Louie Gohmert Suggests Federal Agents Were Behind Capitol Attack

https://twitter.com/AKA_RealDirty/status/1406238274792927239 Louie Gohmert Suggests Federal Agents Were Behind Capitol Attack https://youtu.be/nCHL2GEO9hw via @YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nCHL2GEO9hw

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