Why Was Founder Of Far-Left BLM Group Filming Inside Capitol As Police Shot Protester?

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by Tyler Durden
Thursday, Jan 07, 2021 - 06:35 PM

During yesterday's protest in Washington D.C., a Turmp-supporting US Air Force Veteran, Ashli Babbitt, was shot dead by a Capitol Police officer (who has been placed on leave) as she attempted to climb through a broken window to bypass a barricade, along with other Trump supporters.

Filming the incident from behind Babbit, however, was Utah resident John Sullivan - founder of the far-left organization "Insurgence USA" who made headlines in July after he was arrested for intimidating drivers in Provo. Sullivan was interviewed by the Daily Mail and CNN following Wednesday's shooting - both of which failed to provide a satisfactory answer as to why he was there in the first place.

Sullivan told the Mail that "he was not at the Capitol as part of the protest but did not specify what exactly brought him there."

Update: Sent in to ZH tips by reader Tony G.

Meanwhile, Trump supporters physically stopped someone from trying to break into the Capitol Building.

What was Sullivan doing there?