Jan 6 attendee confronts suspected FBI informant in parking lot: You were at riot with ‘gun and earpiece’

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January 6th protester Micajah Jackson, who was charged with violently entering the Capitol Building and demonstrating, confronted an Arizona man named Luke Robinson, aka “Ginger Gun,” who allegedly had a weapon that day but was later dropped from the FBI’s “Most Wanted” list.

Jackson was arrested in May of 2021. He pleaded guilty to parading, demonstrating, or picketing in the Capitol Building and is set to be sentenced on February 25, 2022.

Robinson was allegedly number 343 on the list until he was mysteriously removed. For some unknown reason a person who reportedly had a gun that day is now no longer wanted by the FBI and people want answers over it. He was also potentially wearing an earpiece, according to Jackson.

In video posted to Twitter via The JFK Report, Jackson is seen confronting Robinson in a parking lot.

“We knew you were at the Capitol and we weren’t sure if you had an earpiece on and a firearm. Man, you had a firearm on federal property, that’s serious stuff. I got charged with a misdemeanor for parading and picketing and that’s a firearm man. I met you ten days after the FBI came to my house on April 3rd,” Jackson said.

Robinson then started loading a bike into a pickup truck.

“I mean, what’s going on man? Alright… Yeah, what’s with the earpiece at the Capitol? Who were you talking to?” Jackson asked. He would go on to ask Robinson multiple times who he was speaking to and never got an answer.

Jackson expressed concern for Robinson and advised him to get a good attorney. He asked if he was cooperating with the FBI. Robinson would not answer any of the questions saying he’d rather not talk about it.

Robinson and Ray Epps have both been removed from the FBI’s “Most Wanted” list with no explanation. The FBI first solicited tips concerning Robinson as the man in its #343 poster in May of 2021. He was removed from the poster with his identification number and picture in September.

The Daily Beast did a deep dive into Robinson as well. According to the liberal media outlet, Robinson was seen armed with a gun, carrying it on his right hip in footage from the riot.

So far, Robinson has not been charged with a crime.

The media outlet asked the FBI if they had interviewed Robinson concerning the weapon. A spokesperson claimed that the bureau’s policy prohibits them from commenting on ongoing investigations and directed questions to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Washington, D.C.

A spokesperson for the US Attorney’s Office said in a statement to the Daily Beast, “We typically do not comment on cases or investigations beyond what is publicly stated or submitted to the Court. We have no comment for your report.”

Robinson refused to answer questions from the outlet.

Footage of the Arizona protester on Jan. 6 allegedly shows the distinctive grip and magazine of a coyote tan SIG Sauer P230 handgun that was sticking out of his pants beneath a denim jacket.

Robinson has also been videoed at numerous anti-mask events in Arizona and attempting to disrupt a school board meeting.

All of which begs the question of why he is no longer of interest to the FBI. Some are asserting he is a plant, others just want to know why he won’t answer questions about his involvement with the agency.

There’s a lot of distrust out there over Jan. 6 and a lot of unanswered questions:

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