A single mother of four daughters and volunteer on then-President Donald Trump’s victory campaign was arrested in front of her girls and is now on trial as an “insurrectionist,” for which she could face up to 55 years in prison.
After listening to Trump’s speech on January 6, Victoria White arrived at the Capitol and was caught up in the situation that was spiraling out of control, in the midst of which she tried to stop others from breaking a window because it was contrary to patriotism, she recounted to The Gateway Pundit, April 14.
“I tried to stop those two people from breaking the Capitol window because when we go to see the president, we don’t go there to do stuff like that. That’s not patriotic. We don’t do that,” White said.
This version was recorded in a video cited by the FBI, which states, “an individual who appears to be WHITE (wearing the same red cap and black coat as seen on WHITE’s Facebook page) is seen arguing with other rioters who were attempting to break the glass.”
The Pundit reports White was hit over the head with a baton by an officer. She reprimanded him for his actions, calling it uncalled for. The officer responded by calling her a [b.tch] and hitting her again and again, causing her head to bleed.
The FBI have claimed White was attempting to grab an officer’s shield, however White maintains it was an effort to protect herself and avoid getting hit.
The FBI surrounded her home on April 8 and arrested her in the presence of her daughters. The six crimes she is charged with could add up to 55 years in prison.
Faced with such a difficult legal situation, White needs to hire a lawyer to defend her legally, for which she requires a sum of money that she does not have. For this reason, and to support her family, she started a fundraising campaign.
The charges brought against her by prosecutors from the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Columbia are as follows.
“Knowingly Entering or Remaining in any Restricted Building or Grounds Without Lawful Authority. Disorderly and Disruptive Conduct in a Restricted Building or Grounds. Violent Entry and Disorderly Conduct on Capitol Grounds,” according to the Justice Department’s website.
It also reads, “Parading, Demonstrating, or Picketing in a Capitol Building. Impeding or Attempting to Impede Law Enforcement Officers Performing Official Duties. Obstruction of Justice/Congress.”
It does not appear that their alleged ‘crimes’ are so disturbing as to merit a penalty of such magnitude.
The demonstration and raid on the capitol, which was labeled an ‘insurrection’ and was infiltrated by activists from the Marxist Antifa and Black Lives Matter (BLM) movements, triggered the enforcement of a law created by Democrats to combat alleged ‘domestic terrorism.’
Given that the MAGA movement, which identifies Republican Trump supporters, constitutes the largest opposition force to the Democrats, the action simply translates as an act of criminalization of the opposition, in the worst communist style.