Protester Who Carried Gadsden Flag In Capitol For 30 Minutes On Jan.6 Gets 8 Months Jail

  • Stewart Parks is now looking at eight months in federal prison for, among other things, being in the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021. He is marked by the Left as an “insurrectionist” on a conviction of five federal charges.
  • The 30-year-old Nashville man was sentenced on Wednesday by, according to Parks, a vindictive U.S. district court judge who helped the prosecution work out its case against him in the trial.
  • “I’m shocked,” Parks told The Tennessee Star in an exclusive interview. “The D.C. courts are prejudiced against Christian conservative, pro-Trump, pro-America Republicans.”
  • D.C. Circuit Court Judge Amit P. Mehta, who has presided over several trials related to the January 6 Capitol riots, sentenced Parks to a total of 3 years on misdemeanor trespassing, disorderly conduct, and theft charges, but he will serve his sentence concurrently, reducing his term to eight months behind bars.
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