A corporal with the Arkansas State Police attended the pro-Trump rally that preceded the deadly attack on the Capitol last Wednesday. And in a Facebook video discussing the event, the law-enforcement officer accuses D.C. police of busing in anti-fascists to quell the riots—a disproven myth that D.C. police deny.
She also appeared to cast doubt on the authenticity of bombs police said were found in Washington.
Around 4:30 p.m. on Jan. 6, while police were clearing the last of the rioters from the Capitol building, Clark uploaded a Facebook video from what appeared to be a hotel room. In it, she described the events of the day, in which she said she had unknowingly entered “an area that was off limits,” although she denied entering the Capitol, itself. She proceeded to accuse the city’s police force of using anti-fascists to “clear downtown.”
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