January 12, 2021
Editor’s Note: In January 2013 Scott DeLarm reported to MHB his observations and photos from his visit to Newtown in the wake of the Sandy Hook massacre event, which were published as “An Inquisitive Couple’s Visit to Newtown Connecticut.” Mr. Delarm presently lives in Texas with his spouse, who accompanied him to the January 6th rally and Capitol Building event.
I am confident that the event at the capital in DC on the 6th was a false flag event. Here is why.
My partner and I traveled 1,300 miles for the rally. We got into town early on the 6th. We had no clue where to park. There were people everywhere. I was passing a one way street and saw some open parking about 3 vehicles down from the street I was on. I ignored the one way sign and went the wrong way down the street, turned around and parked.
We walked to the rally at the White House from there. Hundreds of thousands of folks were present. It was a festival like atmosphere. There was music, some folks smoking some weed and some consuming alcohol, yet nobody was rowdy. They were just having a good time, but folks were also there intent on having the elected officials hear their voice.