The renowned troublemaker of the Capitol Tim Gionet, better known as Bake Alaska, feels deeply sorry for the actions he has taken in his life. after the former president donald trump released superhero digital cards.
Gionet said he believed Trump’s digital card tactic means he “can’t win” in 2024 and reflected on his own decision to storm the Capitol building on January 6, 2021.
“I can’t believe I’m going to jail for an NFT seller” said Gionet who pleaded guilty to misdemeanor parade, rally or picket inside a Capitol building and faces up to six months in prison.
The MAGA troublemaker was once a major Trump supporter in both of his campaigns, but in this new era he seems to have a better option, that person is rapper Kanye West, now better known as Ye, who has lavished praise on Adolf Hitler and denied the Holocaust.
Tim Gionet years ago was convicted of pepper spraying a man who pulled it out of a bar in Arizona.
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Source: La Opinion