Activist Charged In Capitol Riot Still Active On Twitter


A left-wing activist charged for his alleged participation in the Capitol Hill riot maintains control of his Twitter and YouTube accounts, Fox News has learned.

John Sullivan, 26, recorded an up-close video of a woman’s fatal shooting during the Jan. 6 Capitol siege and can allegedly be heard egging on protesters in a video he shared on his YouTube and Twitter accounts under the pseudonym Jayden X.

Sullivan is accused of taking part and encouraging rioters as they swept through the building.  He allegedly wore a gas mask and had a knife at the time of the siege, court papers show. He can be heard telling rioters that “We got to get this s— burned,” and “it’s our house m————,” according to an affidavit signed by FBI Special Agent Matthew Foulger.

As protesters climbed over a wall near the Capitol entrance, Sullivan allegedly exclaimed in the video, “You guys are f—— savage. Let’s go! This s— is ours! F– yeah. I can’t believe this is reality.”

In another video, Sullivan can allegedly be heard cheering on the crowd as they broke through the final barricade before the Capitol saying: “We did this together. … We are all a part of history.”

The mayhem left at least five people dead, including the woman whose death Sullivan filmed, and a Capitol Police officer.

Sullivan faces federal charges of civil disorder, entering a restricted building and violent entry or disorderly conduct, but was r… (Read more)

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