REVEALED: A plainclothes Capitol Police officer discovered the DNC pipe bomb

A Secret Service SUV was parked only about 15-20 feet away from the alleged bomb's location.

The individual who spotted the pipe bomb placed at the Democratic National Committee headquarters in Washington, DC, and discovered on Jan. 6, 2021, was a plainclothes Capitol Police officer, a new report has revealed.

Numerous congressional staffers who are familiar with the probe told Blaze Media that after months of the FBI stonewalling inquiries of various congressional committees, they now know who that person is after they were previously only identified as a “passerby.”

This recently unknown person was seen casually walking to a DC Metropolitan Police vehicle parked in the DNC’s parking ramp driveway near South Capitol St. at 1:05 pm on Jan. 6 to reportedly tell other law enforcement that he had found what seemed to be a pipe bomb. 

He is seen sporting dark clothes and a backpack in leaked footage, initially conversating with an officer on the driver’s side of the patrol car. He then casually strolls around to the car’s passenger side window, where he talks a bit more.

The plainclothes officer then slowly walks over to a black Secret Service SUV in order to speak with the vehicle's occupants. The SUV was notably stopped only about 15-20 feet away from where the alleged bomb was placed.

Another discovery is that this exact vehicle was part of a motorcade that took Vice President-elect Kamala Harris to the DNC building only about 90 minutes earlier. This revelation was not unveiled for a full year.

This is a developing story and will be updated.
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