Antifa Member Who Filmed Shooting of Ashli Babbitt Charged With Rioting in Capitol — Who was He “Inciting”?
Antifa Member Who Filmed Shooting of Ashli Babbitt Charged With Rioting in Capitol — Who was He “Inciting”? By Shipwreckedcrew for Town Hall
An 18-page criminal complaint was filed and signed yesterday by a federal judge in Washington DC, charging John Sullivan with numerous offenses in connection with his actions inside the Capitol on January 6.
Early in the complaint, the FBI Agent who provided the affidavit in support described Sullivan as follows:
11. SULLIVAN… is a resident of Utah. Based on publicly available information and information provided by SULLIVAN in an interview on January 7, 2021,… SULLIVAN is the leader of an organization called Insurgence USA through which he organizes protests. On July 13, 2020, SULLIVAN was charged with Rioting and Criminal Mischief by the local law enforcement authorities in Provo, Utah, based on his activities around a June 30, 2020, protest in which a civilian was shot and injured…
12. The United States obtained a video of SULLIVAN, posted on YouTube, in which, while attending a protest in Washington, D.C., SULLIVAN can be seen telling a crowd, over a microphone, “we about to burn this shit down,” “we got to rip Trump out of office . . . fucking pull him out of that shit . . . we ain’t waiting until the next election . . . we about to go get that motherfucker.” SULLIVAN then can be seen leading the crowd in a chant of, “it’s time for a revolution.”
Who was he inciting?
Sullivan is known by the username “JaydenX” on some social media platforms.
Insurgence USA is an avowedly Antifa organization. Its website is still up and can be found at this link.
In the January 7 interview, Sullivan claimed he was a journalist who came to Washington to film the “Stop the Steal” rally. He admitted that he did enter the Capitol through a broken window, claiming that he was only following the crowd to document what was happening.