Thanks to an Obama-appointed federal judge, Trump supporters who allegedly “trespassed” and “tried to overthrow the government” on January 6th at Capitol Hill are now being sentenced to more prison time than prosecutors were asking for.

Due to the liberal media, those who attended the protests on January 6th have been labeled domestic terrorists, leading to the mistreatment of their rights. Since the riot, over 600 people have been arrested due to their involvement.


It should be noted that, to date, not a single member of Black Lives Matter or Antifa have been arrested by federal agents, nor have they been labeled as domestic terrorists, for any of the protests or looting they are responsible for. 

The judge, who handed down the outrageous sentencing, Tanya Chutkan, has already sentenced four other offenders who entered the Capitol. The only person to die on that day was Ashli Babbitt, who was shot by a Capitol Officer. 

While some offenders only received 14 days in prison for the part they played on that day, two cousins, Robert Bauer and Edward Hemenway, were sentenced to 45 days in prison. The two were charged with allegedly trespass into the Capitol and taking selfies. 

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Speaking at one of the defendant’s hearings, Chutkan said, “There have to be consequences for participating in an attempted violent overthrow of the government, beyond sitting at home.” 

Prosecutors were only seeking 30 days in prison. 


Surprisingly, this isn’t the first time Chutkan has imposed such harsh punishment on defendants of the Capitol Hill riot. Matthew Mazzocco was also sentenced to 45 days for a simple misdemeanor offense related to the protest. 

Back in June, an unarmed grandmother, Anna Morgan-Lloyd, was the first to be sentenced. She pleaded guilty and was handed a $500 fine and 40 hours of community service. They also banned her from ever owning a firearm.

At the time, Morgan-Lloyd said, “I’m ashamed that it became a savage display of violence that day. I would’ve never been there if I had a clue it was going to turn out that way, because it was never my intent to be a part of anything that is so disgraceful to the American people.”