‘Capitol Punishment’ Is the January 6 Film You Must See

Pre-dawn FBI raids were conducted by dozens of armed agents transported in tactical vehicles to terrorize January 6 protesters and their neighbors. Citizens were ratted on by their friends and colleagues. Families were bankrupted and traumatized by the Biden regime’s ongoing crusade to punish hundreds of Americans who protested his unlawful election. People are held behind bars and denied bail based on their political views as trials are delayed far into 2022. And then there was the near point-blank execution of Ashli Babbitt at the hands of a Capitol Police lieutenant, who still is praised as a hero by the media and lawmakers of both parties while facing no criminal consequences for his actions that day.

These are just a few of the alarming stories included in Nick Searcy’s exceptional documentary, “Capitol Punishment.” Searcy, an accomplished actor and film producer, traveled around the country for months talking to Americans ensnared in the Justice Department’s abusive and punitive investigation into the events at the Capitol on January 6, 2021. Interviews include Dr. Simone Gold, Michael Waller, Jack Posobiec, Lt. General Michael Flynn, Representative Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) and Aaron Babbitt, the widow of Ashli Babbitt.

According to the producers, access to the documentary is being suppressed by Big Tech overlords.

Trailer here: Capitol Punishment Official Trailer (imdb.com)

Purchase the film here: Capitol Punishment | Western Journal Movies

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