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US Marine Veteran Micajah Jackson Finishes His 90 Days in Halfway House for Walking Inside US Capitol — But Ginger Gun is STILL ON THE LOOSE!

US veteran Micajah Jackson, who was unconstitutionally persecuted by the US government for his involvement in the Jan 6 protest, was sentenced on Thursday.

Jackson faced charges for “Violent Entry” and “Disorderly Conduct” on Capitol Grounds for walking inside the US Capitol on January 6.  The DOJ charged Micajah with violent entry — something that ONLY happens to Trump supporters.

Micajah Jackson was let inside by police officers along with hundreds of other Trump suppoters. It was a setup and now hundreds of Americans have had their homes raided, their savings depleted and their lives ruined by a corrupt Department of Justice. Too bad Bill Barr did not have the b*lls to do anything about this when he was in charge, huh?

Micajah Jackson pleaded guilty to one charge n November 2021 — parading, demonstrating, or picketing in the Capitol Building.

Marine veteran Micajah Jackson was sentenced to 90 days in a halfway house, 3 years probation, $500 and $1000 fines.
He peacefully walked inside the US Capitol.

** You can donate to Micajah Jackson’s Fund here.
Micajah wants to get a new service dog – he lost his during his incarceration.

DOJ is arguing Micajah Jackson’s statement was crafted to to allow him to say January 6 was a “dark day” while meaning it was dark because protesters were attacked. Argues he’s not remorseful and has built a brand off #CapitolRiot conspiracy theories.

— Jordan Fischer (@JordanOnRecord) March 24, 2022

“I hope, as a former Marine, that you can step back for a moment and recognize what happened,” Judge Moss tells Micajah Jackson. Says he was at the forefront of the crowd and one of the first to enter the Senate Wing doors.

— Jordan Fischer (@JordanOnRecord) March 24, 2022

But the notorious Ginger Gun is still on the loose!

Micajah Jackson confronting “Ginger Gun,” Luke Phillip Robinson,after Jan. 6 in Arizona.

And the FBI is not after him.

Ginger Gun — Luke Phillip Robinson — was the only protester seen with a gun at the US Capitol on January 6. For some reason the FBI is not looking for him and the FBI even ERASED his name and face from their most wanted list!

It’s almost as if Ginger Gun was a federal operative?

In January Micajah confronted Luke Phillip Robinson aka. “Ginger Gun” in Arizona. Robinson was at the Jan 6 protests. He had a firearm and was wearing an earpiece. The FBI later removed him from their most-wanted list.

Via The KFK Report:

This morning I confronted January 6th #343 Ginger Gun aka “Luke Phillip Robinson.”

— TheJFKReport (@TheJFKReport) January 14, 2022

Video 2:

For those of you wondering how Luke Robinson and I are connected. The intro didn’t load. Here’s the intro.

— TheJFKReport (@TheJFKReport) January 14, 2022

This infuriated the US government and the Biden DOJ.

The DOJ wanted Micajah to spend 60 days in prison for walking into the US Capitol on January 6.
Micajah got 90 days in a halfway house, hundreds in fines, and probation.

Meanwhile, “Ginger Gun” is still on the loose.   And the feds want it that way.

Justice is dead in America.

** You can donate to Micajah Jackson’s Fund here.

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