Sergeant Thomas Robertson was fired for walking inside the US Capitol on Jan. 6
Another win for Satan.
Former Virginia Police Sergeant Thomas Robertson was found guilty on Monday of six bogus charges including “impeding law enforcement officers, obstructing an official proceeding, entering and remaining in restricted grounds, and tampering with evidence.”
Sergeant Robertson was fired after a photo of him inside the US Capitol was released online.
Robertson faced trial in Washington DC. He didn’t have a chance in hell in front of those demons.
The former police sergeant walked inside the US Capitol on January 6 and stood around. Democrats will not make sure his life is ruined.
Robertson knew the 2020 election was stolen like the majority of Americans.
A federal jury in Washington, D.C. returned guilty verdicts on all six counts facing Thomas Robertson, a former Virginia police sergeant who participated in the Jan. 6, 2021 Capitol riot.
The charges included impeding law enforcement officers, obstructing an official proceeding, entering and remaining in restricted grounds, and tampering with evidence.
Robertson’s trial took place last week, when jurors heard testimony describing his actions that day. One D.C. Metropolitan police officer described how he and another officer were struck by a stick being wielded by a man prosecutors said was Robertson.
About a month before the attack on the Capitol, Robertson called for “open armed rebellion” in a post online.
A sentencing date has yet to be set.