According to the videos first posted and reported by American Gulag, the three- or four-person team uses standard military/federal agency tactics and is dressed in pseudo-civilian clothing that includes military-style gear that one would not normally wear to a political rally, which Trump held the day of the breach.
The site notes:
In this video, a black-hooded man carries an Asian woman dressed in red onto the window sill on the west side of the Capitol Building. (video in slow motion) An individual wearing military-issued glasses, a black mask, black earmuffs, and a green military-style fleece cap checks this occurrence and is pointed out at the end of this video.
The Asian woman motions to someone in the crowd and stomps her feet along with the drumbeat. Though she acts inconspicuously, she gradually kicks her foot back more aggressively. She attempts to knock out the window and fails.
"Within minutes, the individual in the green cap, black eyeglasses, and black mask motions for a man in a black helmet with an asp to proceed forward, striking the window," the outlet continues. "A man in a white Haines mask, camouflage ball cap, and sunglasses fixes his gaze on the scene, speaking and motioning as well."
Here is the series of videos:
Initially, witness accounts of the breach that day said that Antifa-aligned actors were largely responsible for whipping up the crowd and encouraging otherwise peaceful, honest people to break the law and storm the Capitol.
But as American Gulag notes, the breach depicted in these videos is different and unique.
"The triangular formation between the main actors is a common strategy in military law enforcement. Antifa members generally wear black and multiple backpacks, but this clothing is inconspicuous. The woman who assists the man with the asp wears attire similar to that issued in the Army or CIA," the site reports.
Also, the 'team' behaves differently. While many defendants who took part in the day's actions were taking selfies and texting friends and relatives, the team in the video, and in particular the Asian woman, remain focused on the crowd, slowly taking video as if to identify people involved. And instead of using blatant force, she attempts to blend in with the crowd while acting covertly to aid the breach. And the communication between the team is mostly done with eye contact, not speech.
There's more: Here is a video of a woman using a walkie-talkie around the same time the woman with the green cap is coordinating. Are the two coordinating with the man who has the asp?
Again, why would someone bring a walkie-talkie device to a political rally? She could have done so to coordinate with friends or family in case they were separated, but aren't cell phones a better way to do that? The presence of radio communications indicates government involvement; secure radio transmissions that otherwise could not be traced by electronic means (such as a subsequent congressional investigation by responsible Republicans trying to get to the bottom of what really happened that day).
This evidence is only the latest to support the claim that the Democrat-run deep state created a false flag to entrap Trump.
J. Michael Waller, an expert in covert operations for propaganda, political warfare, psychological warfare and subversion who was at the Capitol that day, wrote about what he saw in a piece for The Federalist a week after the breach:
Again, these observations come from someone specifically trained in creating false flags, essentially, so he would know one when he saw one.
And he saw one on Jan. 6, 2021.
Trump's reelection was stolen from him, and then the deep state conspired to finish him off politically with a false flag operation. Anyone who doubts these facts is just being partisan.