The Department of Justice finally admitted to running secretive “commandos” during the Jan. 6th protests on the Capital building.
Four Trump supporters died that day, including two women who were killed by Capitol Hill police during the protests: Ashley Babbitt and Rosanne Boyland.
Jeffrey A. Rosen was the acting Attorney General at the time, and he decided to deploy the DOJ troops without any formal request from Capitol Police, the Metropolitan Police Department, or the Secret Service.
DOJ and FBI leadership acted independently without any external request from any agency.
The commandos were allegedly given “shoot to kill” orders.
As usual, the truth always has a way of slipping out.
“Conspiracy theories” always end up actually being spoilers.