First appearing to escort the horn wearing man now known as the Q Shaman into the Senate on January 6, a single police officer, mask hanging loose around his face, calmly asked the protesters to leave the Senate wing, informing them “this is like the sacredest [sic] place.”
After left wing agitators who attended the protest claimed that police willingly let them into the hallowed grounds of the U.S. Capitol, video has surfaced showing a single police officer ask the infamous Q Shaman and other protesters to leave the area.
The video shows the Q Shaman enter the room, audibly growling with approval over the day’s events, before a uniformed police officer is seen walking in immediately behind him, almost appearing to escort the mystic into the Senate.
“F**kin hey, man. Great to see you guys, you guys are f**kin patriots,” said the Q Shaman.
The officer, who fussed with his face mask throughout the video, began by asking a man sitting on the floor if he needed medical attention. The man indicated he was fine, but was shot with what he believed to be a crowd control projectile.
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“Any chance I could get you guys to leave the Senate wing?” the officer finally asked.
Another protester informed the officer that they will leave in their own time, and that he’s “Been makin’ sure they ain’t disrespectin’ the place.”
With his nose sticking out over his mask, the officer then informed the protesters, “Okay, well, just wanna let you guys know, this is like the sacredest [sic] place.”
The Q Shaman is seen skulking around the room throughout the brief video.