Brandon Straka, a Donald Trump ally who spoke at a Jan. 5 “Stop the Steal” rally in Washington — and has since pleaded guilty for joining the mob that stormed onto the grounds of the U.S. Capitol the next day — has provided investigators with information they say “may impact the government’s sentencing recommendation.”
It’s an indication that Straka, one of the few Jan. 6 defendants who is also of interest to congressional investigators, has cooperated with prosecutors in a substantive way. Straka pleaded guilty in October to a single misdemeanor charge and was set to be sentenced next week. But prosecutors have asked for a 30-day sentencing delay so that his new evidence “can be properly evaluated.”
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BREAKING NEWS: Trump Ally Brandon Straka Has Provided Potentially Significant Information to Federal Prosecutors https://t.co/Hd7jaG2P0E
— Seth Abramson (@SethAbramson) December 17, 2021
LET’S GO BRANDON!
Brandon Straka, creator of Trump Walkaway, leader & speaker at ‘Stop The Steal’ is singing like Chuck Grassley’s pidgins. He’s provided significant and damaging new evidence. Prosecutors asked for a sentencing delay so all his new evidence “can be evaluated.”
— Hoodlum 🇺🇸 (@NotHoodlum) December 17, 2021
A Donald Trump supporter who pleaded guilty to joining the Jan. 6 Capitol protesters has provided investigators with information that could impact the government’s sentencing recommendation, Politico reported.https://t.co/SeyaQV5dTK
— Newsmax (@newsmax) December 17, 2021