Shirtless man with buffalo-horned hat and face paint who stormed Capital Building identified


Several individuals involved in the storming of the US Capitol may or may not have had ulterior motives, according to several sources and lawmakers.

US Congressman Matt Gaetz, who currently represents the westernmost district of the Florida Panhandle, claimed there was “some pretty compelling evidence from a facial recognition company showing that some of the people who breached the Capitol today were not Trump supporters, but were masquerading as Trump supporters, and in fact were members of the violent terrorist group Antifa.”

“Now we should seek to build America up, not tear her down and destroy her,” the Republican added as he spoke to the House of Representatives, “I was just glad that for at least one day I did not hear my Democrat colleagues calling to defund the police.”

Elsewhere, a retired military officer told the Washington Times that the XRVision facial recognition firm utilized its software to identify at least two members of Philadelphia’s Antifa chapter.

According to the Daily Mail, Fox News host Laura Ingraham stated that she was not convinced that the agitators who breached the Capitol Building defense line did not have ulterior motives.

“Actions we saw today do not represent this movement,” she told her viewers. “The Washington Times is reporting today that at least two Antifa were spotted in the crowd.”

The questionable individual at the forefront was conspiracy theorist Jake Angeli, who sat in Vice President Mike Pence’s chair after a group of protesters made it into the Capitol building.

Known as the “Q Shaman,” the Native American headdress-wearing individual has been spotted at both left and right-wing events, and has spoken of QAnon, an unknown individual who claims to be exposing an international pedophile ring.

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