Who is John Earl Sullivan, the man wearing a Trump hat that stormed the U.S. Capital on January 6th, 2021?
Who is John Earl Sullivan?
John Earl Sullivan goes my many names. This is Twitter page profile:
John Sullivan, 26, the founder of Insurgence USA, a group for racial justice and police reform.
Here is John Sullivan’s website touting him as a “journalist.”
Black Lives Matter Insurrectionist who was arrested over the Capitol riot “incites violence and sparked militia movement” says brother who turned him in: Sullivan’s brother also told the FBI that there were more than 250 ANTIFA and BLM agitators in the… https://t.co/FXsZStNhjx pic.twitter.com/gfCrbXKKRD
— 🇺🇸 GELLER REPORT 🇺🇸 (@PamelaGeller) January 16, 2021
Insurgence USA was started in 2020 in response to the Gorge Floyd tragedy. The lack of care for the human life was unacceptable so we set out to end police brutality. We then set out to empower and uplifting black and indigenous voices. We want to build local powers to enable the community to intervene in violence enacted by the state and government vigilantes. Our mission is the unification of our nation because a people united will never be divided.
We Are The Revolution
Insurgence USA is forming a rainbow coalition to unite all people under one banner to fight for liberation and freedom for all people. How we hope to achieve this is by taking a stance against acts of inhumane violence, discrimination of any form, and political corruption. We are the revolution, lets show them the power of the people united!
On December 28, 2020 Sullivan tweeted this:
— Jayden X (@realjaydenx) December 28, 2020
Clearly Sullivan is not a fan of President Trump nor his supporters. He calls Trump supporters in Utah a terrorist group.
How did Sullivan end up in Washington, D.C. on January 6th wearing a Trump MAGA hat?
John Sullivan, according to the FBI/DOJ, is an anarchist who has been arrested for inciting a riot inside the U.S. Capitol. Evidence shows him agitating the crowd and encouraging violence. Read the FBI arrest warrant UNITED STATES OF AMERICA v. JOHN EARLE SULLIVAN here.
CNN gave Sullivan a platform to falsely accuse Trump supporters in the January 6th Capital Hill violence.