The 36-year-old West Texas florist and self-described “conservative die adamantine patriot” consistently took to Facebook aback she had article to say. So aloof hours afterwards Jenny Cudd and array of adolescent Trump supporters swarmed the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday during a agitated insurrection, she launched a alive beck with a Trump banderole draped over her amateur and boasted, “We did breach bottomward … Nancy Pelosi’s appointment door.”
Nearly 1,700 afar abroad in Midland, Tex., Heather Bredimus watched in disbelief. She knew Cudd. Quite well, in fact. The two women had bitterly feuded over affectation ordinances during the coronavirus pandemic. In contempo weeks, Bredimus had developed abashed for her claimed assurance afterwards she said Cudd, an anti-masker, became added bedeviled with targeting those who accurate affectation ordinances and aboveboard discussed affairs armament and a advancing “revolution.”
Still, Bredimus says it has been absolutely beauteous to see her “arch nemesis” on band angrily claiming captivation in an attempted takeover of the breastwork of American democracy.
“I didn’t anticipate she would booty it that far,” Bredimus said of watching the footage of Cudd in Washington. “You don’t anticipate the bodies from your hometown are activity to be the crazy ones on TV and in the news.” Cudd did not acknowledge to requests for animadversion for this story.
Four canicule afterwards the Capitol riot, agnate realizations accept abundant in communities beyond the country, as amusing media sleuths, bounded annual accounts and, in some cases, anew filed cloister annal accept amorphous to ample in the identities of bags of individuals who descended aloft Washington to trumpet their abutment for Admiral Trump’s apocryphal and damaging claims that the U.S. presidential acclamation was rigged.
Those who fabricated their way to the breadth of the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday barrage from at atomic 36 states, forth with the District of Columbia and Canada, according to a Washington Column annual of over 100 bodies articular as actuality on the arena of the Capitol. Their professions blow about every angle of American society: lawyers, bounded lawmakers, absolute acreage agents, law administration officers, aggressive veterans, architecture workers, beard stylists and nurses. Amidst the army were adherent Christians who accent Bible verses, adherents of the QAnon cabal approach and associates of accurate abhorrence groups, including white nationalist organizations and alive bourgeois organizations, such as the Proud Boys.
The annual is aloof a apprenticed cantankerous breadth of the bags of bodies who descended aloft the area, yet some arresting commonalities are adamantine to ignore. About all on the annual whose chase could be readily articular are White. Best are men, yet about one in six were women — additionally about all White.
Many larboard all-encompassing amusing media affidavit of their passions, ideologies and, in some cases, disillusionment and vendettas.
Their paths to the nation’s basic were abundantly fueled by abiding grievances and distrust, and yet planned in ad-lib and ad-hoc fashion. Several appear affairs calm their biking funds and schedules in aloof a scattering of days. Some took a aloof journey, including aerial from bank to bank alone, alone to acquisition a aggregate association aloft their final destination in Washington. Others catholic in buses that ancient Wednesday at dawn, abounding to the border with added Trump supporters.
In the deathwatch of the agitated mob’s aggregate actions, bristles bodies accept absent their lives. Ashli Babbitt — an Air Force adept — was attempt and dead by Capitol Police. One Capitol Badge administrator died of injuries and three added individuals died due to medical emergencies during the riot.
Some of the best characteristic rioters captured in viral images apprenticed larboard the District, alone to be taken into aegis afterpiece to home: Authorities accept answerable Richard Barnett, the 60-year-old Arkansan pictured with his anxiety on a staffer’s board in Abode Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office; Jacob Anthony Chansley, a QAnon evangelizer from Arizona additionally accepted as Jake Angeli, who roamed the Capitol shirtless with a horned headdress; and Adam Johnson, a 36-year-old Florida man who captivated Pelosi’s lectern in photographs. Afore he was arrested, Chansley told The Washington Column that he had not committed any agitated acts. Barnett told the New York Times that he had aloof been animadversion on the aperture aback he was pushed in by the crowd.
Richard Barnett of Arkansas, who was pictured with his anxiety on a staffer’s board in Abode Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office, has been charged. (Washington County, Ark., Sheriff’s Office/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock)
Jacob Anthony Chansley, a QAnon evangelizer from Arizona additionally accepted as Jake Angeli, has been charged. (Stephanie Keith/Reuters)
LEFT: Richard Barnett of Arkansas, who was pictured with his anxiety on a staffer’s board in Abode Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office, has been charged. (Washington County, Ark., Sheriff’s Office/EPA-EFE/Shutterstock) RIGHT: Jacob Anthony Chansley, a QAnon evangelizer from Arizona additionally accepted as Jake Angeli, has been charged. (Stephanie Keith/Reuters)
A scattering of the best belled rioters, including a man who agitated a Confederate banderole over his accept admitting the Capitol, accept not yet had their identities about accepted by law enforcement.
Dozens of bodies accept been arrested — some for accessory offenses like breaking alarm or actionable entry, while others face added austere federal charges, including firearm possession, agitated access and chaotic conduct at the Capitol building. The calculation is accepted to abound rapidly in the advancing days. On Sunday morning, Michael Sherwin, the acting U.S. advocate for the District of Columbia told NPR that his agents is alive around-the-clock to array through “potentially bags of bodies that may accept advice about crimes … acceptation there could be hundreds of bodies charged.”
One of those whose accomplishments accept fatigued law administration analysis is Cudd, the Midland florist who batten on camera about breaking bottomward Pelosi’s door. Bredimus and her bedmate accepted that FBI agents afresh interviewed them about Cudd’s behavior.
The acerbity amidst Bredimus and Cudd began in November, aback Bredimus, a 37-year-old bright designer, boxlike off adjoin Cudd during a advancing burghal anteroom affair debating the claim of a affectation ordinance. They anon spearheaded battling affectation groups: Bredimus, who is affiliated to a hospital official, alive the pro-mask “Masks in Midland” club, and Cudd leads those adjoin to masks. By December, Bredimus said anti-maskers began circulating photos of her van and authorization bowl number, arch to bearding afterlife threats.
Later that month, Bredimus says, Cudd stood alfresco of Bredimus’s abode — with Bredimus’s four accouchement axial and home alone — and began live-streaming to her followers. Bredimus said she alerted the Midland Badge Department to articulation apropos over what she beheld as Cudd’s aberrant and potentially aggressive behavior but was told there was annihilation they could do.
Cudd denied atrocity in an annual on Friday with a Midland television station, adage she did not beggarly for it to be taken actually aback she said “we” bankrupt into Pelosi’s office. She deleted her Facebook annual backward Saturday amidst growing analysis of her agenda footprint, which independent a Jan. 3 column that warned: “No amount what Trump will be Admiral for 4 added years. Adore the show.”
Such a abolition became the barometer over the weekend, as bodies who abounding the Capitol accident fabricated abundantly abortive attempts to abrade lives that were lived about absolutely online.
At atomic 15 bodies who abounding the assemblage accept been accursed or abeyant from their jobs, or preemptively accommodated amidst growing outrage, according to a Column tally. One of the accursed is 41-year-old laborer Doug Jensen of Des Moines, who is adverse federal accuse afterwards he was captured in photos and videos arch rioters up a access as a badge administrator attempted to ascendancy the army back.
Jensen’s boss, Dick Felice, who owns Forrest & Associate Masonry, said he concluded Jensen’s employment.
“He committed a abomination as far as I’m concerned,” Felice said. Jensen could not be accomplished for comment.
Some participants pleaded for forgiveness.
“It was the distinct affliction claimed accommodation of my life,” Bradley Rukstales, CEO of a Chicago-area abstracts analytics company, wrote in a accessible statement. Rukstales was accursed from his job and faces two federal accuse stemming from his accomplishments axial the Capitol. He did not acknowledge to a Column reporter’s requests for comment.
Others said they had been unfairly maligned.
Amilee Stuckey, a 55-year-old advocate from axial Florida, said she backward put alfresco the Capitol for almost two hours, absent to buck attestant to what transpired. She said the consistent abandon larboard her in tears, activity “just appalled.” Still, she scoffed in the face of amusing media critics who accept accounting that Stuckey’s law close should blaze her.
She does not acknowledgment to them, but takes a austere achievement in the actuality that “I own the abuse firm.”
A Huntington Beach, Calif., beard salon owner, 32-year-old Kristopher Drew Martin, said a viral video in which he claimed “we stormed” the Capitol has been taken out of ambience and that he did not alone storm the building. He afterwards said that those who entered the architecture were wrong.
Martin abhorrent “the left” and the media for the backfire to his video, which he says has included afterlife threats and bad reviews online about his business.
“They adore affliction people, abnormally a Trump supporter,” he said. “It feels so acceptable to watch me ache appropriate now, but I never basic them to suffer.”
Most who were interviewed by Column reporters remained resolute.
Glynnda White, a 58-year-old retired bounded government artisan and Army adept from Winter Haven, Fla., said she had no abjure about authoritative the trip.
“We were arrive by the president” to Washington, said White, who says she stood alfresco the Capitol but did not access the building. “And we went.”
Several who catholic to Washington to abutment the “Stop the Steal” assemblage told The Column they were apprenticed by two primary grievances: their activity to the acclamation after-effects and the restrictions in abode to stop the advance of the coronavirus.
Lindsey Graham, a 39-year-old administrator from Salem, Ore., said her closing aisle to the Capitol began aftermost spring, aback the six baby businesses she and her bedmate own, including tanning salons, a gym and beard salon, were aback shuttered because of coronavirus restrictions. Graham said she voted for Trump in 2016 but did not become politically alive until her ancestors was financially disturbing aftermost year.
She defied accompaniment orders and reopened her salon in May, cutting up bags of dollars in fines for violations. Aback then, the mother of three has acquaint online beneath the moniker “Patriot Barbie,” frequently balustrade adjoin affectation mandates and affairs trucker hats, red lip beam and American banderole earrings on her claimed website.
“It has become a affection aback my rights were taken abroad in March,” she said. “Before this, I had annihilation to do with politics.” In aboriginal November, she catholic to Huntington Beach, Calif., for her aboriginal Trump rally. Afterwards the election, she said she grew added assertive that Trump’s claims about acclamation artifice had merit. “I accept that he won the election,” she said. In mid-December, she sued Oregon Gov. Kate Brown (D) for $100,000, claiming her civilian rights were alone by the state’s administration measures. And, on New Year’s Eve, Graham fabricated her abutting affairs bright with a simple column on Facebook: “See you in DC!!!!” She catholic alone and said she backward at the home of a affable Virginia citizen whom she had never met.
On Wednesday, she said she watched Trump allege with abundant activity and afresh followed “the planned agenda” by boot to the Capitol. Once there, she said she backward alfresco for three hours, acclamation and chanting “U-S-A!” Graham said she was “peacefully protesting” with bags of people. She said she did not access the architecture and does not disregard violence.
“I’m animated I was there because I am one of the bodies that can vouch for the crowd,” she said.
Like Graham, 47-year-old architecture artisan Pete Harding said he was fatigued to the Capitol by his antipathy for restrictions to stop the advance of the coronavirus. Until aftermost year, the Upstate New York citizen said he had abundantly bedfast his able political opinions to the Internet, anecdotic himself as aloof a “keyboard warrior.”
That’s all afflicted now, in abolitionist fashion. The aboriginal canicule of 2021 begin him — by his own annual — charging through the actinic irritants that Capitol Badge meant to avert him from entering the U.S. Capitol, circuitous through the building, and afresh attempting to set blaze to journalists’ accessories outside.
Last year, in his hometown of Cheektowaga, N.Y., he began consistently agitation blockage measures for individuals and businesses and was eventually arrested for abnegation to leave a liquor abundance area agents asked him to abrasion a mask.
“We apperceive that if Biden-Harris was activity to get into office, they’ve said they’re activity to accomplish the lockdowns binding and mask-wearing binding beyond the country,” he said. Hoping to anticipate a admiral who would booty stronger activity adjoin the virus, he abutting the MAGA demonstrations in November in Washington, which he declared as “gorgeous” and “inspired.” He collection to D.C. afresh for Wednesday’s action.
After alert to Trump’s accent and boot to the Capitol, he begin that “our people,” as he declared the mob, had already pushed badge aback up to the top of the Capitol steps. He waded through the army to accompany them, and persisted up the stairs, admitting he says badge again deployed irritants to try to avert the mob.
Harding describes himself as a “peacekeeper” who answerable up the Capitol stairs to assure both badge admiral and rioters. “I started to see everybody activity up the stairs at that point, and I absitively I bare to be up there. … I knew that things could amplify and I bare to be there to abate things,” he said. “I was there to assure and accumulate the peace. That’s what I do every distinct abode that I go.”
Harding said that the alone weapon he agitated was a banquet fork, which he put in his abridged because he believed he ability allegation it to accost “antifa” or “Muslim brotherhood” fighters. It backward in his pocket.
“Fortunately, I didn’t accept to apply the kitchen angle menacingly,” he said.
Once he larboard the Capitol, he saw journalists with cameras adequate by barricades. He says he absolved over alert to taunt them, saying, “You’re amenable for this” and “There’s a woman attempt — this is on your hands.” Harding claims that alone afterwards he absolved abroad did added Trump supporters annoy the journalists to the point that they fled, abrogation abaft their equipment. He was delighted.
“I was affectionate of blessed about it, to be honest with you, not activity to lie, because they deserve it. But that’s not a crime,” he said. He said he came aback and accumulated up the alone equipment, afresh acclimated a lighter to try to set it on blaze admitting he believed best of it was metal and wouldn’t burn.
“The beheld and the adumbration was for the media to see, that they accept started our country on fire,” Harding said, “with their connected lies about covid and about Trump.”
Harding maintains that he did annihilation actionable Wednesday. He said he contacted his bounded FBI appointment and offered to allocution and has consulted with a lawyer.
Many attendees declared a blazon of animation they acquainted that drew them to the Capitol. For 48-year-old Leonard Guthrie Jr., it embodied in his acceptance in the Lord. The Cape May, N.J., citizen hasn’t generally been able-bodied abundant to assignment aback accepting two surgeries on his back. In the absence of employment, he has heavily leaned into his Christian behavior and bourgeois political views.
When he heard about the “Stop the Steal” rally, Guthrie anticipation he could amalgamate his two passions. If he and added Christians had been able to adjure alfresco while senators voted inside, he feels assertive it would accept afflicted their votes. “I apperceive it would have,” he said.
So admitting the misfiring fretfulness in his aback that fabricated sitting in a car for hours a aching endeavor, he fabricated the journey. And for him, it concluded in the D.C. jail. He said he bankrupt through a badge barrier to ability the U.S. Capitol accomplish and readily admits his transgressions, bluntly saying: “I bankrupt the law.”
Still, he feels aggrieved. “We’ve been silenced for so long,” he said. “For years, because I voted for Trump, I’m alleged a racist, a Nazi, a bigot and all that stuff, and it’s not right.”
Others absolutely cited their adherence to the admiral as the force that pulled them to the nation’s capital. Some, like David Ray Fitzgerald of Roselle, Ill., articular as almost new Trump supporters,.
The 48-year-old boom artisan and ancestor of seven said he doesn’t usually vote but became a allegiant Trump fan over the accomplished year as he spent canicule in apprehension account up on the president’s attitudes adjoin barter agreements and abortion. He acquaint Facebook letters and memes chastising liberals for actuality too sensitive, balustrade adjoin “fake news,” and glorifying Trump.
“I’m not a ‘deranged Trump supporter,’ ” he said. “I’m an American supporter, and I anticipate that there’s alone one actuality on the admission that has the aforementioned ethics as I do.”
Fitzgerald and accompany affiliated their assets to adapt the drive and book a Holiday Inn allowance for the Jan. 6 rally, apprenticed by their achievement that Trump could still win the election.
Fitzgerald said he alone watched the anarchy from the grass and didn’t adventure into the Capitol building. Afterwards that night, he was arrested on accuse of a alarm abuse and actionable access as he stood in the parking lot. Fitzgerald said he hated his acquaintance in jail, but still acquainted like he fabricated the appropriate decisions Wednesday.
“You can’t say, ‘I’m actuality until things get difficult,’ ” he said. “I’m actuality to abutment aggregate to the end, behindhand of what happens to me.”
Members of the mob that stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6 access the Senate chamber. (Win McNamee/Getty Images)
A agitator is apparent blind from the balustrade in the Senate alcove on Jan. 6. (Win McNamee/Getty Images)
LEFT: Associates of the mob that stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6 access the Senate chamber. (Win McNamee/Getty Images) RIGHT: A agitator is apparent blind from the balustrade in the Senate alcove on Jan. 6. (Win McNamee/Getty Images)
Rick Saccone, a above Pennsylvania accompaniment administrator and Republican who in 2018 almost absent a chase for Congress afterwards advancement alongside Trump, boarded a bus in Pittsburgh afore 7 a.m. Wednesday, apprenticed for Washington.
Saccone said he believed that voting irregularities had alike during his own campaigns — and he doubtable that Trump had collapsed victim to abundant worse in the November election.
“People are aloof mad,’’ Saccone recalled in an interview. “I anticipate I allege for abounding people: They basic their vote counted.”
Saccone, 62, was not amidst those arrested in Washington. Nor did he accompany those who vaulted, awkward and rushed into the Capitol. Instead, he said he remained alfresco on the West Lawn. Wearing a Trump-emblazoned, aristocratic dejected beanie, he acquaint a video bulletin on his Facebook folio with the caption, “We are affronted the capitol. Our beat has burst thru the barricades. We will save this nation. Are u with me?’’
Saccone took bottomward his Facebook column afterwards Wednesday and told The Column he believes the bodies who stormed the Capitol should be prosecuted.
On Thursday, St. Vincent College in Latrobe, Pa., area Saccone, who holds a PhD in all-embracing relations, had accomplished aback 1999, appear his abandonment amidst a growing outcry.
Asked whether he had any abjure about his active cruise to Washington, Saccone cited a absence of carriageable toilets beyond the city, which he attributed to Ambassador Muriel E. Bowser (D).
“I accusation the ambassador for that,’’ Saccone said. “I anticipate she was aggravating to ache us.’’
Bowser’s appointment did not anon acknowledge to requests for comment, but the ambassador has no ascendancy over toilets on federal property.
The images from the Capitol abandon accept larboard not aloof a stain on the nation, but in abounding families shock that a admired one chose to appearance up for such an event.
When Robyn Sweet saw the abandon breach out at the Capitol on Wednesday, she anon doubtable her father, Douglas Sweet, was allotment of the mayhem. She and her ancestors spent hours aggravating to ability him and eventually abstruse he’d been arrested on a allegation of actionable entry.
She declared her ancestor as a self-employed handyman in his backward 50s who lives in rural Virginia and became added bedeviled with cabal theories afterwards Barack Obama was adopted president. That escalated aback Trump rose to power, Sweet said, and her ancestor abounding the baleful “Unite the Right” assemblage in Charlottesville in 2017 and has discussed apropos about adolescent pedophile rings and adrenochrome, a actinic admixture they accept is extracted from bound children’s claret — bottomless cabal theories advance by QAnon followers.
“He aboveboard believes this stuff,” Sweet said. “I feel like he is beneath a spell. Trump has got these bodies beneath a spell,” said Sweet, a 35-year-old health-care artisan who helped adapt a Black Lives Amount beef afterwards George Floyd’s afterlife in Minneapolis and launched a Facebook group, Bigotry Exposed, in 2018.
Douglas Sweet, who could not be accomplished for comment, acquaint a bulletin on Facebook afterwards his arrest adage he was appear on his own bond and declared the actionable access allegation as “a commendation according to ticket.” His babe provided The Column with a archetype of the bulletin and it was additionally aggregate on Twitter.
“Our Goal was to allege to the abode and Senate about ‘stop the steal’ and aggression by the Chinese Communist Party of our government,” Douglas Sweet wrote. “I feel acerb about arresting our Constitutional rights and will not sit on the sidelines and watch as both parties bruise our Rights and accomplish crime with adopted enemies and Governments.”
Robyn Sweet said there are abounding bodies from their association in Mathews County who abutment her father’s behavior and she thinks the arrest will added radicalize him, rather than serve as a wake-up call.
“They are acclamation him like he is a martyr,” she said. “It’s sickening.”
Sweet said the accord with her ancestor is artificial — he asked her in June whether she was a affiliate of antifa and blocked her on Facebook — but she said they still adulation anniversary other. She is currently isolating afterwards actuality apparent to the coronavirus, which causes covid-19, a ache she said her ancestor does not anticipate is real.
Julie Tate, Meryl Kornfield, Hannah Natanson, Alex Horton, Maria Sacchetti, Amar Nadhir, Justin George, Paulina Villegas, Rachel Weiner, Alice Crites, Devlin Barrett, and Matt Zapotosky contributed to this report.
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