Democratic politicians and media pundits have tried to push the narrative that President Trump is personally responsible for the unrest that happened on January 6th since the day it happened. The scam has gone so far that the corrupt January 6th Committee is considering referring Trump to the Department of Justice to be criminally prosecuted.
An Ohio man who was just convicted for his involvement in the protests further proves that the Unselect Committee has no legal standing to criminally prosecute Trump.
Dustin Byron Thompson, a 38-year-old man who entered the Capitol at the January 6th protests was just convicted on all six charges brought against him.
Thomspon’s defense attorneys attempted to use the defense that he was manipulated by Donald Trump and his inner circle, including Rudy Giuliani, into storming the Capitol.
The judge and jury rejected his defense and held him solely responsible for his actions. Thompson could face up to 26 years in prison.
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The Daily Mail Reports-
“An Ohio man who said he was only ‘following presidential orders’ when he stormed the Capitol and stole a coat rack and a bottle of bourbon was quickly convicted Thursday of obstructing Congress from certifying Joe Biden’s 2020 electoral victory.
Dustin Byron Thompson, 38, was found guilty on all six counts against him, including theft of government property and disorderly or disruptive conduct in a restricted building or ground. The jury took less than three hours to deliberate.
The FBI had found cell phone footage of Thompson inside the Senate parliamentarian’s ransacked office yelling: ‘Wooooo! ‘Merica Hey! This is our house!’
Thompson now faces 20 years in prison for the obstruction count, the lone felony. He will be held in jail until his sentencing on July 20.
Jurors rejected Thompson’s novel defense, in which he blamed Trump and members of the president’s inner circle for the insurrection and for his own actions.”