No publication in America has done more to uncover and expose the truth about what happened on January 6, 2021, than the Gateway Pundit. In addition to their weekly coverage of the DC prisoners, they’ve also created a website American Gulag, to provide status updates on January 6th political prisoners and share links where individuals can donate to help with the defense funds of individual political prisoners.

Fox News host Tucker Carlson is one of the few high-profile media personalities to highlight the irregularities that took place on January 6th and the alleged FBI’s involvement in the planning and implementation of the so-called January 6 Capitol “insurrection.”

Here’s Tucker Carlson’s most recent segment about FBI National Security Branch Executive Assistant Director Jill Sanborn’s appearance before the US Senate Judiciary Committee where Senator Ted Cruz questioned her about the intelligence agency’s role in the “insurrection.” Like millions of Americans, Senator Cruz wants to know who Ray Epps is and what his role was on January 6th. Was he a federal agent or informant?  In his powerful monologue, Tucker also called out the Democrat’s dirty January 6th “investigation” committee or witch hunt mob and the dirty tricks they’re playing as a way to frame and blame President Trump for the January 6th incident.

Yesterday, the Gateway Pundit uncovered another incredible piece of information provided to him by Micajah Jackson, an Arizona resident accused of: Knowingly Entering or Remaining in any Restricted Building or Grounds Without Lawful Authority Violent Entry and Disorderly Conduct on Capitol Grounds

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Micajah Jackson pleaded guilty to one charge n November — parading, demonstrating, or picketing in the Capitol Building.  His sentencing is scheduled for February 25, 2022.

Jackson, who has a Twitter account under the name of JFK Report, posted a video that he took in the parking lot of a shopping center, where he confronted a man he identifies as “Luke Phillip Robinson,” who, according to Robinson, has been removed from the FBI’s list of “Most Wanted” list in relation to the “Capitol Violence.”

The image below is a screenshot allegedly showing the FBI’s suspect #343, aka “Ginger Gun,” who reportedly was wanted by the FBI for carrying a gun inside the Capitol on Jan. 6th.

Curiously, a screenshot from the FBI website that lists images in chronological order of suspects who have each been assigned a number shows suspect #343 or (#GingerGun) has been removed from their website.

According to Micajah Jackson, he was able to piece together Robinson’s identity thanks to the far-left rag, Daily Beast, that recently published a “gotcha” piece on the January 6th protester who allegedly was carrying a gun inside the Capitol building:

From the Daily Beast article:

A man seen carrying a handgun on the steps of the Capitol during the Jan. 6 insurrection is a far-right Arizona activist involved in spreading COVID-19 misinformation.

The vast majority of those at the Capitol during the insurrection was not carrying any visible firearms. By contrast, Robinson is one of the few people at the Capitol on Jan. 6 who can be seen armed with a gun tucked onto his right hip in footage from the riot.

Robinson has not been charged with a crime.

When asked whether the FBI had interviewed Robinson in connection with the poster, a spokesperson said the bureau’s policy prohibits it from commenting on ongoing investigations and directed questions to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Washington, D.C.

On Friday, the Gateway Pundit received a tip from a reader named George:

“I’m sure you’re aware of Micajah Jackson; he’s one of Arizona’s persecuted J6 protestors. He just confronted another guy who got removed from the FBI’s most-wanted list and had a gun inside the Capitol.”

The Guy who got removed from the FBI’s most-wanted list is Luke Phillip Robinson.

The Gateway Pundit shared videos posted by Jackson on Twitter. The video shows Jackson and his friend confronting Robinson in the shopping mall parking lot where he was attempting to sell a bike he listed for sale to the public on an unnamed website.

“Ten days after the FBI came to my house, I met Luke on April 3, 2021. And two weeks ago, I found out Luke Robinson was removed from the FBI’s Most Wanted List,” Jackson said. He asked, “Are you cooperating with the FBI?” They’ve only removed three names from the FBI list; they removed Ray Epps—they removed you—.”

In the video, Jackson asks Luke Phillip Robinson, who was accused of having a firearm and earpiece at the Capitol, if he is “cooperating with the FBI?” Robinson refuses to answer.

“Who were you talking to?’ Jackson specifically asks Robinson, “Did you make a deal with the feds to spy on me?

Jackson offers help to Robinson and tells him they’re praying for him, saying they just want answers about why he’s being questioned while Robinson, who allegedly had a gun at the Capitol, has disappeared from the FBI’s “Wanted” list.

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An investigation by The Daily Beast based on research provided by anti-insurrection activists has identified Luke Philip Robinson as the individual in FBI poster number 343 soliciting tips about a man seen at the Capitol on Jan. 6.

The Daily Beast includes a link to a YouTube video showing an anti-COVID mandate gathering in Arizona that’s only been viewed 1,200 times. What’s most curious about their investigation is that Robinson appears only briefly in the video at the 1:26:33 mark. In the video, Luke Phillip Robinson is seen engaging in conversation with a member of the audience who is wearing a camo hat. At one point, it appears that Robinson and the man in the camo hat are mocking the AZ governor candidate speaker as they both look like they’re laughing at him. Robinson is asked to sign a petition at the event. He appears to decline the offer as the woman with the petition walks away.

The man in the camo hat is taping the entire event. He is seen moving his camera to catch animated audience members like a woman in the front row holding a child in her arms. Is he taping the far-right candidate’s comments about using the militia to defend the border, or is he taping the response to his remarks?

 In their curiously updated article on Thursday, the Daily Beast claims that “activists” outed Robinson to them. Do right-wing activists typically share tips with one of the most far-left publications in America?

From the Daily BeastThe activists who initially identified Robinson—and have asked to remain anonymous—spent weeks scouring public records and open sources to find the man’s name seen in FBI wanted posters.

Somehow, the Daily Beast sleuths were able to identify Robinson in an unremarkable event that was live-streamed on September 24, 2o21. Even more curiously, after all of their hard work, the Daily Beast never followed up on the Robinson story they bragged about breaking. Did they ever bother to check on his status on the FBI website and see that his name was missing, or did that not fit their narrative about “finding the armed man” at the Capitol on Jan 6th?

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