Anthem Joseph Giunt, the far-right figure known online as “Alaska Bread,” pleaded guilty to charges related to the January 6, 2021 riots at the US Capitol.
The Department of Justice reported Friday that Gewent pleaded guilty to illegal and violent entry into restricted areas and disorderly conduct at the Capitol. The troublemaker is one of hundreds of detainees in connection with the January 6 attack.
According to an FBI affidavit, Gionet shared a 27-minute live feed of the riot, in which he can be heard chanting “Patriots in control,” “Who’s our house?” and “1776, baby.” In the video, he is seen entering various office rooms in the Capitol.
“We’re in the Capitol, 1776 will start again,” Jeunet said, according to an FBI report. “Occupy the Capitol. Let’s go. We’re not letting this bitch go.”
In a tape-recorded meeting, Jonny called the law enforcement officer “f—————sbreaker.
Jeunet was arrested just nine days after the riot but made headlines last summer for avoiding house arrest. He submitted a guilty plea on Friday.