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Car Crashes Through Barricade In DC, Capitol City on Lockdown, Press Already Set Up In Advance?

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Breaking story out of D.C. this Friday afternoon as a car bust through a barricade, leading to at least one death.

The Capitol City is in lockdown.

But reports on the scene are questioning what is really going on….

Look at this from Richard Citizen Journalist, asking whether the Press were set up in advance?

You can view the whole video safely here on Rumble:

The Dollar Vigilante is already calling it a False Flag attemp:

Is the D.C. Swamp running out of bullets to try and distract us?

These big FF events no longer working?

Here’s more:

And here:

The BBC reports one officer has already been lost:

An attack at the US Capitol complex in Washington DC has left one police officer dead and another in hospital with injuries.

A car crashed into a security barrier before the driver lunged towards the officers with a knife, police said.

The officers opened fire and the suspect, who has not been identified, was shot dead.

The city’s acting police chief has said the attack does not appear to be terrorism-related.

“Whether the attack was at law enforcement, or whoever, we have a responsibility to get to the bottom of it and we’ll do that,” Robert Contee, the acting chief of Washington DC’s Metropolitan Police Department, said at a news conference on Friday.

“It is with a very, very heavy heart that I announce one of our officers has succumbed to his injuries,” Acting Capitol Police Chief Yogananda Pittman said at the conference.

The exact circumstances of the officer’s death are not yet clear.

There is an increased security presence around the Capitol building, where the US Congress sits, and a number of police cars surrounding the area.

The entry point on Constitution Avenue where the vehicle struck the barricade is frequently used by senators and staff.

But Congress is currently in recess, meaning the majority of politicians are not at the Capitol complex today.

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