MAGA Mob Rioter Complains in Court: “It’s Not Fair!”

The self-described white nationalist who stormed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office and posed for gleeful photos during the Cap
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The self-described white nationalist who stormed House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office and posed for gleeful photos during the Capitol riot doesn’t believe he should be in jail—and he’s had a temper tantrum in court to make his opinion known.

“They’re dragging this out. They’re letting everyone else out,” Richard “Bigo” Barnett yelled during his Thursday court hearing, insisting that “it’s not fair” that he is still in jail while a slew of his fellow rioters have been released pending trial.

“This has been a bunch of crap,” he added.

The 60-year-old Arkansas man is facing several charges, including theft, after posing for an infamous photo in Pelosi’s office and arming himself with a stun gun as a MAGA mob attacked the Capitol while Congress met to certify President-elect Joe Biden’s victory.

Barnett was one of the first of at least 300 people to be arrested for participating in the riots and is among the few to remain in jail.

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