John Bolton admits planning coups d’etat while discussing January 6
A woman who participated in the January 6th attack on the Capitol is upset her name is forever tied to the insurrection when people Google her.
In a recent court filing, Dawn Bancroft's attorney's sought a lesser sentencing citing her compliance with law enforcement, her damaged reputation, and misguided information from former president Donald Trump as reasons for her crime.
"Defense submits to the Court Ms. Bancroft has already been punished in several real and permanent ways" the filing reads. "When Googling her name, she will always be tied to her actions on January 6th."
Among the Google search, Bancroft's attorneys said she has also received threatening calls, letters, and her business has suffered greatly as consequences to her actions.
"Are we actually supposed to feel sorry for the traitors that attacked our Capital on Jan 6? Asking for me." Dave wrote on Twitter.
"FAFO- sounds like she's finally learning that actions have consequences. Learning that her white privilege has limits. But these "problems" are of her own doing and she needs to live with them. Trying to overthrow your govt. is kind of a big deal." A Twitter user said.
\u201c@MacFarlaneNews Gosh, it's almost as though bad acts have consequences. Btw, much of the reason these folks are linked to the J6 events, in GOOGLE, is that they recorded their actions themselves.They thought they were going to win and be heroes of the day.\u201d