Janurary 6
Wonder how many FBI agents or informants were dressed as Trump supports
There are only 40 on the FBI most wanted list of:

Terrorists, Child abusers, Drug Kings, Corruption of Politicians,Smuggler's, murderers, kidnapping, robbers, Violent Crime, Scammers, Chinese, Russians, Organized Crime, etc., list is very small compared to the Jan 6 wanted list, of over 1,000 pictures. Some are duplicated of the same person but not most.
Capitol "Violence" Images
FBI, Homeland Security ignored ‘massive amount’ of intelligence before Jan. 6, Senate report says
FBI lost count of how many paid informants were at Capitol on Jan. 6, and later performed audit to figure out exact number: ex-official
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     Websters 1828 Dictionary

INSURREC'TION, noun [Latin insurgo; in and surgo, to rise.]

1. A rising against civil or political authority; the open and active opposition of a number of persons to the execution of a law in a city or state. It is equivalent to sedition, except that sedition expresses a less extensive rising of citizens. It differs from rebellion, for the latter expresses a revolt, or an attempt to overthrow the government, to establish a different one or to place the country under another jurisdiction. It differs from mutiny, as it respects the civil or political government; whereas a mutiny is an open opposition to law in the army or navy. insurrection is however used with such latitude as to comprehend either sedition or rebellion.

It is found that this city of old time hath made insurrection against kings, and that rebellion and sedition have been made therein. Ezra 4:19.

2. A rising in mass to oppose an enemy. [Little Used.]
Cambridge Dictionary
an organized attempt by a group of people to defeat their government and take control of their country, usually by violence:

EXCLUSIVE: Jan. 6 Capitol Hill Security Footage Challenges Key Narratives