Patriot grandma from Indiana Anna Morgan-Lloyd, 49, received the first criminal sentence stemming from the January 6 pro-election integrity protest at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., where police allowed protesters into the building. To ease her sentencing, Morgan-Lloyd wrote a little movie report on the Holocaust drama Schindler’s List and the anti-racism film Just Mercy and submitted it to the presiding judge on her lawyer’s instructions. Welcome to the progressive criminal justice system in modern America!
Anna Morgan-Lloyd submitted a guilty plea on the misdemeanor charge of “parading, demonstrating, or picketing in a Capitol building,” and she was sentenced to 120 hours of community service, three years probation and a $500 fine. Judge Royce C. Lamberth, a district court judge in Washington, D.C., stated that “I don’t want to create the impression that probation is the automatic outcome here, because it’s not going to be,” referring to Capitol protester cases.
Anna Morgan-Lloyd’s lawyer instructed her to watch the movies Schindler’s List and Just Mercy and basically write a little assignment about what she learned and submit it as a letter to Judge Lamberth. The grandmother wrote, “I’ve learned that even though we live in a wonderful country, things still need to improve. People of all colors should feel as safe as I do to walk down the street.”
Here is America-loving granny Anna Morgan-Lloyd peacefully protesting for election integrity in the U.S. Capitol.