Feds Posing as Trump Supporters Ridiculed at J6 Rally “Setup”

Insurrection narrative collapses as crowd comprised of mostly FBI and media attends “Justice for J6” rally.

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The Justice for J6 rally characterized as a “setup” by former President Donald Trump occurred without incident on Saturday.

That’s because most of the rally attendees in Washington, D.C. weren’t Trump supporters, but undercover FBI agents posing as them.

The event was so overwhelmed with police presence and sparsely attended by real patriots wise to the fact that it was a “set up” as phrased by Trump, that the FBI undercover agents stuck out like a sore thumb.

Members of the media hoping to capture some astroturfed political violence were also present at the rally.

“On Saturday, that’s a setup,” Trump said about the rally on Thursday. “If people don’t show up they’ll say, ‘Oh, it’s a lack of spirit.’ And if people do show up they’ll be harassed.”

Authorities say the rally drew about 700 people and ended without incident save for two arrests.

In fact, one of those arrests happened when the feds mistakenly detained a fellow undercover agent spotted carrying a firearm.

The FBI’s pathetic stunt to entrap Trump supporters into committing political violence was widely mocked on social media.

Watch the mainstream media’s coverage of the “set up” rally:

Washington D.C. is once again a complete police state as they prepare for a protest for the political prisoners of January 6th taking place there this weekend.