Let the fact-checking begin! Ray Epps, was charged with disorderly conduct, so everybody just shut up, okay? And don’t you dare suggest there’s something else going on here because Ray Epps was charged! And when you post that meme about Ray Epps being an agent provocateur remember this:
Epps was charged with one count of disorderly or disruptive conduct in a restricted building or grounds, according to a filing from federal prosecutor Michael Gordon.
The court document said Epps did “engage in disorderly and disruptive conduct” at the Capitol with the intent to “in fact impede and disrupt the orderly conduct of Government business and official functions.”
Now, to call this a slap on the wrist is an insult to slaps an wrists. While other people who never entered the capitol and weren’t even in D.C. on January 6th face much larger punishments, Ray Epps get a misdemeanor charge? This Ray Epps?
He’s not a terrorist. He’s not part of any sedition. He’s not part of some kind of conspiracy. He was just charge with a … misdemeanor. So there! That’s the message here. Technically Ray Epps was charged for his part on Jan. 6th. That will be the headline. That’s what the fact-checkers will tee off on. It would be so much funnier if it wasn’t even more proof of a two-tiered justice system. In our opinion. (better add that, right?)