The mainstream media has attempted to present the events of the Capitol riot of January 6 as an “insurrection.” The media has attempted to promulgate a straightforward narrative in which so-called “right-wing extremists” stormed the Capitol, and it has bent over backward to completely ignore the overwhelming evidence which contradicts that narrative.

Yet more such evidence has recently emerged. The leader of one anti-Trump group has recently claimed that BLM helped him to storm the Capitol.

The Boogaloo Bois Team Up With BLM

Those who have been paying attention know well by now that John Sullivan, a BLM activist who stood near Ashli Babbitt at the moment when she was shot and killed by Capitol police, has been arrested for his involvement in inciting the riot of January 6.

It’s also well-known that members of Antifa and BLM were present in the crowds of Trump supporters who showed up to Washington that day to support the former president in his belief that election officials committed election fraud to his detriment. There is even video of police ushering crowds past barricades and into the Capitol building.

Eyewitness reports also say that when Trump supporters were able to catch BLM or Antifa infiltrators and hand them over to DC police, the police promptly released them and allowed them to return to making mischief. John Solomon’s FOIA requests to the DC police for further information about the riot have also been denied, leading to further suspicions that the police may have been involved.

But in addition to all of this, it seems that another group — the Boogaloo Bois — may have had a role in the mayhem as well.

The Boogaloo Bois have been described by the mainstream media as a far-right extremist group. This is utterly inaccurate, however, as the Boogaloo Bois have a wide variety of political opinions. The only thing that appears to unite them is their shared belief that a violent revolution or civil war must happen to topple the government. For this reason, they have found common ground with left-wing groups like Antifa and BLM, and have joined them in their volatile and violent activities.


According to Reuters, BLM and the Boogaloo Bois may have actually coordinated to spark violence on January 6.

What May Have Happened

Confirmation of this comes from the fact that Matt Dunn, a Boogaloo Bois leader in Virginia, said that “three or four groups of loyalists” whom he commanded helped storm the Capitol.

Dunn tweeted that the Boogaloo Bois have “4 fireteams inside the Capitol and 7 more outside.” He said that the purpose of the teams is to “revel in the breaches of security while mocking the defenses that protect tyrants… whether that be Trump or others.”

Dunn made these statements while talking to Jason Charter, a man known to have been involved with BLM and Antifa in the D.C. area. Dunn has also appeared at gun rights protests along with BLM members and Black Panthers, indicating that the groups may be coordinating.

And as Dunn’s calling Trump a “tyrant” indicates, the media’s simplistic narrative about what really happened on January 6 is almost definitely false.