On Thursday, The Gateway Pundit posted the video below. The video is an eye-witness account of what happened at the Capitol on January 6th. The video also details what happened to Pressley Stutts, a retired Navy Chaplain who attended the Trump rally, following those events. In case you don’t have the patience to watch the video, I have posted highlights of Chaplain Stutts’ story below.
The following summary is from a friend who has followed these events closely:
30 year old Navy Chaplin attended the events on 6 January 2021, in D.C. There have been some things happening to him since the event.
He attended with a group of 200 people from South Carolina. He was on the West steps of the Capital – was invited to be there by someone in police uniforms – not sure who because he did not look further than to verify they were in police uniforms. He arrived after the President had finished his speech. He was about 1/2 up the steps of the Capital steps. The barricades had been removed. He did not go up on the scaffolding. They were chanting “Our House, USA.” Did see tear gas going off to the left. There were people yelling – “No ANTIFA” to people banging the doors and poking the doors – they were dressed in black and grey. His group were getting alerts the Capital has been breached. He believes ANTIFA/BLM were trying to break into the Capital – not the Trump supporters. Believes Trump supporters did go in – thinking they were being invited in because of the police inviting them.
Spent the night in Alexandria and watched the news reports. Got a call the following morning from a talk show host. Got a text from a Congressman to ask him to talk to the FBI after getting home. So he agreed to talk to the FBI voluntarily. They met him at his home. He gave his statement. Things went fine the first 30 minutes, then it turned into an interrogation. He asked if he was under investigation, the FBI agent refused to answer the question, and he then ended the interview. Has not heard from the FBI since mid-January.
When he went on Friday to go to a conference and check in at the airport AA counter. Agent makes some phone calls, 20 minutes later, said was trying to verify who he was. Gave drivers license, military ID, and tickets. Then after 30 minutes, said he had been cleared. Got to the TSA area. 3/4 agents came to him and asked him to have his bags randomly inspected after going through two scanners. Very detailed inspection to include patting him down. Took an hour. Got to the gate and was greeted by another set of TSA agents who told him he was randomly selected to undergo a check – holding the plane until they finished. Had two layovers. At next stop when ready to re-board was selected “randomly” again for a complete check. The next day at the next layover – the exact same thing happened again at the airport.
and the story continues….. he needs to play the lottery winning all these random checks!
I suspect that Chaplain Stutts’ story is not unique. Toward the end of the video, he mentions that some of the people who attended the CPAC gathering in Florida have also been subjected to increased federal scrutiny. Our Department of Justice is no longer an organization that administers justice and investigations on a level playing field.