Christopher Wray doesn’t have the “percentage” of arrests that have been made over the Capitol Siege that were even remotely connected to “white supremacy” because sharing the true figure with the public would debunk the ridiculous narrative being spun by the media.
“Although I don’t have the percentage for you, the attackers on January sixth included a number — and the number keeps growing as we build out our investigations — of what we would call militia violent extremism,” Wray said. “And we have had some already arrested who we would put in the category of racially motivated violent extremism, white as well. Those would be the categories so far that we’re seeing as far as January sixth.”
What’s more, Wray said, racist extremism was a significant part of the FBI’s work overall. (A report from the Department of Homeland Security released in October made a similar point.) …”
As of last week, more than 250 people have been charged.
To the best of my knowledge, only Baked Alaska, Loulz, Riley June Williams, Christian Secor and one other Groyper have been arrested. Baked and Loulz were there livestreaming and chasing content. The actual motivation for all five of them being in Washington, DC on January 6th at the “Stop the Steal” rally was also supporting Donald Trump and Nick Fuentes, not “white supremacy.” The overwhelming majority of people who have been arrested over the Capitol Siege are just ordinary Trump supporters.
If anything is true, “white supremacists” are underrepresented among the people who have been arrested at the Capitol Siege because most undoubtedly had no interest in going to DC in the middle of winter to attend a Donald Trump rally with other dead enders which was certain to change nothing.