プロトランプのインフルエンサーは、国会議事堂の暴動に参加したことで3年間の保護観察を宣告されました

ワシントンで話をしたプロトランプの主催者とソーシャルメディアのインフルエンサー, DC, rally the day before the 米国議会議事堂襲撃 was sentenced to three years of probation on Monday.

ブランドン・ストラカ, 自称 “former liberalwho founded the #WalkAway campaign to encourage people to leave the Democratic Party, admitted to recording himself telling the mob togo go goas they reached the Capitol and telling rioters who were wrestling a shield away from a US Capitol Police officer totake it, take it.
He pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct on Capitol in October. Straka will have to pay a $ 5,000 罰金, the maximum fine allowed, および追加 $ 500 for the damage done to the Capitol building by the mob.
    The thing that’s hard to understand is that he started this movement, the Walk Away movementwith the mission to bring together all walks of life to have civil discourse and to listen to one another and to not be violent,” said District Judge Dabney Friedrich in Washington. “And his actions that day are so inconsistent with that.
      Friedrich, ドナルド・トランプ前大統領の任命者, added that it wasdeeply troublingthat Straka used his social media accounts to defend what happened on January 6.
        He still persists in this idea that it is okay to storm the Capitol to contest an election, and that’s not what we do in this country. People who do that are not patriots,” 彼女は付け加えた.
        Straka apologized to lawmakers and the police during the hour-long hearing, saying that he wasdeeply sorry and ashamed for being present at an event that sent members of Congress running in fear to evacuate a building,” そしてそれ “no police officer should ever have to feel their life or safety are in jeopardy because they’re working at a protest.
          In late December 2020, prosecutors say that Straka had posted on social media: “We can not allow a transition to Biden under these circumstancesadding laterMake peace right now w the fact that we are in a civil war.
          Straka has said he was promoting a march to the Capitol on January 6.
          In court filings last week, Straka’s attorneys said he spoke to government investigators three times voluntarily, and claimed that officials seemed to be trying to establish there was anorganized conspiracyinvolving former President Donald Trump to overturn the 2020 選挙結果.
          The Justice Department acknowledged in court filings that Straka wascooperativein these interviews, which stretched into this month.
            It’s still unclear how much value his cooperation could have in the wider Justice Department investigation, if at all. Strakadenied the existence of any such plot,” according to his lawyer, and said the riot wasa demonstration that unfortunately spiraled out of control.
            Straka is also one of several people charged in the Capitol riot investigation who has also been the subject of a records request from the House select committee investigating January 6.

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