A convicted MAGA rioter, Vitali GossJankowski, is heading to jail ahead of his sentencing — but not before he engaged in a violent outburst during a court hearing on Monday.
So this is what happens when you’re MAGA and stupid. This violence proves the prosecutors points about how violent this man was and how he needed to be jailed. And now he will certainly do much more time than if he just stayed quiet and took his MAGA medicine. Yes, most MAGAs are on medication. Note, how they always claim they can’t get access to their medications when being sent to jail.
Well, this guy will be no different. He will get plenty of chances in prison to fight and defend himself or get punked out. Punked out is more likely, as these MAGA’s don’t get favorable treatment in jail, as they look like they suck it up to the man too much.
At any rate, this guy will do some serious time or at least the Judge will look at serious time for him because he is so violent and special. MAGA’s you see demand to be treated special.
As reported by CBS News’ Scott MacFarlane, 34-year-old MAGA rioter Vitali GossJankowski was in court after prosecutors argued that he should be jailed ahead of his sentencing due to threatening messages he sent to law enforcement officials.
During their presentation, prosecutors showed how GossJankowski publicly revealed the identities and emails of federal agents on his Instagram account and accused them of being “Jewish and ultra-parasitic leftists.”
GossJankowski’s lawyers tried to argue that the messages, which were eventually taken down, were just a “release of steam” that reflected his “strong beef with how he was treated” by law enforcement officials.
United States District Judge Paul Friedman, however, was not buying this explanation and ordered GossJankowski jailed immediately — at which point, writes MacFarlane, GossJankowski began to violently lash out.
“Table is nearly toppled,” MacFarlane writes, describing the scene in the court. “He makes gutteral screams and fights off agents… A computer plunges off defense table in the scrum. Other agents from elsewhere in courthouse run into Judge Friedman’s courtroom to corral GossJankowski, who is huge and strong.”
GossJankowski was eventually contained, however, and was sent directly to a prison in Washington D.C.
According to WUSA9, GossJankowski earlier this year was convicted of “obstructing the joint session of Congress, civil disorder and assaulting a police officer.”
In addition to these charges, GossJankowski was also found guilty of inciting violence and resisting arrest during the incident. Despite his attempts to evade capture, the authorities were able to apprehend him and restore order in the courtroom. The chaotic scene left onlookers stunned and the judge’s courtroom in disarray. As GossJankowski was escorted out of the courthouse, the gravity of his actions and the consequences he now faced became apparent to both him and the spectators.
As GossJankowski exited the courthouse, his head hung low, a stark contrast to his previous defiant demeanor. The weight of his convictions and the impact of his actions on that fateful day weighed heavily upon him. The public outrage towards him was palpable, with spectators casting judgmental glances and whispers of condemnation filling the air. It was a stark reminder of the turmoil and destruction caused by the Capitol riots, and the significant repercussions faced by those involved.
Despite his attempts to evade capture, the authorities were able to apprehend him and restore order in the courtroom. The chaotic scene left onlookers stunned and the judge’s courtroom in disarray. As GossJankowski was escorted out of the courthouse, the gravity of his actions and the consequences he now faced became apparent to both him and the spectators.