Missing John Sullivan Capital Siege Never-Before-Seen Footage Surface, While The BLM Leader Is Getting “Special” Treatment From Judges

During the impeachment trial lawyers for former President, Donald Trump made a claim that the deadly Jan. 6 Capitol riot was the work of “Antifa.”

A small group who came to engage in violent and menacing behavior hijacked the event for their own purposes. According to publicly available reporting, it is apparent that extremists of various different stripes and political persuasions preplanned and premeditated and attacked on the capitol,” Trump’s lawyer Michael van der Veen said.

“One of the first people arrested was the leader of Antifa. Sadly, he was also among the first to be released.”

The allegation seemed to be a reference to John Earle Sullivan, a Black Lives Matter activist and a local BLM leader in Utah who filmed himself storming the Capitol and egging on rioters.

Sullivan claimed he was an independent journalist documenting historic events but he was seen breaking a window and yelling, “We gotta get this shit burned… it’s our house, motherfuckers!” He was later charged for taking part in the riot.

One internet sleuth found a missing John Sullivan Capital Siege never before seen footage and exposed him.

There was an original video uploaded but it was removed, edited, and uploaded again. Most don’t know this!

Video below:

Look under the top tweet in his thread. There is 2 min 15 seconds extra.

Here is the full uncut video:

Here are the first 44 seconds he edited out:

Here is the next 29-second clip he edited out:

Here is the next 1 minute 11 seconds that Sullivan deleted:


If anyone wants to check which bits he edited out, original upload:

This should be enough to prove that the BLM leader was part of the rioters and he should get the same threaten as the rest of the rioters but instead his judge is giving him special treatment.

A federal magistrate judge has turned down prosecutors’ effort to block a man accused of participating in the Capitol riot from using Twitter and Facebook, but ordered him to end his involvement with a business he founded that the Justice Department says promotes and glorifies violent protests.

The defendant, John Sullivan of Utah, has maintained that he attends raucous demonstrations as a journalist, sharing videos through his Insurgence USA website and social media platforms. Sullivan’s defense attorney even filed invoices with the court showing that CNN and NBC each paid Sullivan’s firm $35,000 last month for rights to video he filmed of chaotic scenes outside and inside the Capitol, including the deadly shooting of protester Ashli Babbitt by a U.S. Capitol Police officer.

However, prosecutors contend that Sullivan is not a mere bystander or chronicler of protests. Instead, they say, he actively encourages violence, telling viewers how to make Molotov cocktails and evade identification by police. He was arrested last month on charges stemming from the Jan. 6 riot, including interfering with police during a civil disorder. Sullivan was later hit with an additional charge: obstruction of Congress.

At a hearing on Tuesday afternoon on Sullivan’s release conditions, Washington-based Magistrate Judge Robin Meriweather split the difference between prosecutors seeking to eliminate Sullivan’s presence on the United States’ most popular social media platforms and a defense lawyer who decried what he said was an assault on his client’s constitutional rights.

“I am rejecting the broader prohibition on Twitter and Facebook and encrypted social media platforms,” Meriweather said, also ordering that Sullivan be taken off of 24-hour location monitoring via GPS.

However, the judge said Sullivan “is to no longer work for Insurgence USA,” will have his internet use monitored by probation officials, and will be banned from using any social media platforms to incite riots, violent protests, armed conflict or violence. He’s also under home detention.

Kathy Sullivan

Sullivan pens a regular column that focuses on corruption within government, cronyism, illegal immigration, and general left-wing malfeasance. Kathy also serves as a leading voice against the establishment within the Republican Party and enthusiastically promotes pro-Trump candidates to battle entrenched moderate incumbents.