Capitol Rioter Laments He’s Going To Jail For “NFT Salesman” Trump

Far-right internet troll and notorious Capitol rioter Anthime “Tim” Gionet joined other supporters of former President Donald Trump on Twitter on Thursday to express his disappointment at Trump’s “big announcement.”

Gionet, better known as “Baked Alaska,” pleaded guilty in July to his involvement in the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the US Capitol, according to court documents.

The online personality had live streamed herself and other Trump supporters as they broke into the Capitol and was caught on footage entering the office of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

On Thursday, Gionet complained about his past engagement with the former President, tweet“I can’t believe I’m going to jail for an NFT seller.”

According to court documents, Gionet was charged with “parading, demonstrating or picketing a Capitol building” and could face up to six months in prison. His sentencing hearing is currently scheduled for January 10, 2023.

Trump teased on social media earlier this week that his supporters could expect a “big announcement” on Thursday, a month after announcing his presidential bid, only to see his “official Donald Trump digital trading card collection” on his Truth Social account. to unveil, which cost $99 a piece.

US unrest regret after Trump releases NFT
Supporters of former President Donald Trump raid the US Capitol on January 6, 2021 to protest the results of the 2020 presidential election. In the insert, Trump stands on the podium at his Palm Beach, Fla., estate to announce his 2024 presidential nomination on November 15. A far-right internet troll and Capitol rioter joined fellow Trump supporters on Twitter Thursday to express his disappointment at the former president’s “big” NFT announcement earlier in the day.
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The news came as a disappointment to many MAGA voters and was mocked by several others online. Some Twitter users also wondered if the announcement might work in favor of Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who is expected to run against Trump for the GOP nomination in 2024.

The former president’s approval rating was at its lowest level in seven years about a day before the release of his digital trading cards. A Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday found that 59 percent of registered voters had a negative opinion of him.

gionet tweeted shortly after Trump’s announcement that the former president could not win the 2024 nomination “with the amount of base he’s lost.” The internet personality has also shown his support for rapper Kanye West, aka Ye, in the next presidential election.

“We don’t care about Israel, we don’t care about trading cards, tax cuts and lgbtqxx, we want a Christ First policy for our nation without exception!” Gionet wrote.

Gionet, classified as a white supremacist by the Southern Poverty Law Center, was banned from Twitter in 2017 when the platform’s former leadership worked to remove racist users.

However, he was reinstated on the platform last Sunday, adding to the list of controversial profiles that Twitter CEO Elon Musk has reinstated since he took over the company in late October.

news week has reached out to Trump’s team for comment. Capitol Rioter Laments He’s Going To Jail For “NFT Salesman” Trump

Rick Schindler

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