The dishonest mainstream media and Democrat lawmakers continue to lie about the people who were arrested in the January 6th Capitol incident. The false narrative that Americans, many of whom were waved into the Capitol by Capitol Police officers, are “dangerous terrorists,” continues to unravel. The latest news about the first person to be sentenced for entering the Capitol building is a perfect example of how dishonest our propagandist media has become.
WUSA – An Indiana grandmother of five pleaded guilty to a single misdemeanor count of parading in a Capitol building Wednesday – becoming the first of more than 400 defendants to be sentenced in connection with the Capitol riot.
Conservative Buck Sexton tweeted about the first sentencing of a Capitol “insurrectionist.” He mocked the charges against the “harmless grandmothers” who were “among the shock troops of the ‘coup’ attempt”
The first “insurrection” in history that included harmless grandmothers among the shock troops of the “coup” attempt
But sure, it was just as bad as Pearl Harbor https://t.co/Fkk1DE0wh9
— Buck Sexton (@BuckSexton) June 23, 2021
Anna Morgan-Lloyd, 49, of Bloomfield, Indiana, entered her plea Wednesday afternoon in a virtual hearing before U.S. District Judge Royce C. Lamberth. In exchange, the Department of Justice agreed to recommend three years of probation, 40 hours of community service and a $500 fine.
According to an affidavit filed in federal court in February, Morgan-Lloyd was by an employee at the Greene County (Indiana) Sheriff’s Office as someone who had posted about being at the Capitol on January 6 when she attempted to apply for firearms permit. The sheriff’s department then reviewed her Facebook and found numerous posts by her and a friend, Dona Sue Bissey (also of Bloomfield) appearing to show them inside the U.S. Capitol building on January 6.
In one post, the FBI says Morgan-Lloyd posted that it was the “best day ever.”
“We stormed the capital [sic] building me and Dona Bissey were in the first 50 people in,” Morgan-Lloyd allegedly posted.
Bissey was arrested in Indiana in February, and Morgan-Lloyd was taken into custody in Florida in March. Both were charged with four counts, including entering and remaining in a restricted building, disorderly and disruptive conduct and parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building.
A letter signed by US Senators to Attorney General Garland outlines the double standard between the treatment of Capitol rioters and Antifa/BLM rioters by the DOJ:
“I would have never been there if I had a clue that it was going to turn out that way,” Morgan-Lloyd told US District Judge Royce C. Lamberth.
Her attorney, H. Heather Shaner, said that in the months since her arrest, Morgan-Lloyd expressed willingness to learn more about U.S. history and ultimately “revisited” her ideas on government policy towards different racial and ethnic groups after reading books like Bryan Stevenson’s “Just Mercy” and Dee Brown’s “Burn My Heart at Wounded Knee.”