facts. Just anti-Trump, blah blah blah. So dramatic yet so boring.”

Much of the criticism focused on the committee’s start witness of the hearing, former federal Judge Michael Luttig, who had advised then-Vice President Mike Pence to certify the 2020 presidential election despite questions from the Trump campaign and its supporters over the legitimacy of the results and pending legal challenges.

Democrats strategists and legal experts tried to justify Luttig’s slow speech by saying he was being “careful and deliberate,” while some claimed he had just suffered a stroke. Wajahat Ali tweeted:

“I know people are taking some funny cracks at Judge Luttig’s slow speech but pay attention to the words. He’s not here to mess around. He’s laying to waste any and every right wing rationalized for the Big Lie.”

Jeff Greenfield tweeted:

“I know this is a flip response to Judge Luttig’s important testimony, but if you’ve ever seen Bob and Ray’s “Slow Talkers of America…”


After a recess, Democrats stopped questioning Luttig and put their focus on Pence and attorney Greg Jacob. Luttig did, however, give a closing statement.

The hearing focused on former President Donald Trump’s pressuring of Pence to hold off on certifying the election. The committee has tried to make a case that Trump and his top advisers did not believe the election was fraudulent, but tried to contest the results anyway and illegitimately stay in power.

According to the New York Post, more than 20 million Americans tuned into the hearing with approximately 15 million households watching and hearing it across 11 different networks.

Approximately three-quarters of the viewing audience was 55 and older, while fewer than 850,000 views were in the 18-34 demographic most coveted by advertisers.


ABC won the night with 5.2 million overall viewers during the 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. window in which the hearing took place. MSNBC was a close second with 4.3 million viewers, followed by NBC and CBS which had 3.7 million and 3.5 million viewers turn in, respectively.

The hearing on Thursday, June 16th, was the first of six that the committee plans to hold in the coming weeks to reveal its findings about the events on January 6, 2021. The committee’s next two hearings are scheduled to take place on Monday, June 20th and Wednesday, June 22nd, both beginning at 10 a.m.

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Investigation: Capitol Police displayed “questionable judgement” taking photos of Republican congressman’s private work

June 4th, 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C.- Back in February, the Texas Tribune reported that the Capitol Police dismissed Texas Republican Congressman Troy Nehls’ accusation that he was being illegally investigated three months prior to that when police entered his office and took photos of legislative documents.

Now, a new report confirms that an internal investigation into the Capitol Police did in fact illegally enter Nehls’ office and took photos of various documents, including a whiteboard detailing legislative plans.

The internal investigation allegedly determined the officer involved “displayed questionable judgement.”  The probe also determined:

“…Future officers need to be able to maintain proper balance of protecting congressional representatives and their staff from physical outside threats, while simultaneously protecting their legislative proposals and work product from possibly inappropriate photography, scrutiny, and questioning.”

The initial incident took placed in November of 2021 when Nehls tweeted that the police first entered his office on November 20th and then later attempted to enter his office on November 22nd, where they encountered one of Nehls’ staff members. At the time, Nehl tweeted:

“Upon discovering a member of my staff, special agents dressed like construction workers began to question him as to the contents of a photograph taken illegally two days earlier.”

After Nehls’ tweet, the Capitol police eventually issued a public statement stating that Nehls was not under investigation and that the search of his office was “routine procedure” because his office was found open. At the time, Capitol Police Chief Tom Manger said:

“If a member’s office is left open and unsecured, without anyone inside the office, USCP officers are directed to document that and secure the office to ensure nobody can wander in and steal or do anything else nefarious. No case investigation was ever initiated or conducted into the Representative or his staff.”

Nehls claimed that the reason for the intrusion was due to his criticisms of Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-CA) highly controversial January 6th committee, a partisan committee with seven Democrats and just two Republicans. Nehls said in a statement:

“I personally believe that Nancy Pelosi has weaponized the U.S. Capitol Police as her own investigations unit. She goes after anybody that has dissenting point of views. I obviously have been a very vocal critic of the January 6th committee and the events of January 6th.”

Nehls also called on Speaker Pelosi and others in House leadership to make sure an incident like what happened to him and his office never happens again, saying:

“Democrats and Republicans alike should support the idea of saying this should never happen to anybody. You cannot go in and start taking pictures of legislative materials or things that you find suspicious.”


Back in February, Nehls said that the issue was not whether the officer was entered legally, but whether the officer took a picture of private congressional material protected under the law. He said:

“Somebody in the Capitol Police took a picture of the whiteboard, shared it with the command center, who shared it with a special agent, who shared it with another supervisor who then had three guys show up at my office. All I’m asking is let’s see the photo that they took.”

Fox News reported that Nehls initial claim about the officers illegally entering his office came around the same time the Capitol Police were facing scrutiny over a reported surveillance practice on lawmakers, their staff and the people they meet with.

At the time, several Republicans signed a letter to Pelosi and Committee on House Administration Chairwoman Zoe Lofgren (D-CA), calling on them to investigate the reports of Capitol Police “monitoring” lawmakers and citizens.

According to reports, the after scrutinizing the matter, the inspector general recommended that the Capitol Police department “update procedures on balancing security interests with congressional officers’ confidential work.”

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Paul Pelosi arrested on DUI charges, released on $5K bail, yet his wife House Speaker, says “no one is above the law”

May 31st, 2022

NAPA, CA- According to reports, police records indicate that on Sunday, May 29th, Paul Pelosi, the 82-year-old husband of U.S. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI) in Northern California.

According to an online sheriff’s booking report, Paul Pelosi was taking into custody in Napa County, just north of San Francisco. Records show that he could face charges including DUI and driving with a blood alcohol content level of 0.08 or higher.

His bail was set at $5,000 for both misdemeanors. According to a report from KCRA, Paul Pelosi was driving a 2021 Porsche into an intersection near the town of Yountville and was hit by a 2014 Jeep.

In a statement, the California Highway Patrol said that no injuries were reported and the 48-year-old driver of the Jeep was not arrested. Drew Hammill, spokesperson for Nancy Pelosi, said:

“The Speaker will not be commenting on this private matter which occurred while she was on the East Coast.”

The House Speaker was in Providence, Rhode Island, on Sunday, where she delivered the commencement address at Brown University. Paul and Nancy have been married since 1963.

According to a report from Newsweek, an attorney for Paul Pelosi, has gone on record stating that his client’s arrest on DUI contains incorrect information about the timeline of events and an alleged prior driving offense.

The unnamed attorney issued the statement on May 30th to Fox News and while the statement challenged previously reported details regarding Paul’s arrest, it did not appear to dispute the arrest or the charges. The statement read:

“Mr. Pelosi was fully cooperative with California Highway Patrol officers who arrived a few minutes later. A prior driving offense erroneously attributed to Mr. Pelosi is untrue and likely refers to another person with the same name.”


That part of the attorney’s statement seemed to contradict NBC Bay Area’s earlier reporting that Paul Pelosi was arrested on a similar charge four years ago.

The attorney said in the statement that Paul Pelosi was attending a dinner party at the home of friends near Oakville, a community in Napa Valley and that he left at 10:15 p.m. to drive home alone, which was only a short distance away. The statement read:

“The incident happened a few minutes later.”

As of this writing, it is still not clear if police have determined that Paul Pelosi was responsible for the crash. Paul Pelosi owns Financial Leasing Services, a Northern California-based real estate and venture capital investment and consulting firm.

Back in February of 2021, Nancy Pelosi put out a press release titled, “No One Is Above The Law,” where she carried on for several paragraphs about the impeachment of Donald Trump. She wrote:

“No one is above the law and the former President must be tried and convicted by the Senate to ensure that no further president ever thinks they can do the same thing and get away with it.

A president must be held accountable from their first day in office until their last day in office. If a president knows he can violate the Constitution at the end of their term and get away with it, it is an invitation to dangerous abuses of power.”

The question now becomes, does the House Speaker believe her husband is above the law? Or will he face the consequences of his actions for breaking the law.

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Unprecedented and extreme power play: Pelosi pushing for bill to enable Biden to control fuel prices

May 14th, 2022

WASHINGTON, DC – House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) is supporting a Democrat-backed bill that will greatly enhance the power of President Joe Biden to control fuel prices within the U.S.

However, it is not clear how prices of imported fuel would be controlled.

The Biden administration has blamed out-of-control fuel prices on Russia’s President Vladimir Putin, calling it “Putin’s price hike.”

Biden also blamed former President Donald Trump, who he recently referred to as “the great MAGA king,” for increasing the deficit.

During her weekly press briefing, Pelosi also blamed U.S. oil corporations for rising fuel prices, claiming that they were exploiting consumers and that gouging them is an actual “part of the business plan of companies.”

At the briefing, Pelosi pushed H.R. 7688, a bill known as the “Consumer Fuel Price Gouging Prevention Act.” Its intention is “to protect consumers from price-gouging of consumer fuels, and for other purposes.”

The bill would allow President Biden to declare an “energy emergency proclamation” and then have the power to regulate prices by stopping fuel companies from selling their products at prices considered to be “unconscionably excessive” and exploitative.


The bill would give President Biden price-control powers that could last months or years due to the renewal clause inserted within it:

“The President may issue an energy emergency proclamation for any area within the jurisdiction of the United States, during which the prohibition in paragraph (1) shall apply, that includes the geographic area covered, the consumer fuel covered, and the time period that such proclamation shall be in effect.”

While the bill states that the proclamation “may not apply for a period of more than 30 consecutive days,” it can “be renewed for such consecutive periods, each not to exceed 30 days, as the President determines appropriate.”

It also includes “a period of time not to exceed 1 week before a reasonably foreseeable emergency.”

Pelosi said:

“Next week on the floor of the House, we will have another piece of our lowering-costs-for-the-American-people legislation for first House Democrats, led by [Washington] Congresswoman [Kim] Schrier and [California] Congresswoman [Katie] Porter introduced the ‘Consumer Fuel Price Gouging Prevention Act.’

“While families are struggling to pay higher prices at the pump, oil and gas companies are recording record profits, with [the] seven largest oil companies announcing buybacks that could total $41 billion this year alone.

“Again and again, we see gas prices rise, sometimes when the cost of oil drops, oil prices drop, and price gouging needs to be stopped. This is a major exploitation of the consumer because this is a product that the consumer must have.

“Again, the Putin tax cut hike at the pump is a part of this, and you would think that the oil companies would compensate for that rather than exploit the opportunity that it — so in this bill, what this bill does [is] — price gouging needs to be addressed, including new tools at the FTC [Federal Trade Commission] to address those abuses.

“Our bill enables the president to issue an energy emergency declaration making it unlawful to increase gas and home energy prices in an exploitative and excessive way, which is part of the business plan of these companies.”

Daily Wire noted:

“Violations of the order would be treated as an unfair or deceptive trade practice, and enforced by the FTC. The bill instructs the FTC to prioritize sellers with total wholesale or retail sales of more than $500 million annually for enforcement.

“The bill also sets up a ‘Consumer Relief Trust Fund’ to deposit fines collected by the FTC while enforcing an energy emergency. Those funds would be distributed to low-income households via the Department of Health and Human Services’ ‘Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program’ and the Department of Energy’s ‘Weatherization Assistance Program.’

“Democrats have continued to press short-term, demand side solutions, such as rebate programs and gas cards, to soaring gas prices, which broke new record highs on Wednesday at $4.40 a gallon, according to AAA.

“The Biden administration has also called for oil companies to increase supply right away. But the administration canceled an enormous oil and gas lease sale in Alaska and two sales under consideration in the Gulf of Mexico Wednesday.”

Are U.S. oil companies responsible for lowering retail fuel prices?

The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, which covers the state of Texas, 26 parishes in northern Louisiana and 18 counties in southern New Mexico, noted on May 10:

 “Even though the price of oil makes up over half of the retail price of gasoline, oil companies play an extremely limited role in how retail gasoline prices are set.

“While U.S. retail gasoline prices in many regions have remained stubbornly high since March, this situation reflects frictions in the retail gasoline market rather than the supply of oil or the price of oil.

“We discuss why, in many regions, pump prices have not fallen as quickly as oil prices have recently and explain why this asymmetry need not be an indication of price gouging.

“Finally, we examine the obstacles to substantially increasing U.S. oil production. We make the case that even under the most favorable circumstances, higher production growth is unlikely to materially lower global oil prices—and, thus, U.S. retail gasoline prices—in the foreseeable future.”

The Federal Reserve Bank also noted that gas retailing involves a complex supply chain and that only 1 percent of service stations in the U.S. are actually owned by companies that also produce oil:

“Before a gallon of gasoline is pumped into a car’s tank, it has traveled through a complex supply chain.

“Independent oil and gas companies—those without refining assets—are responsible for 83 percent of U.S. oil production and about half of the oil consumed in this country.

“Oil is sold in competitive markets at prices reflecting global supply and demand. It is refined into gasoline, diesel and other fuels whose prices are similarly set in competitive markets.

“Fuels are then sent to more than 400 U.S. distribution facilities, from which they are sold and delivered to retailers and end users at another price depending on local conditions.

“Gas station operators set retail prices based on their expected acquisition cost for the next delivery of fuel from the local distributor, federal and state tax rates, and a markup that covers operating expenses, such as rent, delivery charges and credit card fees.

“Since only 1 percent of service stations in the U.S. are owned by companies that also produce oil, U.S. oil producers are in no position to control retail gasoline prices.”

The bank also suggested that the slow decline of fuel prices was not an automatic sign of price gouging:

“Given that crude oil accounts for 59 percent of the cost of gasoline, a 34 percent increase in the price of oil should imply a 20 percent increase in the retail gas price. Likewise, a 22 percent decline in the price of oil should translate to a 13 percent decline in the pump price. However, that did not happen at the national level.”

Through a chart, the bank showed that the spot price of gasoline (the price of gasoline at the refinery gate), as proxied by the prompt contract for New York Mercantile Exchange RBOB gasoline, generally rose and fell with the price of West Texas Intermediate crude oil, and it noted:

“However, the response of U.S. pump prices has been highly asymmetric. While the price of retail gasoline cumulatively rose about as much as expected following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, recent national retail gasoline prices dropped only 6 percent from the March peak, far less than the expected 13 percent.

“This indicates that retail gasoline prices remaining persistently high was not the result of an oil shortage or high oil prices. Rather, the elevated retail gasoline prices must be attributed to events in the U.S. retail gasoline market beyond the control of oil producers.”

The bank further pointed out:

“Moreover, the asymmetry of the response of retail gasoline prices need not be evidence of price gouging. One potential explanation is that station operators are recapturing margins lost during the upswing, when gas stations were initially slow to increase pump prices.

“The reluctance to lower retail prices also likely reflects concerns that oil prices—and, hence, wholesale gasoline prices—may quickly rebound, eating into station profit margins.

“Another possible reason for this asymmetry is consumers’ tendency to more intensively search for lower pump prices as gasoline prices rise than when they decline.

“This diminished search effort provides further pricing power to gas stations, causing prices to fall more slowly than they rose. This has prompted researchers to liken the response of gasoline prices to higher oil prices to a rocket—and the response to lower oil prices to a feather.

“Yet another potential explanation for this asymmetry is that seasonal demand tends to increase as the weather warms, supporting higher retail prices.”

The Federal Reserve Bank also reported that prices do not uniformly change across the country and suggested that “price-reduction policies that treat all regions of the country the same are unlikely to be effective at curing the root causes of the asymmetry in the aggregate retail price response.”

In addition, oil producers are facing difficulties with increasing production. The bank noted:

“Consumers and policymakers often ask what domestic oil producers can do to raise output and lower gasoline prices, especially since producers’ profitability has greatly improved in 2022.

“Because the price of crude oil is determined in global markets, increases in domestic oil production affect the retail price of gasoline only to the extent that they lower global oil prices.

“Many observers point out that oil companies currently hold nearly 9,000 permits to drill on federal lands. But holding 9,000 permits does not equate to 9,000 well locations that are worth drilling, nor would it be possible to churn through that much inventory in a reasonable time frame.

“Data provider Enersection found that since 2015, an average of 1,560 wells have been drilled on federal lands annually, but only 47 percent of federal permits issued were actually utilized. This is because companies tend to acquire permits on the acreage they lease even if they are not certain whether the location is worth developing.”

Producers and service companies are also constrained by labor shortages, rising input costs and supply-chain bottlenecks like other businesses are currently facing.

An industry that lacks experienced staff and materials cannot on short notice substantially increase drilling and production. 

Finally, the bank said that even under the most optimistic view, U.S. production increases would likely add only a few hundred thousand barrels per day above current forecasts:

“This amounts to a proverbial drop in the bucket in the 100-million-barrel-per-day global oil market, especially relative to a looming reduction in Russian oil exports due to war-related sanctions that could easily reach 3 million barrels per day.

“Placing the responsibility to lower retail gasoline prices on shale oil producers is thus unlikely to work, and additional regulation of oil producers is unlikely to lower pump prices.”

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