CNN’s Jade Sacker penetrating the Capitol with a member of BLM/Antifa
“CNN was embedded with BLM/Antifa pretending to be Trump supporters videoing them to incite a riot”
CNN’s Jade Sacker penetrating the Capitol with a member of BLM/Antifa cheering, “We did it!”
This is the same guy, John Sullivan
Feds Charge Left-Wing
Activist Who Filmed Shooting
Of Trump Supporter At
14 January, 2021
Federal prosecutors on Thursday announced charges against John Sullivan, a self-described left-wing activist who recorded the fatal police shooting of a Trump supporter inside the U.S. Capitol last week.
Sullivan, the founder of a group called Insurgence USA, which formed in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd, is charged with illegally entering the Capitol, civil disorder, and violent or disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds.
Sullivan, 26, faces separate charges of rioting and criminal mischief in connection with an incident in Provo, Utah on June 30, 2020, where a person was shot and injured during a protest against police brutality.
An FBI affidavit issued against Sullivan on Thursday cites comments he made on video he recorded during the Capitol breach.
Sullivan told FBI agents as well as members of the media that he showed up at the Capitol to document the activities of Trump supporters who were protesting the results of the presidential election. But the FBI affidavit indicates Sullivan was acting more an active participant in the riots than as a journalist.
“There are so many people. Let’s go. This shit is ours! Fuck yeah,” he is heard saying in the video, according to an FBI affidavit from FBI Special Agent Matthew Foulger.
“We accomplished this shit. We did this together. Fuck yeah! We are all a part of this history,” he also said, adding: “Let’s burn this shit down.”
Sullivan was filming as a Capitol police officer shot Trump supporter Ashli Babbit as she attempted to enter a barricaded section of the Capitol. Babbit, a 14-year Air Force veteran later died. (RELATED: Feds Charge Man Who Beat Cop With Flag Pole At Capitol)
In an interview with CNN’s Anderson Cooper hours after the fatal shooting, Sullivan acknowledged he was not a Trump supporter, but denied instigating the rioters who stormed the Capitol.
“I don’t want to see people get hurt unnecessarily,” he told Cooper.
Watch CNN video HERE