FBI affidavit against BLM activist John Sullivan alleges he damaged government property and inciting violence during the 6 January 2021 attack
Just as the Russiagate scandal was initially portrayed by Democrats in the press and politics as being a Trump-Russia connection (but ended being proven as both a Christopher Steele/Hillary Clinton/Russian connection and a Stephan Halper/China/Russia connection), it seems that several BLM members have been caught up in the 6 January attack on the Capitol. One central person who was arrested, released, and arrested is John Sullivan (who not only documented the capitol siege on video, but also provided chat logs on how he and others encouraged the violence.
Jake Angeli of the 6 January 2021 Capitol invasion had BLM connections
12 News has documented Angeli at numerous rallies, marches and events throughout the past year, ranging from Trump rallies to BLM marches. At these events, he claims to be part of QAnon and is usually shouting about conspiracy theories, with a sign that says “Q Sent Me.”
(Read more at KVOA)
Antifa activist Daniel Alan Baker arrested for plotting to murder Trump supporters
The Gateway Pundit reports that an Antifa activist plotted the murder of Trump supporters by using Soros money.
Antifa supporter Daniel Alan Baker was arrested for plotting to murder Trump supporters and police on Inauguration Day.
He trained in Syria in 2017 with the YPG, was featured on VICE, and in 2020 participated in the CHAZ insurrection in Seattle, per DOJ documents.
Jack Posobiec broke the story Friday.
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Baker posted links to CNN on his “Call to Arms” to kill Trump supporters and police officers on Inauguration Day.
Daniel Alan Baker wanted to stockpile AK-47s and build bombs in CHAZ district in Seattle to start “the revolution.”
Tallahassee WCTV had more on the arrest:
Tallahassee resident Daniel Baker was arrested Friday.
Federal law enforcement alleges he encouraged violence against protesters expected to hold demonstrations at the Capitol starting Sunday.
US Attorney for Florida’s Northern District Lawrence Keefe told us earlier this week, law enforcement had been working to identify threats before they manifested.
“Trying to detect, disrupt and dismantle any coordinated efforts to attack any capital,” said Keefe.
Baker, a former US Army infantryman, took part in a number of last summer’s protests against police brutality according to the affidavit.
The criminal complaint included Daniel Baker saying he received Soros money and he will be offering cash rewards for information on Trump supporters in his video.
Baker also offers cash rewards to any of his followers who send him information on Trump supporters at the US Capitol protest and riots.
(Read the criminal complaint filed against Daniel Alan Baker in PDF format at the Gateway Pundit)
Protester with Confederate flag in US Capitol Arrested in Delaware with His Son
The Gateway Pundit reports that an Antifa activist came down the stairs with the Confederate flag-bearing Democrat and his son.
In this photo Kevin Seefried was pictured with Antifa rioter Aaron Mostofsky, a registered Democrat, on the stairs in the US Capitol.
Kevin Seefried and his son Hunter were arrested Thursday in Delaware. Kevin Seefried was pictured in the White House carrying a Confederate flag during the riots.
Kevin and Hunter Seefried were within a group of people that had a confrontation with police at the U.S. Capitol and who “verbally confronted” U.S. Capitol Police.
There is one Kevin Seefried listed in Delaware. He is listed a registered Democrat.
We have not confirmed this.
The Hill reported:
Kevin Seefried, the man pictured carrying the Confederate flag into the Capitol during last week’s riot, was arrested on Thursday in Delaware.
Seefried was arrested for his participation in the deadly Capitol riot that occurred last Wednesday, two law enforcement officers told The New York Times.
The FBI’s Washington field office sent out a tweet on Sunday asking the public for any information they had on the man carrying the Confederate flag during the Capitol raid.
(Read more at the Gateway Pundit)
You cannot tell me that one flag-waving radical would be side-by-side with another radical just by coincidence
At least from outside evidence, it would seem that these guys might be associated with an Antifa or BLM organization that planned this attack.
Aaron Mostofsky, son of Brooklyn judge, charged for role in Capitol riot
The New York Post informs us how Antifa member Aaron Mostofsky has been charged for his role in the Capitol invasion.
The fur-loving son of a prominent Brooklyn judge touted his “caveman” getup to a pal during the US Capitol riots last week — but was dismayed to learn his photo was turned into a viral meme, according to new court papers.
The feds took the unusual step of including the Instagram post in their filing that charges Aaron Mostofsky, 34, with four counts in the deadly protests at the nation’s capital, including theft of government property, illegal entry into a restricted area and disorderly conduct.
In papers unsealed on Tuesday, authorities said Mostofsky blabbed about heading down to DC on social media, including telling a pal he was trying to meet up with at the rally, “If we find each other look for a guy looking like a caveman.”
He was captured in a video taken by The Post inside the Capitol building dressed in fur pelts and toting a walking stick — as well as wearing a bulletproof vest and carrying a riot shield belonging to the US Capitol Police, according to the statement of facts.
Photos were also taken of Mostofsky that day — one of him with a deer-in-headlights expression that was turned into a meme stating, “IMAGINE COMING OFF 10 HITS OF ACID AND U LOOK AROUND AND UR IN THE US CAPITOL LIKE S–T.”
After obtaining a search warrant for Mostofsky’s Instagram account, the FBI found that someone sent him the meme, writing, “Your famous.”
“IK unfortunately,” Mostofsky allegedly replied, using shorthand for “I know.” “Now people actually know me.”
During the same conversation, Mostofsky wrote of his presence at the Capitol, saying, “But it was like I’m here now how did I get there.”
(Read more at the New York Post)
Although only the Gateway Pundit identifies Mostofsky as Antifa, a lot of the Antifa/BLM members just seem to be looking for a cause
As the charges against those who attacked the Capitol progress, it is odd how the press narrative seems to be shifting back and forth like a bowl of Jell-O salad in an earthquake. First, they want to back up the Democrat’s impeachment line by maintaining (as Vox initially did and the New York Times echoed) that the words of President Trump prompted the actions of the invaders of the Capitol. Next, the press went to establish how (according to Vox) this riot had originated before Trump’s speech when right-wing elements reached out to one another online.
While some in the press have come to recognize that the claims of online conspiracy prior to 6 January 2021 undercuts the impeachment narrative, other media just seem intent on painting the participants of the Capitol invasion as being fully right-wing (rather than a mixture of left and right-wing elements).
In order to not make that mistake myself, maybe I should point out that a 70-year-old like Lonnie Coffman could be either a 60’s-era liberal or a staunch conservative. However, as shared by the Birmingham Real-time News, tools like guns take more than a day to procure and components like home-made napalm take a while to create. As the Birmingham Real-time News puts it:
The 70-year-old Alabama man arrested during the Capitol riot is now among 13 people who have been charged federally.
Lonnie Coffman is charged with possession of an unregistered firearm (destructive device) and carrying a pistol without a license. Authorities contend that Coffman’s vehicle contained 11 Molotov cocktail explosive devices and guns.
“The lawless destruction of the U.S. Capitol building was an attack against one of our Nation’s greatest institutions,” said Acting U.S. Attorney Michael Sherwin.
Coffman has no prior arrests in Alabama and does not appear to have any social media presence. Law enforcement officials in Cullman County and Morgan County said they have had no known dealings with him.
The affidavit in the case against Coffman outlines what led to his Wednesday arrest.
United States Capitol Police at 12:47 p.m. Wednesday responded to a report of a possible explosive device in the vicinity of the National Republican Club, which is located at 300 First Street, Southeast, in Washington, D.C., according to the affidavit in Coffman’s case.
A short time later, they received a report of an additional possible explosive device at the Democratic National Committee Headquarters, which is located at 430 South Capitol Street, about three blocks from the National Republican Club.
The bomb squad of the United States Capitol Police responded to both locations to provide assistance in the investigation and to render the possible explosive devices safe.
(Read more at Birmingham Real-time News)
Not Antifa, but Trump-hater Tim Gionet gets arrested for Capitol invasion
The Gateway Pundit reports that Tim Gionet (aka “Baked Alaska”) was arrested for invading the Capitol.
Former Buzzfeed employee Tim Gionet, better known online as ‘Baked Alaska,’ was arrested Friday for illegally entering the US Capitol building on January 6th.
Baked Alaska was charged by the FBI for “knowingly entering or remaining in any restricted building or grounds without lawful authority” and “violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds,” according to criminal complaint obtained by The Scoop.
The former Buzzfeed video creator live-streamed himself inside the Capitol on DLive, a popular streaming platform.
Numerous Buzzfeed videos that Baked Alaska starred in are still posted on Buzzfeed’s YouTube channel, including one video titled “Lumbersexual Hunks Try Chainshaws.”
Although Buzzfeed is aggressively trying to distance itself from their past connection to Baked Alaska by labeling him a “far-right troll” and a “right-wing extremist,” Baked Alaska endorsed far-left Democrat Andrew Yang for President in 2019, and even filmed a rap music video for a song called “Yang Gang Anthem” that he made about Andrew Yang.
“I’m thinking he’s heaven-sent,” raps Baked Alaska in the song, referring to Andrew Yang.
In another video posted in 2019 following the tragic mass shooting at a mosque in Christchurch, New Zealand, Baked Alaska condemned the “alt-right” for “radicalizing” the shooter.
“It was so obvious that this guy was radicalized by the Alt-Right and became a right-wing extremist.”
(See the videos at the Gateway Pundit)