John Sullivan, the individual who National File previously reported went inside the U.S. Capitol during the Capitol Hill protest last week, has been arrested for his alleged crime of trespassing in the hallowed grounds of the United States Congress.
As National File previously reported, John Sullivan, the founder of Utah-based Insurgence USA, which considers itself part of the Black Lives Matter coalition, claims he only entered the U.S. Capitol to “document” the goings on, saying, “I wanted to be able to tell a part of history.”
At an unrelated Black Lives Matter protest, the Insurgence USA member shouted “We…about to burn this s— down…We gotta rip Trump right out of that office right there,” adding, “We ain’t about…waiting until the next election. It’s time for revolution.”
Despite claiming he only entered the building in a journalistic capacity, the indictment against Sullivan declares otherwise.
The 18-page affidavit claims Sullivan allegedly incited violence by exclaiming “we gotta get this shit burned” and “it’s our house motherfuckers.”
From the indictment: “During one of his interactions with others, Sullivan can be heard in the video saying, “We gotta get this shit burned.” At other times as he is walking through the Capitol, Sullivan can be heard saying, among other things, “it’s our house motherfuckers” and “we are getting this shit.”
President Trump was impeached yesterday because he allegedly incited the protests. Thus far, there is infinitely more evidence that the Black Lives Matter-supporting member of Insurgence USA instigated whatever violence may have transpired.