'Insurrectionist' Grandmother to Be Sentenced for Walking inside Capitol on Jan 6
Grandmother of 5 from Indiana will plead guilty
A grandmother of five from Indiana will plead guilty to one misdemeanor charge for ‘demonstrating in a capitol building."
Anna Morgan Lloyd's plea is in exchange for 3 years of probation and a $500 fine.
Lloyd was held in jail by the Biden-DOJ for 2 days.
She was released after she had “expressed contrition for her conduct.”
In February, Morgan-Lloyd was arrested after the FBI received a tip-off from a Greene County Indiana Sheriff’s Office.
The tip was about someone "who posted about the Capitol riot" online after Morgan-Lloyd had applied for a firearm permit.
Federal prosecutors explain how Morgan-Lloyd was inside a hallway of the building for 10 minutes and did not commit any violence or destroy any property.
The sentencing memo adds that Morgan-Lloyd did not coordinate or plan her actions beforehand.
Just for standing inside the Capitol building, she was charged with 4 counts.
The prosecution is also requesting that she be unable to purchase a firearm as part of her probation.
The grandmother is the first in over 400 people awaiting trial who were charged that had entered the capitol building on Jan. 6th.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi recently announced she would be forming a ‘select committee” to look into the events of that day.
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The news comes after the senate rejecting legislation to establish a ‘Jan. 6th Commission’ to continue the witch hunt.
Only six Republicans sided with Democrats: Sens. Susan Collins of Maine, Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, Mitt Romney of Utah, Bill Cassidy of Louisiana, Ben Sasse of Nebraska, and Rob Portman of Ohio.
Despite opposition from President Donald Trump and House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (D-CA), the House already passed legislation on May 19 to form the independent panel with support from 35 Republicans.