Certain, Kyle Fitzsimons hated immigrants and moved to Maine a number of years in the past to flee “multi-cultural hell holes,” however he wasn’t violent, simply your typical “patriotic” racist Trump supporter.
I assume that is the state of issues in 2021, normalizing racists due to Trump.
And should you’re questioning concerning the blood, Fitzsimons grabbed a police officer and was batoned, receiving six stitches for his “non-violent” protest.
Supply: Bangor Each day Information
Kyle Fitzsimons held racist beliefs and was vocal about his political opinions, however no means expressed a want to be violent towards authorities or the police, in line with two individuals who supplied the FBI with details about the primary Maine resident charged within the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riot.
He additionally instructed state lawmakers in 2018 that he had moved to Maine to flee “multi-cultural hell holes” and that they had been doing nothing as immigrants moved to the area and had been “killing off yankee New England tradition,” in line with a press report from the time.
Fitzsimons, 37, of Lebanon is charged with 4 federal crimes: knowingly coming into or remaining in a restricted constructing or grounds with out lawful authority, violent entry and disorderly conduct on U.S. Capitol grounds, assault on a federal officer and making an attempt to impede regulation enforcement throughout a civil dysfunction. A civil dysfunction will be the obstruction of any “federally protected operate,” together with Congress’ Jan. 6 counting of the electoral votes from November’s election, in line with an FBI affidavit filed in federal courtroom after Fitzsimons’ arrest.
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Of the 21 folks charged with assault for January 6, a minimum of 4 cited Trump’s rally in explaining their actions.
— emptywheel (@emptywheel) February 6, 2021
The day following the Jan. 6 riot on the U.S. Capitol, a Maine man who was injured within the riot joined a city board of selectmen assembly, recounting his expertise.“I used to be there for peace,” Kyle Fitzsimons, 37, of Lebanon instructed his city’s selectmen.https://t.co/XuyH9MgoSU
— NEWS CENTER Maine (@newscentermaine) February 5, 2021