Richard Barnett, one of the participants in the Jan. 6 insurrection that sought to take siege of the U.S. Capitol, recently won the right to return to his home state – and then had the decision reversed.
It took the court only five-hours to agree to his request — that allowed him to chill in his house while he awaits trial for entering the most important municipal building in the country (with the mission to overtake the politicians and make the elected officers ignore the court-certified people’s vote for Joe Biden).
His charges are “entering Capitol grounds with a stun gun, disorderly conduct, and theft.”
We know him because he was the guy kicking back with his feet all up on Nancy Pelosi’s desk after breaking into her office and ransacking this federal space.
Are you mad?
Good … because so is Philly rapper Meek Mill who took to Instagram to express his outrage, which may have led to a higher court reversing the decision to set Barnett free.
“My whole race in jail for tryna protect themselves or some petty drugs! We living in the middle of a silent war! You can run in the state capitol and get house arrest? just pay attention to that part …ain’t no protest that can fix that!
Two weeks ago, MAGA maniacs tried to take over the government, the first time since the 1800s. This is the first time the threat was domestic.
Over 80 people have been arrested and over 50 have been charged. The FBI, state and local city law enforcement agencies are all working to bring these traitors to justice.
“We have no protection in the system as black folks and it’s not no telling what’s next!!!! Didn’t people die in that s### ….we would have had conspiracy to terrorism or something they made up….Y’all people are really on some KKK S###!”
Whether Meek’s furious post was heard by a Federal judge in DC is not known, but Chief US District Judge Beryl Howell reversed Arkansas Chief Magistrate Judge Erin L. Wiedemann’s decision to release Barnett on a $5,000 bond.
Now Barnett will be held without bail and sent to Washington, D.C. where he will face a trial for his role in storming the Capitol Building.
One that will not be brought to justice is a Georgia man named Christopher Stanton.
Superior Court of D.C. documents show that he was charged with trying to “enter certain property, that is, the United States Capitol Grounds, against the will of the United States Capitol Police.”
The 53-year-old investment manager, who so courageous tried to wreak havoc on our elected officials on that now historic day, died like a coward with by-suicide.
A police report revealed that cops took out two semi-automatic SKS rifles from his home after being called. His family members were present when the police got there and were recorded as being “extremely distressed.
He did not think about his family when he decided to be a traitor and was not man enough to stand trial.
Hopefully, they keep their eyes on Garnett … big bad wolves always take the sheepish way out when the wool hits the fan. We are definitely watching.