What Happened to Follow the Money?

What Happened to Follow the Money?
What Happened to Follow the Money of the January 6 Insurrection?

Exactly a year ago, the January 6 committee announced it is investigating the financial aspects of the insurrection. The committee said it intends to uncover the roles of the financiers behind the insurrection as part of its investigative work. Well, yesterday, the ninth committee hearing just veered a 180 degrees and instead disclosed more evidence of Trump’s involvement in the coup attempt. What happened to follow the money trail the committee promised the public in October 2021 it would disclose prior to the mid-terms?

Is it possible its members decided to simply ignore the money behind the insurrection? Fearing it may freeze funding for its campaigns if it went after the wealthy in this country? It simply makes no sense that out of nine hearings, none covered who is behind funding the insurrection. Publicly and transparently.

So why is the January 6 committee hiding in plain sight? Some of the information is already public. On Wikipedia, for crying out loud.

EARLY ON WE KNEW

There was leaked information early on about who partially funded the insurrection. Alex Jones and Julie Jenkins Fancelli were two names who made that list of honor.

Many know Alex Jones because of the legal troubles he is in denying the parents of the Sandy Hook massacre the dignity of bereaving their children. But Fancelli? Who is she? Well, we are glad you are as curious as we are. Julie Jenkins Fancelli, according to Wikipedia, is the heiress to the Publix supermarkets and daughter to its billionaire owner George Jenkins whose net worth is $9 Billions.

According to Wikipedia:

As of December 2021, Fancelli’s donations to events associated with the 2021 United States Capitol attack were revealed to be at least $650,000; the Congressional January 6 commission is still conducting further investigations.[1][14] Fancelli had reportedly planned to attend the “Stop the Steal” rally herself and had booked a room at the Willard hotel, but decided not to travel due to fears about the pandemic.<span class="su-quote-cite"><a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Julie_Fancelli" target="_blank">Wikipedia</a></span>

So why is the January 6 committee hiding in plain sight? Some of the information is already public. On Wikipedia, for crying out loud.

The public should have zero tolerance for hiding the facts because of political convenience and expediency.

IT IS DISTURBING

It is disturbing, to say the least, that the January 6 committee is ignoring the funders behind the January 6 insurrection. Unless, the committee intends to publish that information in its final report, which will be tucked away in its corner in the hope neither the media, nor the public, would disclose or read that information.

Folks, that is not only possible, but highly probable. Down the road that information would leak in books and think tank events but never on a scale for the public to react. Such information, when addressed by the committee, would foster social media reactions and viral possibilities.

In other words, it’s there but the committee may have buried it really deep.

The insurrection of January 6 is such a momentous event in our history that we should not permit anyone to dress it up or down. It’s Pearl Harbor and 9/11 combined. Why? Because it is a domestic matter that threatened the very core of our existence as a vibrant democracy.

If we do not unite to uncover the whole truth, we would be inviting more financiers to step in the future to fund another insurrection. The public should have zero tolerance for hiding the facts because of political convenience and expediency.

What Happened to Follow the Money?

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