April 23, 2024


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MAGA-Pleased Georgia Teen Bruno Cua Billed in Capitol Riots

Federal prosecutors on Monday unsealed charges from a MAGA-loving Georgia teen who allegedly shoved a law enforcement officer to enter the Senate chamber during the Jan. 6 Capitol Riot and inspired his social media followers for times to present up to Washington, D.C., to “fight.”

Bruno Joseph Cua, 18, was arrested Friday and billed with numerous crimes—including assault on a federal officer and civil disorder—for his role in the unparalleled siege. In a prison criticism, prosecutors allege that immediately after encouraging his social media followers for pretty much two weeks to help former President Donald Trump and protest towards the election, the Georgia teen stormed the Capitol.

The Milton, Ga, resident is seen in a number of images and films at the Capitol sporting a MAGA hat and a sweatshirt adorned with an eagle—including a New Yorker video clip exhibiting a slew of rioters combating their way on to the Senate ground.

Cua’s lawyer did not immediately respond to The Each day Beast’s ask for for comment on Monday.