Convicted Homocon Rioter Seeks “Character Letters” To Present In Defense Of Lawsuit Brought By Capitol Police

From convicted homocon rioter Brandon Straka:

This entire year, the opposing media has labeled me a “terrorist”, an “insurrectionist”, a “violent rioter”, despite the fact that even the charges brought against me never reflected those things, let alone the fact that for anyone who knows me these accusations are absurd.

If you are willing to write a letter on my behalf to testify to the merits of my character, please do. These could go a long way to reverse some of the damage that’s been done to my name.

All that is needed is a brief statement about my character, my impact on your life, and what I have meant to you.

1. Please DO NOT discuss the case or any feelings you have about the charges or that day in January.

2. Please do not share any opinions about my guilt or innocence or that of anybody else connected with that day.

For me, the most heartbreaking thing about my case is that the insinuation has been created that I could ever be anti-police or anti-law enforcement.

Allow me to once again be as abundantly clear as I can be: I have ALWAYS backed the blue. I STILL back the blue. I WILL ALWAYS back the blue.

If any of you reading this are in law enforcement, and in particular if you’ve ever worked with or coordinated with me on any of our dozens and dozens of events- please include that in your letter. It would go a long way for the judge to know that law enforcement officers have positive things to say about me.

If you’re able to help with this please write the letter as soon as possible and send it to the address below (see the address at the bottom of the email below the “support” section).

I thank you all in advance for helping me with this. Please continue to pray and hold on tight, and know that we’ll be at the end of this very, very soon.

Straka has been named in the federal lawsuit filed by Capitol police officers and he doubtlessly plans to offer these letters in his defense.

The lawsuit also names Roger Stone, the Proud Boys, the Oath Keepers, and more than a dozen people who were arrested after the assault on the Capitol.