MARK LEVIN (HOST): We're on with Julie Kelly, American Greatness. Julie, you raised the issue here that the Proud Boys, really the direction's gone out to kind of become part of the crowd, don't stand out. And yet, we have these individuals with these orange fluorescent winter caps on in the middle of what, the summer? Or the fall -- but I think it was the summer -- or November, whenever. And so -- January 6th, and they're wearing these hats, and they stand out. And people are wondering, okay, what happened to these people? How come none of them have been charged? How come none of them are actually even known? Who are they? And so, that's -- that's the neon-hatted Proud Boys you talk about.
And then you you talk about the Oath Keepers, that the founder, Stewart Rhodes, is person one in every indictment, but he hasn't been charged at all. And so, you're raising the question that Philip Bump at The Washington Post and Maggie Haberman at the New York Times that none of these people will ask, which is -- and you're leading to the point -- was this attack on the Capitol building instigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation on January 6? Was it instigated?