“I’m disappointed that I’m being used as an example in my incarceration. Because I’m a public person and I have a Twitter account, I’m being punished for that.
“Because the media was doing what y’all are doing right now, I’m being punished for this. And it’s actually causing my incarceration and I think that is a travesty.
“I think everybody should be able to tweet without being persecuted and treated like crap. So watch what you tweet, because if you tweet, you can go to jail.
“It’s a free county and I’m allowed to say – you know – it’s free speech.” – Convicted Capitol rioter Jenna Ryan, after being sentenced today to 60 days in prison.
Definitely not going to jail. Sorry I have blonde hair white skin a great job a great future and I’m not going to jail. Sorry to rain on your hater parade. I did nothing wrong
— Jenna Ryan (@dotjenna) March 26, 2021
WATCH: Jenna Ryan spoke to @EricFlackTV after her sentencing today. He asked if she had a statement of remorse. She blamed the media for her jail time, and said she should be able to tweet without being “persecuted.” #CapitolRiot pic.twitter.com/RoIyAPsQ2b
— Jordan Fischer (@JordanOnRecord) November 4, 2021