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Man seen in Pelosi’s office makes first court appearance

Man seen in Pelosi’s office makes first court appearance

The Arkansas man photographed sitting at a desk in House Speaker Pelosi’s office during an attack on the Capitol had his first court appearance Tuesday. The judge ordered Richard Barnett, 60, detained until at least Friday. Barnett was seen sitting in a chair with his foot up on the lawmaker’s desk. Barnett claims he didn’t purposefully enter her office, and ’got pushed in.’

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Jay 1 weeks

Let in by capital police! Has no weapons No rocks No bottles No flames No hidden objects Compare him to the Portland riots, New York looting Chicago murders Where all criminals were released same day ! Any skilled judges with balls? This is a huge crime he committed lol

Charles 1 weeks

Capitol Riot Denial Step one: Blame Antifa/BLM Step two: if they didn't do it, justify the violence.

david dindu
david dindu 1 weeks

Should've been wearing a mask. Protects from covid and cops

Quack 1 weeks


Frank 1 weeks

He's done more for this country at that desk than she has her entire time in office.

Joseph Cribari
Joseph Cribari 1 weeks

Should have at least dropped a deuce on her desk.

Robert_Clearwater 1 weeks

Where are the cashless bail advocates? If a suspected arsonist that was caught lighting fires in Oregon can be released only to start more fires, then why is this man arbitrarily held in jail until Friday?

Patti 1 weeks

Shows he can do the crime but not the punishment.

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