New J6 Tapes Show Capitol Police Guiding ‘Q-Anon Shaman’

Newly leaked surveillance clips from the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021 have uncovered that police inside the building offered Jacob Chansley, more widely known as the ‘Q-Anon Shaman,’ what appeared to be a VIP treatment. Fox News host Tucker Carlson’s team dug through over 40,000 hours of video from that day and on Monday published never-before-seen video of Chansley’s trip to the Capitol.

A viewing of the below clip shows Chansley being led around the Capitol building by law enforcement, with cops even attempting to open locked doors for him in the Senate chamber.

As Carlson noted, at least 9 officers on the scene made no attempt to stop Chansley from walking around the building. “Not one of them tried to slow him down.”

Another moment that can be observed in the clip featured Chansley praying for the capitol police.

“Thank you Heavenly Father for taking the inspiration needed to these police officers to allow us in this building,” Chansley stated on the Senate floor.

“Chansley understood that Capitol Police were his allies,” noted Carlson.

Chansley was sentenced to almost 4 years in prison after he entered the Capitol on that fateful day. Carlson noted that this length of punishment is “far more time than many violent criminals now receive.”

Prosecutors on the case tried to get even more prison time for Chansley, The Wall Street Journal reported.

Another clip played by Tucker Carlson during the reveal showed surveillance footage of then-Police Officer Brian Sicknick walking in the Capitol after media outlets such as CNN had falsely claimed he was murdered after being beaten by protestors on Jan. 6, 2021.

“Officer Brian Sicknick died after being hit in the head with a fire extinguisher during the fight,” CNN ‘reporter’ Anderson Cooper told viewers at the time.

Fox News reported that once it became apparent that CNN’s account of the matter was blatantly false, the network went curiously quiet.

As he wrapped up the segment, Carlson asked an insightful question likely shared by many:

“If [Chansley] was in fact committing such a grave crime, why didn’t the officers standing right next to him place him under arrest?”