Trump Capitol Rally Jan 6th Funded By Julie Jenkins Fancelli Publix Super Markets Heiress, Says WSJ
The Wall Street Journal is pointing the finger of who financed the Trump Terrorist Rally that led to the insurrection attempt January 6th, at Julie Jenkins Fancelli, heiress to the Publix Super Market chain.

The blockbuster report says that Fancelli committed $300,000 and that paid for most of the $500,000 cost of the event.

Alex Jones was said to have asked Ms. Fancelli for the money. The political vlogger also helped organize and publicize the event.

Also, Donald Trump himself helped tell the public about the January 6th event, saying it would be “wild”. That, even as a Trump campaign representative told the Wall Street Journal that it had no role in financing or organizing the rally held at the Ellipse in Washington D.C.

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