You have to wonder with all of the things that have been coming out of the raid on the Capitol building last week if things aren’t as cut and dry as they might seem.
Look at the number of liberal agitators that have been getting arrested amidst the whole sea of people that have been in trouble with the law as a result of what happened.
The mainstream media would like you to believe that it was all one group of people that was responsible for that. In fact, it is a lot more liberals than they would ever like to admit.
The media has been calling the storyline that there were antifa agitators in the riots in Washington on January 6th.
They called it a conspiracy theory. But, now after the arrest of three violent antifa thugs, will they change their tune? Of course not. It was a rhetorical question.
The first arrest was John Sullivan, who runs a group in Utah by the name of Insurgence USA and is also associated with antifa and BLM.
Mostofsky is the son of a Brooklyn Supreme Court judge. He was arrested on Thursday. He entered the Capitol along with a man carrying a Confederate flag, which leads me to believe that they were attempting to infiltrate the Trump supporters and give them a bad name. This is common practice among antifa.
Mostofsky’s initial appearance was in the Eastern District of New York. He will eventually be extradited to Washington, D.C. where he will be prosecuted by authorities there. Mostosfky is also charged with violating 18 U.S.C. §1752(a)(1) and (2) (unauthorized access to a restricted government building) and 40 U.S.C. §5104(e)(2)(D) and (G) (unlawful activities).
The 34-year-old defendant faces a maximum of 10 years in prison if convicted of the top charge, 18 U.S.C. §641 (theft of government property). The additional charges carry a maximum of one-year and six-month prison sentences, respectively.