Former Capitol Police Officer Vows to Expose Jan. 6 ‘Cover-Up’

Tarik Johnson, a former Capitol Police Lieutenant with 22 years of service, plans to reveal information uncovering what he describes as a cover-up related to the events of January 6.

Having played a role in securing the certification of the 2020 presidential election, Johnson asserts that individuals flagged by the FBI for intending to disrupt the election process were allowed by U.S. intelligence and security services to storm Congress during the Electoral College proceedings on January 6, 2021.

Despite lacking firearms and practical means to ‘overturn the election’ and causing no fatalities, these individuals were permitted entry into the Capitol building, reportedly with the assistance of Capitol Police officers who held doors open and escorted some of them. Notably, National Guard troops, requested by Donald Trump for election security, were conspicuously absent.

Despite repeated warnings, both the House of Representatives under Speaker Pelosi and the U.S. Senate led by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell took no action to enhance security measures. Former Capitol Police Chief Steven Sund’s concerns were dismissed.

D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser opted against increasing the National Guard presence, and the Pentagon overlooked alerts advocating heightened security for the election certification. A National Guard official later stated that security was intentionally reduced due to concerns about “optics.”

Subsequently, reports surfaced revealing a significant presence of FBI agents, covert police officers, and undercover individuals in video footage seemingly encouraging Trump supporters to head to the Capitol after Donald Trump’s speech.

Trump’s message emphasized peaceful expression of support for the ongoing election challenges in Congress, rather than inciting a riot. This approach aimed to avoid counterproductive outcomes, legal consequences, and offered no support for any violent actions related to his election disputes.

To definitively categorize January 6 as a “set-up” rather than a mere possibility, concrete evidence from an insider with access to classified information, such as a Capitol Police officer, FBI agent, or Congressional staffer, has been missing.

Former Capitol Police Lieutenant Tarik Johnson has emerged as a key figure in this regard. His recent statements suggest a potential unveiling of the cover-up surrounding January 6.

Johnson is actively adhering to proper protocols and channels to disclose what he deems as vital information that the American public deserves to be informed about.

Johnson pointed the J6 evidence he was attempting to release calling it a 12 hour video from the “Main Ops 1.” He requested the Capitol Police Chief J. Thomas Manger review the footage for “any security issues.”

Political analyst J Michael Waller offered commentary in response.

This undoubtedly heightens the stakes for Johnson’s upcoming release of the J6 footage next week.