Feds Charge Six Members of Constitutional Rights Group with Participating in Capitol Riot

The federal government has charged six additional men for allegedly participating in the U.S. Capitol riot, all of whom are members of the pro-Constitution group, the Oath Keepers.

Graydon Young, 54; Kelly Meggs, 52; and Connie Meggs, 59, were arrested in Florida. Laura Steele, 52, was arrested in Greensboro, N.C. while Sandra Ruth Parker, 62, and Bennie Alvin Parker, 70, were both arrested in Morrow, Ohio. They are being charged with conspiracy and obstruction of an official proceeding, which could be punished with up to 20 years in prison.

“Trump said It’s gonna be wild!!!!!!! It’s gonna be wild!!!!!!! He wants us to make it WILD that’s what he’s saying. He called us all to the Capitol and wants us to make it wild!!! Sir Yes Sir!!! Gentlemen we are heading to DC pack your s***,” Kelly Meggs wrote in a post that is being used against her by prosecutors.

Three other individuals connected to the Oath Keepers have been apprehended and charged. The pro-Constitution group is being demonized as a terrorist entity in the aftermath of the Jan. 6 demonstration that turned violent as attendees determined enough was enough.

Big League Politics has reported about deep state efforts to demonize the Oath Keepers as a terror group so all supporters of the 2nd Amendment can be treated like ISIS militants:

Former Congressman Denver Riggleman of Virginia was booted last year from public office in disgrace for disrespecting his constituents and being a disreputable individual.

Now, he is leading the Big Brother charge to demonize constitutional rights’ supporters in the wake of the U.S. Capitol protests.

Riggleman’s organization, the Network Contagion Research Institute, released a propaganda paper blaming pro-Constitution groups such as the Oathkeepers for the display at the Capitol.

In Riggleman’s report, he lists a series of so-called “hate” groups that he believes were primarily responsible for the violence at the protests. He admitted that the list is not conclusive:

“Proud Boys (White Supremacists)
Oathkeepers (Anti-government)
NSC131 (Neo-Nazi)
New Jersey European Heritage Association (White Supremacists)
Nick Fuentes and “Groyper Army” (Neo-Nazi)
American Nationalist Party (White Supremacists)
American Guard (White Supremacists)”

The Proud Boys organization is led by Enrique Tarrio, a black man of Cuban heritage, so the characterization of them as a group of “white supremacists” is ridiculously and laughably false. Additionally, the Oathkeepers are a pro-Constitution organization that urges government officials to not comply with illegal and unlawful orders against the people. They are on Riggleman’s Big Brother hit list too.

These are the types of groups that Riggleman wants the government to target, profile and punish in a flagrant violation of the 1st Amendment. He points to random posts on social media as “evidence” to promote an Orwellian crackdown against dissidents.

The Oath Keepers are a group that trains law enforcement at all levels not to comply with unconstitutional orders. The fact that they are being targeted by federal authorities shows just how evil the deep state’s agenda truly is.