The Hill reports:
A federal judge on Tuesday approved a QAnon supporter for conditional release after he turned himself in at the beginning of the year for his involvement in the deadly Jan. 6 Capitol riot. Douglas Jensen of Des Moines, Iowa, was charged with obstructing law enforcement, assault, entering a restricted building as well as violent entry and disorderly conduct in a Capitol building.
Jensen is alleged to have led a crowd of people against police officers, ignoring their orders to stop and put their hands up. “Jensen stated that he intentionally positioned himself to be among the first people inside the United States Capitol because he was wearing his “Q” t-shirt and he wanted to have his t-shirt seen on video so that ‘Q’ could ‘get the credit,'” the complaint read.
Read the full article. Jenson last appeared on JMG when he begged the court for freedom because “QAnon lied to me.” Capitol Police Officer Eugene Goodman was awarded the Congressional Gold Medal for leading Jenson and his murderous red hats away from the Senate chamber.
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