Army officials confirmed that they are investigating an Army psychological warfare official on the grounds that the person wanted to lure people more than 300 miles into a Trump rally, which turned into a deadly riot in the Capitol.
Captain Emily Rainey, 30, confirmed to the Associated Press that on Wednesday, she led more than 100 people to Washington, D.C., as part of her North Carolina protest group called Moore County Freedom. Civic organizations.
When her commander at Fort Bragg was reviewing her participation in the rally, Rennie stated that she was fully prepared to move forward-and insisted that her group was not involved in the attack on the Parliament.
The fanatical anti-masker told the Associated Press on Sunday: “I am a private citizen and do all the right things within my authority.”
“I told my boss that I was going before I went, and I told them when I went back.”
She said that her group and most of the people at Wednesday’s rally were “peace-loving and law-abiding people who do nothing but show our First Amendment rights.”
She even shared a video on Facebook, insisting that the rioters were all Antifa, and said: “I don’t know any violent patriots. I don’t know any patriots will smash the image [Capitol]. “
According to Major Daniel Lessard, a spokesperson for the First Special Forces Command, Renee was appointed as a member of Fort Bragg’s Fourth Psychological Action Team.
The organization is called PSYOPS and uses information and misinformation to shape the emotions, decisions, and actions of American opponents.
American soldiers are allowed to participate in non-uniform political organizations and activities, but are prohibited from sponsoring party organizations.
It is unclear whether Rennie’s involvement with her team on Wednesday violated Department of Defense policy.
Rainey posted a video on the Internet in May last year. Before that, she repeatedly pulled off the warning tape on a playground closed under COVID-19 restrictions in North Carolina. headline News.
Police in Southern Pines, a community about 30 miles west of Fort Bragg, accused her of personal injury after warning her in two incidents.
In a Facebook post, Renee referred to her Moore County Liberal Party citizen as a “movement.” In an article in November, the organization boasted of a “peaceful protest” and warned at the time: “They should pray that we stay that way.”