Antifa rioter charged for storming the Capitol became CNN special guest
While the Democrats are preparing a second impeachment of Donald Trump due to the fact that his supporters attacked the Capitol, one of the leaders of Antifa was arrested because he was an active participant in the illegal entry into the Capitol building.
The FBI has identified the riot participant as 26-year-old John Earle Sullivan. After the arrest, the defendant admitted that he had infiltrated the MAGA crowd and together with them burst into the building through the broken window.
“SULLIVAN also stated that he was at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021, when scores of individuals entered it. SULLIVAN stated he was wearing a ballistic vest and gas mask while there. He showed the interviewing agent the ballistic vest. He further stated that he entered the U.S. Capitol with others through a window that had been broken out. SULLIVAN stated he followed the crowd as the crowd pushed past U.S. Capitol Police and followed the crowd into the U.S. Capitol,” the affidavit says.
CNN guest ... https://t.co/QCgeHsWI3Y— Cerno (@Cernovich) January 14, 2021
Sullivan is the leader of a BLM offshoot called Insurgence USA. This organization was founded after the death of George Floyd.
BLM inc. threatening to “rip the president out of the White House”— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) August 29, 2020
They say they won’t wait until the next election.
They’re openly calling for a revolution.
This is domestic terrorism on full display, out in the open. They don’t even try to hide it. pic.twitter.com/OyhNSzBEwu
CNN, which praises various terrorist organizations like BLM and Antifa, happily invited Sullivan to air.