A lady from Texas flew by personal jet to sign up with Donald Trump advocates rioting at the U.S. Capitol.
Jenna Ryan, a real estate broker and radio host from Frisco, flew to Washington, D.C. to “storm the Capitol” and posted about the trip on social networks.
” Hopping on a plane heading to DC #MarchToSaveAmerica #stopthesteal,” she wrote in the caption of a photo that shows her beside a jet at United States Trinity Air Travel in Denton, Texas.
On Facebook, Ryan livestreamed the walk to Capitol Hill, saying: “All these working-class individuals taking the week off … We flew here for flexibility. They wish to steal the election, they want to steal whatever.”
The conservative radio host likewise published a photo of herself in front of a damaged window at the Capitol, with the caption: “Window at The capital. And if the news does not stop lying about us we’re going to come after their studios next.”
Later on, she composed on Twitter: “We simply stormed the capital. It was among the very best days of my life.”
Another rioter bragged about participating in the violent protests on Wednesday as Trump supporters tried to stop Congress certifying the outcome of the presidential election.
Jenny Cudd from Midland Texas filmed herself at the scene while draped in a Trump flag in a Facebook video that has been seen more than 3 million times.
” I wish to let you understand what actually occurred today,” Cudd said. “When Pence betrayed us is when we decided to storm the Capitol … We didn’t vandalize anything but we did, as I say that, break down Nancy Pelosi’s office door and somebody stole her gavel and took a picture being in the chair turning off the camera.”
Cudd has because erased the video however it has actually turned up on other social media platforms as many require her arrest.
Five individuals died in the violence, including a U.S. Capitol law enforcement officer. The FBI has launched images of dozens of individuals it wants to interview in connection with the riots.
Forty pictures were published on the FBI’s website– most of which reveal white guys, often using red Trump MAGA hats or draped in the U.S. flag. Numerous were people whose photos had been widely shared on social media, including a man carrying a Confederate flag. A number of those who participated have actually currently been informally determined.