Representatives Matt Gaetz, Marjorie Taylor Greene and Louie Gohmert Blocked Entry to DC Prison

Charged with trespass: Representatives Matt Gaetz, Marjorie Taylor Greene and Louie Gohmert blocked entry to DC jail as they attempted to visit accused Jan. 6 rioters

  • Gohmert, Gaetz, Gosar and Greene tried to visit the detention center on Thursday
  • Footage shows Gohmert and Greene being intercepted by a guard while trying to enter the building
  • Greene told the group she has “big concerns” if the attitude is any indication of how they treat their prisoners inside
  • More than 535 people have been charged with participating in the Jan. 6 violence in which protesters stormed the U.S. Capitol

A group of House Republicans were charged Thursday with entering a detention center in Washington DC.

Louie Gohmert, Matt Gaetz, Paul Gosar and Marjorie Taylor Greene attempted to visit some of those arrested after Jan. 6 and the ensuing unrest in the capital.

Footage shows Gohmert of Texas and Greene of Georgia were intercepted by a security guard while trying to enter the building.

Louie Gohmert, Matt Gaetz, Paul Gosar and Marjorie Taylor Greene attempted to visit some of those arrested after Jan. 6 and the ensuing unrest in the capital (Greene, Gohmert and Gaetz return to the U.S. Capitol after a press conference in Washington on Thursday). )

The pair were told they were blocking access to the facility, and Greene told the group she has “great concerns” if the attitude is any indication of how they are treating their inmates inside. Mediaite reported.

Gohmert said: ‘If they can regard us as intruders – [we] fund this facility, have top secret authorization…

“We inspect facilities and I’ve never, in my years in Congress, ever run into a problem like this until this administration took over.”

More than 535 people have been charged with participating in the Jan. 6 violence when supporters of Donald Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol in a failed attempt to stop Congress from confirming Democratic President Joe Biden’s election victory.

Footage shows Gohmert, from Texas, and Greene, from Georgia, being intercepted by a guard while trying to enter the building

Footage shows Gohmert, from Texas, and Greene, from Georgia, being intercepted by a guard while trying to enter the building

Five people died on the day of the violence and the day after, including a Capitol police officer.

Two police officers who took part in the defense of the Capitol later committed suicide. More than a hundred police officers were injured.

Earlier this month, Trump touted his supporters as “peaceful,” “patriots” and “great people,” while condemning the deadly police shooting of “innocent, miraculous” Ashli ​​Babbitt.

The couple was told they were blocking access to the facility (Photo: A security guard stands on the other side of the door)

The couple was told they were blocking access to the facility (Photo: A security guard stands on the other side of the door)

Gohmert said: 'If they can regard us as invaders ¿ [we] fund this facility, have top secret clearance... We inspect facilities, and I've never, never - in the years I've been in Congress - ever run into a problem like this until this administration took over.

Gohmert said: ‘If they can regard us as intruders – [we] fund this facility, have top secret clearance… We inspect facilities, and I’ve never, never – in the years I’ve been in Congress – ever run into a problem like this until this administration took over.”

The former president fondly recalled the Capitol uprising during an appearance on Fox News’ Sunday Morning Futures, where he said the MAGA fans who gathered that morning to hear him speak before marching to Congress were filled with excitement. ‘faith, spirit and love’.

However, he acknowledged one of the five deaths linked to the riot — that of Babbitt, a former Air Force veteran who was shot and killed by an unnamed Capitol police officer when she tried to climb through a broken door leading to the House Speaker’s Lobby.

In April, the Justice Department announced that no charges would be filed against the officer.

Trump described his “Stop the Steal” rally that preceded the Congressional siege, saying a “huge number of people “came out to hear his mild-mannered speech.”

Greene told the group she has

Greene told the group she has “big concerns” if the attitude is any indication of how they treat their prisoners inside

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